Interesting People and Places Worldwide
Meet some lovely people who make this such a great event.
People of all faiths and ethnic backgrounds demonstrate against Israel’s genocide in Gaza.
Holi is celebrated with much fervour at Vrindavan, the birthplace of Lord Krishna.
Holy week starts on Palm Sunday (Domingo de Ramos) and finishes on Holy Saturday (Sabado Santo).
The day after the Holi Festival ends throughout India the pilgrims at Baldev go crazy and get very red and wet!
Pilgrims, Ritual Bathing, Processions and the Naga Babas at the largest religious gathering on our planet.
On a Sunday and Monday in August it’s Party time on the streets of London when the Caribbean community let go!
Gitanos (Gypsies) gather on a mountain top in the Sierras de Cordoba in Spain to worship the Virgin Mary.
In August Punks gather in Blackpool on the north west coast of England for three days of music and dancing.
On a Sunday in October Judges and Barristers of the Western Circuit attend a service in Winchester Cathedral.
For centuries people have gathered at Stonehenge in Wiltshire, England to see in the longest day of the year.
Hindu people of India flock to Haridwar for the largest religious gathering on our planet.
RPS Associate Panel. Images captured in Nepal at the Hindu Shivratri Festival at Pashupatinath near Kathmandu.
Every year in Sussex UK wonderful, crazy folk throw themselves into the sea for charitable causes.
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