Rasa Yatra: A Pilgrimage Into The Heart Of India by Param P. TomanecRasa Yatra: A Pilgrimage Into The Heart Of India by Param P. Tomanec

Rasa Yatra: A Pilgrimage Into The Heart Of India

byParam P. Tomanec

Paperback | March 18, 2016

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A panorama of ethereal images with an innate spirituality that evokes a sublime, blissful experience engages one as we encounters Param Tomanec's Rasa Yatra photographs. With their focus on eternity, rather than a momentary reality, his photos offer an inner journey, a pilgrimage beyond the obvious and the physical or bodily towards the meditative, spiritual, and blissful: sat-chit-ananda. About fifty carefully framed photographs and an art film in the collection feature some amazing portraits of people, pilgrims, and priests beside pristine sites, in engaging situations, or behind the scenes. Various primeval landscapes, sacred mountains, incessant waterfalls, and flowing holy rivers (some illuminated in moonlight or star light), live performances, temples, celebrations, and festivities that connect people with nature all figure in his work. Contents: Foreword - Sushma K. Bahl; Preface - Martin Gurvich; Essays - Joshua M. Greene; Image as Pilgrimage - Silke Lange; Portraits of Sacred Place; Photography Collection; Photography & Location Notes; Biography; Acknowledgments.
Turning away from a promising career in the commercial film and advertisement industries, at eighteen years of age Param Tomanec embarked on a journey of rediscovery. This call to adventure led him to a joining a spiritual yoga ashram of Krishna tradition, north of London in 1997. While based in the monastic community, Param worked on ...
Title:Rasa Yatra: A Pilgrimage Into The Heart Of IndiaFormat:PaperbackDimensions:136 pages, 9.7 × 8.29 × 0.47 inPublished:March 18, 2016Publisher:Niyogi BooksLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9383098740

ISBN - 13:9789383098743

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