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Holy Men of Varanasi

The Holy Men of Varanasi: documentary about their extreme practices and acts of self-denial

Vijay Nund performing morning rituals in the Ganges River, the most sacred river in Hinduism. Varanasi, India ("Holy Men" Personal Series) Joey L. - NYC-based Photographer and Director

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LAL BABA by Joey L. When he was young, Lal Baba’s parents arranged a marriage for him. Uncertain about his future, he ran away from home in Bihar Siwan and took up the lifelong task of becoming a sadhu.

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Baba Vijay Nund outside his ashram on the banks of the Ganges River. Varanasi, India © Joey L

A Hindu devotee holds a ritual to the Sun King in the Ganges River

Ganges River - 'The Offering' in the sacred and pure river. This man is praying in the holy waters of India. This river is one of the holy hindu rivers specified for worship

Brooklyn-based photographer Joey L’s portraits feature religious ascetics from around the world. Here is an example of a wandering monk from Varanasi, the holiest of the seven sacred cities in Hinduism. The subjects are men who have renounced all earthly possessions in their pursuit of spiritual liberation.

India "Holy men"from Varanasi. "Lal Baba has dreadlocks several meters long, which have been growing for over 40 years. To Sadhus, dreadlocks are a sign of Renunciation & a life Dedicated to Spirituality.