Photographer's Note

In India, Ghts are a series of steps leading down to a water body, usually a holy river.
In Hampi, as well as the very large steps coming down from Virupaksha Temple to Tungabhadra River, they have these inumerable granitic boulders and slabs, which they use to bathe, and to wash themselves and their clothes.
People come at dawn and make a magnificent show with their colourful saris reflecting in the river.
Some WS show more scenes of these morning ablutions.

As we were travelling in a group, we shared our photos after the trip, and I asked Christophe Neveu if I could use his photo on TE, which he agreed to, curious to know what the reactions would be. So, this is HIS COPYRIGHT. Thank you Christophe, and thanks to all TE members who will comment the photo for his benefit.

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