I took this photo a few weeks ago when I was forcing myself to only use my 70-200mm lens for a while. I find that constraining my lens options is a great way to really 'get to know' a lens. Even one you've had for a while! The 70-200mm is well known for its great subject separation at f2.8, but what I'm really enjoying is it's narrower angle of view when compared to my 50mm. ⠀⠀ Español:⠀⠀ Me he estado forzando a usar solo mi lente de 70-200mm por un tiempo. Me parece que restringir las opciones de mi lente es una excelente manera de "conocer" una lente. Incluso uno que has tenido por un tiempo! El 70-200 mm es bien conocido por su gran separación de sujetos en f2.8, pero lo que realmente disfruto es su ángulo de visión más estrecho en comparación con mis 50 mm. ¡Envíame un mensaje para reservas privadas o de grupos!
It is believed that the ritual of Chhath puja may date back to the ancient Vedic texts, as the Rigveda contains hymns worshiping the Sun god and describes similar rituals. The rituals also find reference in the Sanskrit epicpoem Mahābhārata in which Draupadi is depicted as observing similar rites. The Goddess who is worshipped during the famous Chhath Puja is known as Chhathi Maiya. Chhathi Maiya is known as Usha in the Vedas. She is believed to be the beloved younger wife of Surya, the sun god. In mithilanchal region she is also worshipped as name of "RANA MAI ". This is the only festival which signifies both the rising and setting sun.