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On the 3rd day, I stared my journey downwards from Dharamshala. I halted at Kangra, land of the Kangra Devi temple. The temperature was soaring at 35 degrees when I reached here at 11 in the morning. While taking a few shots of the temple, I sat behind a pillar of a sub-temple within the same premises. The thing I liked about the shot is it's 3 different elements, the sacred tree where people offer their prayers by tying chunris, the main temple's backside and the sub-temple's pillar. The shot looked beautiful because of the beautiful architecture combined with shaded sunlight courtesy the dense tree.

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On the 3rd day, I stared my journey downwards from Dharamshala. I halted at Kangra, land of the Kangra Devi temple. The temperature was soaring at 35 degrees when I reached here at 11 in the morning. While taking a few shots of the temple, I sat behind a pillar of a sub-temple within the same premises. The thing I liked about the shot is it's 3 different elements, the sacred tree where people offer their prayers by tying chunris, the main temple's backside and the sub-temple's pillar. The shot looked beautiful because of the beautiful architecture combined with shaded sunlight courtesy the dense tree.

Tags: temple, kangra, nomad, travel, architecture

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