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Behind the Scenes of the Biggest Hindu Gathering of Kumbh...

Behind the Scenes of the Biggest Hindu Gathering of Kumbh Mela

Photographs by @tomer_ifrah

The photographer Tomer Ifrah mingled with one of the largest
religious gatherings in the world : The Hindu rally called Kumbh Mela in India. The photographer chose to shoot behind the scenes at the vigil , and the fervour of the fallout day. Especially stunning is the grain and mood of the photographs, which is provided by the low light sources captured by his lens.

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