February 6, 2011
… the photos remained in my hard disk for almost six months. I never thought I would be posting them, but SHARING is fun. It just so happened that yours truly’s girlfriend somehow was present during the shooting of Rekha Thapa’s one of the movies. Knowing that how big a fan I am of Rekha Thapa, she (who really can’t stand even a slightest mention of Rekha Thapa) took some photos for me ! How sweet !!!
I mean, well.. umm.. yeah.. Rekha Thapa, I mean.. she is so !!!
February 1, 2011
But of course, religion is business. Probably, the concept of business evolved simultaneously with the origin of religion. Just like in any other business, there are big dogs and small dogs, cunning dogs and brainless dogs.
And, sadly, these are like waiting dogs type. They can never be the “mul-purohit” or “guru pujari” of the temple they work at. I just wonder, do these “street pundits” ever dream about becoming the mul-purohit of the Pashupatinath temple? The biggest dog in the business.
I think they do. I think they resent the fact that some Indian national is holding the biggest post in their business and they curse and they spit and they curse and they go on about waiting on that corner of the temple.
[Photo taken at: Dakchinkali Temple. And, OK, I have to admit. The photo lies. Some 10 or so people swarmed onto these guys right after I took the picture.]