He is a rikshaw pullar at Vrindavan.
They provide easy travel medium which is very effective in the croweded streets of Vrindavan-Mathura. In inner market area cars normally struck in traffic but rikshaws still manage to sneek through.
When I was walking along Goverdhan, there I saw both of them sitting along there.
People in India do respect the Sadhus/Saints, but now days, many are not really Sadhu by nature and they wear the mask of sadhu to make fool of people and have an eye on their money, particularly in Urban areas.
Sadhus normally lives in their own, they dont bother others and lives peaceful life. Real sadhus have vast knowledge (Gyaan). And on time to time provide solutions to general public whenever approached.
Did u notice something strange here.
The place of worship in Sikhism.
Camera: Nikon D80
Exposure: 0.002 sec (1/640)
Focal Length: 18 mm
ISO Speed: 800
This fascinating Mughal Garden is one of the most popular picnic spots. Unlike other Mughal gardens, the seven terraces at Pinjore, instead of ascending, descend into the distance and achieve an almost magical effect.
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This I noticed during my Goverdhan Parikarma at Mathura. A huge Idol of “Shri Hanuman“, famous character from “The Ramayana“. Hanuman and Lord Shiva has most of the temples in India then any other God.
Camera: Nikon D80, Lens : 18-135, Exposure: 0.004 sec (1/250), Aperture: f/8 , Focal Length: 20 mm, ISO Speed: 400, Exposure Bias: 0/6 EV
Camera: Nikon D80, Exposure:0.005 sec (1/200), Aperture:f/5.6, Focal Length: 135 mm, ISO Speed:100.