The God is omnipresent and we mortals muse in the way we worship the supreme power. We express our devotion in different ways, some of them visit the Church, some Mosques, some temples while others simply go into the act of deep introspection to feel the presence of the divine.
The art and the architecture are the part of religion since ages; people allocate all their energy and creativity to build exotic monuments, statues, temples, etc.
Since every religion has its art, the representatives of the every religion who are called saints, sadhus or priests differentiate themselves in the way they outline their clothing or do their hair style.
Omar Reda, a photographer on his visit to Nepal and Bhutan, was captivated by the Hindu Holy men, the way they paint their faces. This practice is called Tilak on the forehead, which is the place of the third eye or the eye of wisdom.
He has captured a lot of pictures and posted on his Instagram account, here is the compilation of such pictures. Have a look!
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