Ganga Aarti

Ganga aarti - the worship of Mother Ganga. In one of the holiest cities of Hinduism and one of the oldest still inhabited cities of the world, in The City of Life: Kashi, -or with its other name Benares (Varanasi)- every evening after sunset young Brahmins (Hindu priest) gather on the river bank to perform their ancient rituals. Rituals that link us back to the spirit of Nature, that personify the eternal flow of the river, and transform it into the hope for the past, the present, and the future generations. The basic elements of fire, holy water, flowers, smoke , movements, chanting, all unveil our common root with the embracing universe, and lead us beyond reasoning. And, in spite all the commercialisation of modern age, in the grace of the Brahmins' movements there it lays indeed the hidden wisdom of the thousands of years. Feel it...

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