My Spirit in Bedse

Remember my post on "Bedse — A 2300 Year Old Buddhist Monument Created by Samrat Ashok"? If you read through the comments there, you'll find that I invited all of you around the world to visit this wonderful place; whenever you visit India, do contact me; I'll take you to Bedse. Yesterday, I took first 2 visitor friends too much interested in feeling Bedse. Me and my wife took them to Bedse and couldn't believe what we were seeing — just when we entered the main cave, we saw my own spirit sitting there, meditating!!! I didn't know that my soul liked the place so much during my previous visit that it left itself there! You don't believe, do you? I knew you won't. So I took a photograph of the spirit, and am publishing it here. People say that they can't take photographs of the ghosts, spirits, etc. But that's not right; I did took my own spirit's photograph. Here it is. Please scroll down…

Bhavesh Chhatbar's spirit in Bedse

Oh! You got scared, right? Don't worry, it's just a photo trick I did yesterday when I took the 2 friends out there.

Believe me, that place is so spiritual! Even though this photo is just a trick, when you visit the place, you really get a deep spiritual feeling. You feel as if you are 2300 years back and holy souls are around you.

47 comments :

  1. I'm sure the monument would be inspiring to visit -- but I wouldn't expect to see actual spirits!
    Great photo trick! It really looks believable.

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  2. That's right Janie, there may not be actual spirits out there. But the place is too much spiritual :)

    Thanks for the appreciation :)

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  3. I can well imagine the aura about this place Bhavesh - a place I'd really like to visit and meditate in.

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  4. This foto, in one look, bring a scary feeling! :)

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  5. j'adore cet effet, j'ai fait le même en jouant juste sur le temps de pose.

    I love this, I did the same just by playing on the exposure time.

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  6. Nice blog focusing on the lighter side of life mostly. That's cool.

    Thank you for taking the time to visit and leave a comment at my blog.

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  7. Yes Olivier, I liked your that post — La Gare Routiere #1

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  8. Hi T and S,

    Lighter side of the life keeps lives happier. This is the reason I like to spread laughter instead of tension-topics.

    Your blog is a true masterpiece.

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  9. Maybe you should look around and forget the photo tricks.

    Thanks for your visit and comment.

    Since you are talking about ghosts, I might say that that I am working on a blog that contains my interests recorded in one of my journals from 1977. The last couple of stories is about ghosts and guides and ideas. Nobody has the links yet as I have not given them out.

    Thanks again.

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  10. Thank you Pat and Abe.

    I just visited your Pat and Abe, which is interesting.

    Perhaps, you can share your 1977 journal with me and the other inspired bloggers around.

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  11. Great idea for this shot! And yes, oyster-farming is one of the most important activity in the Morbihan Gulf. Thank you for visiting and taking the time to let comments, highly appreciated.

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  12. Thanks Alice.

    Well, it must be a very unique experience for the oyster-farmers out there. Have you personally seen it getting done?

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  13. I've followed the link to follow the whole visit of Bedse. It's an impressive monument. Pleased to watch all the details of the building, since you're a talented photographer.
    It's amazing knowing that such splendid masterpiece is built under the ground ! These huge stairs seems to lead nowhere. And, suddenly, the entrance in the past.
    Who could imagine that 2300 years ago, men built such monument. Ilove how you bring us all these details of the cut stone.
    I can imagine that when we visit this place, a piece of our soul stays on the premises.
    Thanks for the tour and for your comment.

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  14. Sounds like you had a vision. A good one too.

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  15. Nice shot , i like the trick ;)

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  16. You really do love this place..and how kind to offer the tour. It's stunning to look at.
    The photo trick is very convincing..

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  17. My pleasure Catherine! :) The caves are on the mid of a mountain, carved on a big natural rock formation.

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  18. It's very easy Babzy. Thanks :)

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  19. Nice trick with that ghost ;-))

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  20. This is a fantastic shot! I just love how you've worked the photo, it's perfect. Well done!

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  21. It would feel strange to meet a sight like that one.

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  22. I can believe that your soul would yearn to stay there. You made me laugh when I scrolled down and saw that the photo was a trick. :)

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  23. hahaha

    You are too cute, Bhavesh
    literally my heart came to my mouth when I saw the photo...i am in company of ghosts...but to see them photographed is scary :))

    wishes,
    devika

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  24. This one has that ghostly feel to it. Very well done. I like the way you capture the surrounding for this image.

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  25. Yes hpy, quite strange I found it when I saw it :)

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  26. So truly expressed tantra flower :) Thanks.

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  27. I'm glad I scared you devika.

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  28. Thank you so much roentarre. I can now believe that I did it perfectly :)

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  29. Wonderful and heck what's real or not..To me this is real. I love it.

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  30. I hereby nominate you for the Lemonade Award! Details are on my blog.

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  31. Thank you for your believing Sandy :)

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  32. Hi Janie,

    Thank you so much for the Lemonade Award!! I have created a post on it. I read your post where you have awarded me. Thank you so much for the good words :)

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  33. That's a funny idea - looks so real too! I followed the link to look at the whole site - fantastic photos, you can practically feel the calm and serenity of the place radiating out from them.

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  34. I'm feeling so appreciated J. Thanks :)

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  35. How generous of you to offer your friendship as a guide. Great photo too!

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  36. So it is with places much prayed in.
    A wonderful post you created here.

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  37. Thank you Dina. I hope you visited the link to the full post on Bedse — Bedse — A 2300 Year Old Buddhist Monument Created by Samrat Ashok

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  38. I don't think it's scary at all. It's peaceful to me.
    Thanks for visiting me blog :)

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  39. It's indeed peaceful, and you got it right Suz :)

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  40. I agree with Suz, peaceful and fascinating.

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