The small town of Pushkar in Rajasthan has a special mystic magnetism for devout Hindus, camel traders and tourists. 11 kilometers from Ajmer, on the other side of the rugged Snake Mountain, the town nestles against a holy lake, which in Hindu mythology is said to have appeared when the Lord of Creation, Brahma, dropped a blue lotus flower. In fact, in Sanskrit ‘Pushkar’ means ‘blue lotus flower’. Full of temples and ghats, including one of the very few Brahma temples in the world, and the only one in India, the......

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Cryptik – art essay

The Cryptik Movement is dedicated to helping humanity evolve towards greater awareness and understanding through public art. The purpose of the Movement is to facilitate the development of a deeper, more meaningful philosophy of...

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