sausthab

sausthab

Lives in India Kolkata, India
Works as a Service
Joined on Apr 19, 2012
About me:

A Passionate Photographer

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  • Submitted a challenge entry A Rose Bud
    The rose itself is a nice flower and one of my favorite also the Beautiful Color always bring a smile to me .
    Placed 83rd in the challenge. The rose itself is a nice flower and one of my favorite also the Beautiful Color always bring a smile to me .
  • Submitted a challenge entry The Shiva Temple
    The 26 Shiva Temples situated at Kharadaha , West Bengal , at outskirt of Kolkata , India, is arround 350 year old temples at the bank of river Ganges. The temples are recently declared as heritage by Archaeological Survey of India.
    Placed 36th in the challenge. The 26 Shiva Temples situated at Kharadaha , West Bengal , at outskirt of Kolkata , India, is arround 350 year old temples at the bank of river Ganges. The temples are recently declared as heritage by Archaeological Survey of India.
  • Submitted a challenge entry A sweet Bee
    I was taking for flower macro shots , suddenly i see him thru to come .. waited and took the shot.
    Placed 56th in the challenge. I was taking for flower macro shots , suddenly i see him thru to come .. waited and took the shot.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Curves
    Two Boats , one is standing at the sea side when another was made ready for voyage.
    Placed 86th in the challenge. Two Boats , one is standing at the sea side when another was made ready for voyage.
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  • Submitted a challenge entry Bells
    During the festive season in West Bengal , The interior of a Pandal of Goddess Jagadhatri in Chandannagar , Hooghly.
    Placed 1st in the challenge. During the festive season in West Bengal , The interior of a Pandal of Goddess Jagadhatri in Chandannagar , Hooghly.
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  • Submitted a challenge entry The Potter Mania
    In potter's studio the heads are kept.
    Placed 119th in the challenge. In potter's studio the heads are kept.
  • Submitted a challenge entry IMG_0099_DPR
    A Lady Of Gaudia Sampradaya ( CLASS ) . In the Gaudiya Vaishnava sampradaya the tilak is usually made out of mud from Vrindavan. The main tilak is basically identical to the Madhva tilak. The slight difference arose due to the emphasis on the chanting (japa and kirtan) in the Gaudiya tradition[2]. In Chaitanya Mahaprabhu's line, chanting is given as the essential devotional (bhakti) activity to be performed in Kali yuga in preference to fire sacrifices. As such, the black line made from the ash of the fire sacrifice is not included. The second difference arose due to Chaitanya Mahaprabhu's process of approaching Krishna. In the Gaudiya line devotees generally approach Radha and Krishna through a servant such as Tulsidevi. To indicate this, the red dot representing Radha is replaced with a tulsi leaf offered at the base of Krishna's feet. In Gaudiya belief only through the mercy of Tulsi (or another pure devotee) can pure devotion to Radha & Krishna or Krishna & Balarama be awakened.
    Placed 14th in the challenge. A Lady Of Gaudia Sampradaya ( CLASS ) . In the Gaudiya Vaishnava sampradaya the tilak is usually made out of mud from Vrindavan. The main tilak is basically identical to the Madhva tilak. The slight difference arose due to the emphasis on the chanting (japa and kirtan) in the Gaudiya tradition[2]. In Chaitanya Mahaprabhu's line, chanting is given as the essential devotional (bhakti) activity to be performed in Kali yuga in preference to fire sacrifices. As such, the black line made from the ash of the fire sacrifice is not included. The second difference arose due to Chaitanya Mahaprabhu's process of approaching Krishna. In the Gaudiya line devotees generally approach Radha and Krishna through a servant such as Tulsidevi. To indicate this, the red dot representing Radha is replaced with a tulsi leaf offered at the base of Krishna's feet. In Gaudiya belief only through the mercy of Tulsi (or another pure devotee) can pure devotion to Radha & Krishna or Krishna & Balarama be awakened.
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