It has been a long time since my last post here in this great forum…
The year passed by was, one of the most challenging both personally and career wise.
Though I tried to make a come back from the long hiatus many a times, I couldn’t.
Finally I broke free, took some bold decisions and feels at peace and confident.
This is the place, from which I get all the support and encouragements and I can’t wait any longer.
Now I feel that, finally I am back, where I truly belong to and eagerly waiting to be in touch with my friends and all the wonderful people here 🙂
Note on the image: I have posted many an images of Theyyam, the ritualistic folk art form of Northern most Kerala earlier. Being from the hearland of Theyyam (Kannur), and in the middle of Theyyam season, I can’t imagine of better image than this for my come back.
You can get lot of information with a google search for ‘Theyyam’, so I am not duplicating it here.
Thank you all for stopping by 🙂
If there is one picture, that could undoubtedly represent the exotic North Kerala, then that should be of “Theyyam“.
Where meager mortals transforms to immortals and bless the devotees with the divine dance.
Let me share this image for this Week’s Photo Challenge
You can have a look at my post Theyyam: The Divine dance from God’s own country for more images.
Let me Reblog my post on “theyyam” which was published in “Life In Russia” yesterday here,
Do you ever get a feeling when you see an amazing picture, maybe a bit of Deja vu, maybe some goosebumps for some unknown reason, that you’ve been there before or the photos you are looking at come from some other worldly place. I knew when I first saw Sreejith’s work that he has an amazing eye. Very few photographers are able to catch the moment with such realism and yet with a bit of mystery. I am so honored to present his work and blog here on “Life in Russia”. You can find more of his work here: Santiago the Shepherd
The Gods in Action
Have you ever got a chance to see gods in action?
They descent to earth, dance to the drum beats and talks to you…
It’s sheer magic that unfolds right in front of your eyes when you are watching a “theyyam” dancer performs.
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