Friday, May 05, 2006

Sewa

On Vaisakhi the Gurudwara was so busy that makeshift facilities had been made to store people’s shoes. Groups of shoes belonging family members were tied together securely with a string prior to being handed in for safekeeping. This gentleman was doing the sewa of tying the shoes together. A fine example of somebody being focused on sewa, calm and unruffled by all the crowds pushing and shoving around him (you can't tell in this picture but there were long queues and lots of people around where he was sitting).

At Majnu Ka Tilla Gurudwara, Delhi on Vaisakhi

3 comments:

Veer said...

good shot msingh ji! and yes, we totally get the picture. and yeah that job isn't for the faint of heart. that country isn't for the faint of hear :) and when they throw a party (mela) then forgedaboudit!

S.K. said...

Great shot and wonderful capture of emotion! Hope you're doing well veer-ji!

Sikhi Seeker said...

Really NICE shot! Great emotional capture, as SK says it :)