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2013-2014 – Hampi – Karnataka2013-2014 – Hampi – Karnataka

Paradiso degli hippies, oggi who Knows… (chi lo sa)

La cucina era il cuore di queste piccole abitazioni, collocate tra meravigliosi templi. All’interno di queste piccole cucine, altarini, divinità e foto di antenati vicino al piano di cottura, parlavano di tradizioni e memorie indiane ma di etnie diverse.

Gokarna – workshop photogalleryGokarna – workshop photogallery

Sacro e profano insieme come in altre città sacre. E’ una sensazione indefinibile che avvolge e affascina.
Bramini bianchi e arancioni, seriosi e panciuti che corrono freneticamente da un tempio all’altro per fare le “puja” chiedendo in cambio rupie.
Gli imponenti carri sacri in legno scolpiti che stazionano nel centro della città in attesa del festival dedicato a Shiva.

Rajastani Girls – Silvia Fiore Bernardi – individual workshop photogallery

They are without shoes and walk in the hot road, Rajasthani girls are full of color, liquid eyes
as pure water, they ask us a pass to go to the Calangute, a village 7 miles, we stop ….
From that moment, born a meeting sweet and full of stories, Silvia Fiore, meet them again
later…They are without shoes and walk in the hot road, Rajasthani girls are full of color, liquid eyes
as pure water, they ask us a pass to go to the Calangute, a village 7 miles, we stop ….
From that moment, born a meeting sweet and full of stories, Silvia Fiore, meet them again
later…

Saundatti: the goddess of all – Silvia Fiore Bernardi – individual workshop photogallery

They come from everywhere, in any way, carrying everything. The full moon of Yellamma refers millions of Pilgrims to Saundatti, a small village in Karnataka. It‘s an ancient ritual, tribal, magic, where water, fire, plants and hair, become the symbolic vehicle of purification and transformation of themselves…They come from everywhere, in any way, carrying everything. The full moon of Yellamma refers millions of Pilgrims to Saundatti, a small village in Karnataka. It‘s an ancient ritual, tribal, magic, where water, fire, plants and hair, become the symbolic vehicle of purification and transformation of themselves…