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Vaari of pandharpur

By prathamesh.shewale
Camera

Canon EOS 60D

Lens

EF-S18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS II

ISO

100

Aperture

f 3.5

Shutter Speed

1/500 sec

Exposure Compensation

0 EV

Pandharpur Wari or Wari pronounced vaaree, is an annual pilgrimage (yatra) to the town of Pandharpur, which is the seat of Hindu God Vithoba in the Indian state of Maharashtra, in honour of the deity. Palakhis (palanquin processions) carrying the paduka (foot prints) of the deity and various saints, most notably Dnyaneshwar and Tukaram from the Warkari sect, are taken from their respective shrines to Pandharpur. Warkari is a Marathi term which means "one who performs the Wari" or "one who venerates the Vithoba". The tradition is more than 700 to 800 years old.

prathamesh.shewale

Photographer | Engineer | traveller | cinematographer