Varanasi, India

Collection by Insight Travels

Insight Travels
Manikarnika Ghat (Main Hindu Creamation Ghat) in Varanasi (Benares) - 1952 Basic Sketching, Watercolor City, Watercolour, Shiva Shankar, Indian Architecture, Indian Art Paintings, India Tour, Hindu Temple, Pictures To Paint

Manikarnika Ghat (Main Hindu Creamation Ghat) in Varanasi (Benares) - 1952

Historical Rare Vintage Old Photographs and Videos of Indian Sub-Continent. (India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bhutan)

Busy morning - Varanasi Rishikesh, Sai Baba, Varanasi, The Other Side, Ganesha, Pilgrims, India, River, Hinduism

Busy morning - Varanasi

In mid december, a whole town of pilgrims took birth on the other side of the river, facing Benares. 10 000 people - all from Sai Baba ashram in Maharastra. For a while and more than usual, the bank of Ganga became the place to be. I used to hang around there every morning. Too beautiful really, blessing be upon pilgrims... From left to right : Scindhya ghat, with the trishaped yellow roof over the white structure. Bhonsale ghat (right in the middle), and Ganesha ghat. View on black…

Resting sadhu  Varanasi, India Rachel Carson, Varanasi, Bradley Mountain, Messenger Bag, Mystery, Spirituality, Rest, Around The Worlds, India

Resting sadhu

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Pilgrim  Varanasi, India 1997


It is with great excitement that we announce our name change from John Cleary Gallery to Catherine Couturier Gallery. In the last four years, the gallery has evolved to embrace both that which John Cleary and I both loved (mid-century French street photography and portraits of children, to name two) and more contemporary art that was always my area of expertise. The range of work represented is broader, and my eye is apparent on every wall and in every bin. It is now very much Catherine…