At any point of time, only one Abhnag is sung in while dindi. You might like to read the previous posts This post is written by Saurabh Chatterjee. Its an event not less in magnitude than the kumbh mela i am sure. It was extremely hot. Most of the dindi members know all the abhang but the newcomers carry the small book while walking. You can read my post from the next year here. We did not have any advance booking and were struggling to find a place to stay.
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Pandharpur Wari – A Journey of Faith
Where there is demand, there is supply. These people took a break from singing having ice creams to cool them.
However, the current tradition of carrying the paduka sandals of the saints in a palkhi was started by the youngest son of Sant Tukaram, Narayan Maharaj, in They looked like Lambadis but were speaking Marathi. The later two are particularly attended by devotees from neighbouring Karnataka.
Palakhis palanquin processions carrying the paduka foot prints of various saints – most notably Dnyaneshwar and Tukaram – from the Varkari Warkari, “one who performs the Wari” sect which venerates Vithobaare taken from their respective shrines to Pandharpur. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. These persons have a special status in the dindi and whole management is driven by them.
Foot loose and fancy free The tradition of carrying the paduka sandals of the sants was started by the youngest son of TukaramNarayan Maharaj, in Views Read Edit View history. You are commenting using your Twitter account.
This post is written by Saurabh Chatterjee. There are various views on the origins of the Wari. Retrieved from ” https: We met these tribal people with very different attire not sure where they were from. Pandharpur Palkhi, Maharashtra, India Warkari dressed as Hanuman at Pandharpur Palkhi, Maharashtra India Warkari dressed as Hanuman at Pandharpur Palkhi, Maharashtra India Pilgrims performing fugadi dance, pandharpur Yatra ; Maharashtra, india Pilgrims performing fugadi dance, pandharpur Yatra, Maharashtra, india Pilgrims performing fugadi dance, pandharpur Yatra, Maharashtra, india Pilgrims performing fugadi dance, pandharpur Yatra ; Maharashtra, india Pilgrims or warkari pouring water.
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They are generally villagers, old only by age not by spirit. At present a total of 43 Palkhis including the above two visit Pandharpur village every year. Along with the Dindi palakhi procession, service seva to the poor and needy, like Amrut Kalash annadana – donation of foodNarayan sevamedical help and building and repairing of rural infrastructure, is done.
I always love shooting people as they add to the flavour of a place. View in large for better ‘feel’. Taken on sunday morning. Varkari making the pilgrimage to Pandharpur carry the palkhis palanquins of the saints from their places of samadhi pandharour or “spiritual birth”.
In course of time, this tradition is becoming popular day by day. To make the best use of morning time which is the golden hour for photographerswe decided to reach late and stay at Pandharpur rather than staying at Solapur. Further changes were brought in by Haibatraobuwa and descendents of Sant Tukaram in the s.
Even groups of doctors and people from the IT walk for some distance with the Palkhi They walk with palkhis chariots carrying paduka sandals of the saints pandahrpur sacred songs. The ocean of people heading towards Pandharpur. The doctors do take care of the members who have got infected or become weak during travel due to walking.