The Last Quest of Man

The Last Quest of Man

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“There is an allurement inherrent in subjectivity of thinking.
This leads us to reflect on the interplay of belief and faith.
In its turn, this again comples thought to determine the role of values in seeking a peaceful life.

Varanasi still assures and guarantees peace, the last quest of Man.
Amidst all these contradictory but absorbing facets Varanasi, the Eternal, retains her undying virtue of continuity.
It emanates a message that still lures the sick and the spiirited, the demented and the meditative, the dispaired and the reject, the scholarly and the religious, the idealist and the cynic.

This is why Varanasi still continues to be the most attractive and compulsive ‘must’ in a tourist’s calendar and a pilgrim’s itinerary.
It is simultaneously a retreat for a recluse and a hermit, and a diversion for the eccentric and the pervert.”
(Varanasi redicovered by B. BHattacharya)

This was shot along the Ganges from Nepali ghat .

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