TITLE: "Vikrum "
Pushkar, India: The Pushkar Camel Fair takes place during the holy days of the Hindu month of Kartik. During this time, many make a pilgrimage to Pushkar to worship at the temples and bathe in the holy lake in order to wash away residue from undesirable karma. Not only does Pushkar become a pilgrimage pulse-point but it also becomes a place for commerce as many come to trade and sell camels, horses and other live-stock.
AUTHOR: Michelle Ayer (United States)
Michelle Ayer grew up in the Bay Area, California and London, England. At the University of Arizona, she majored in studio art with emphasis in photography. After several years of work and travel, she pursued a master’s in art history at Syracuse University in Florence where she has spent the last three years studying and working as a teaching assistant. In Italy, she now works part time at the Museo del Duomo (using art as a way to facilitate learning English) and as an English teacher. In her free time, she likes to cook, read, travel and photograph.
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