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My Quest for Spirituality at the Holy Lake of Pushkar

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“If religion were true, its followers would not try to bludgeon their young into an artificial conformity; but would merely insist on their unbending quest for truth, irrespective of artificial backgrounds or practical consequences.” 

~ H. P. Lovecraft

I have never been a religious person. I never go to the temples to worship or to pray. However, I am not an atheist either. I believe in God my own way. My quest for spirituality has always been focused towards nature. I find the divinity in the unspoiled beauty of nature. But a few years ago, during my stay in Pushkar, a small town in Rajasthan, I felt that spiritual connection right at the Holy Lake of Pushkar.

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It was a spectacular sunset by the lake. Standing on the ghats (steps) of the lake, hearing the sound of temple bells, watching the orange fireball sinking into the horizon, the temple structures fading into the twilight, and the silhouettes of the birds ‘contemplating’ amidst the still waters (perhaps, they were still in search of food…   🙂  ), I felt eternity in those magical moments.

Published in response to The Daily Post Photo Challenge: Quest.

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18 thoughts on “My Quest for Spirituality at the Holy Lake of Pushkar

    1. 😀 … I didn’t know about the author. I loved the quote and used it in my post.. I am glad you liked my entry for the challenge. And thank you for sharing this lovely post of yours…really enjoyed it.

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