Naga Sadhu covered by ashes at Kumbh Mela - Stock image

Haridwar, India, Indian Subcontinent, Dreadlocks, Ganges River

Naga Sadhu covered by ashes at Kumbh Mela royalty-free stock photo
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Haridwar, India - March 14, 2010: Naga Sadhu covered by ashes at Kumbh Mela. Sadhus are sanyasi, or renunciates, who have left behind all material attachments and live in caves, forests and temples all over India and Nepal. A Sadhu(Holy Man) is usually referred to as Baba by common people. There are naked( Naga) Sadhus who wear their hair in thick dreadlocks and are covered by ashes. Sadhus gather from all regions in India at the Kumbh Mela which is a major Hindu festival that takes place every 3 years.

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