This pictorial text explores the presence of the divine in the mundane in India, through photography and personal stories. It covers the myriad religions represented there, ranging from the obvious - Hinduism and Buddhism - to the esoteric - Zoroastrianism and Jainism.
From a humble postal worker performing puja for the safe passage of a parcel to people who believe they are gods, religion suffuses every aspect of daily life in India. This book explores the presence of the divine in the mundane, through breathtaking photography and the equally intriguing stories of the people involved.
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