Podcast: A Candle for the Dead

Hear the Story of the Eerie and Mysterious Lake at 16,000 ft. in the Himalayas and the Circumstances Surrounding the Photograph

Rupkund on the Nanda Devi Raj Jat, Garwhal Himalayas

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Rupkund on the Nanda Devi Raj Jat, Garwhal Himalayas
Rupkund on the Nanda Devi Raj Jat, Garwhal Himalayas


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Nick said...

Thanks for reading my blog post. Please let me know what you think. English only please :)

Jahanara Nuri said on

Dear Nick,
I like your photos, they inspired me to write to you.
I am a documentary film maker, a fiction writer, and a Bangladeshi. Do you have videos of these places and rituals relating to The Ganges? that if you permit kindly I would like to use in a film I am making now on – descend of The Ganges Padma through our Delta to the sea and formation of the Mangrove Forest-The Sundarbans-In Bangladesh.
I would appreciate very much your reply.

Jahanara Nuri
Writer-Director
Media Link
moc.liamgnull@irunaranahaj

Debasish Bose said on

Dear Nick, I have rarely seen such sensitivity and connection with the subjects as in your photographs of India. Its so miraculous that you have found the precise moment or situation that truly defines every personality. Each photograph seems to reveal many layers. It is not easy to understand our seemingly malleable or contradictory religious thought, but I think you were accorded an intimate view. There is a sense of sacredness …. Holiness … a rare glimpse of Divine moments in your work. So glad to have stumbled across your website. Best Wishes !

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With Nihangs in Anandpur Sahib, Punjab (<a href="http://dalbirsindia.wordpress.com" target="_blank">Photo by Dalbir Singh</a>)
Nick Fleming and sadhu at dawn on the ghats at Varanasi (<a target="_blank" href="http://dalbirsindia.wordpress.com">Photo by Dalbir Singh</a>)
First light by the Ganges in Varanasi (<a target="_blank" href="http://dalbirsindia.wordpress.com">Photo by Dalbir Singh</a>)
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In the mountains near Kedarnath (<a href="http://dalbirsindia.wordpress.com" target="_blank">Photo by Dalbir Singh</a>)
Nick Fleming photographing a pilgrim on the ghat s at Varanasi (<a target="_blank" href="http://dalbirsindia.wordpress.com">Photo by Dalbir Singh</a>)
Photographing Nihangs of the Baba Bakala Dal (<a href="http://dalbirsindia.wordpress.com" target="_blank">Photo by Dalbir Singh</a>)
Photographing In the garden of an Udasin ashram in Khankal near Hardwar during the Kumbh Mela (<a href="http://dalbirsindia.wordpress.com" target="_blank">Photo by Dalbir Singh</a>)
Gurdwara under construction at Shaeedi Bhag, Anandpur Sahib (<a href="http://dalbirsindia.wordpress.com" target="_blank">Photo by Dalbir Singh</a>)
Near Jammu (<a href="http://dalbirsindia.wordpress.com" target="_blank">Photo by Dalbir Singh</a>)
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