The Daily Post invites bloggers to participate in weekly photo challenges by prompting ideas with a single word or thought. This week’s challenge is ‘habit‘. Something that becomes customary, an everyday something which might appear mundane but sometimes behind that act, there might lie a lot of meaning and depth.
At the Dargah of the Sufi saint Hazrat Nizamuddin in Delhi, pilgrims have made it a habit to tie prayer-strings to the trellis surrounding the tombs of the holy men buried there. You can read more about the Dargah here, here and here. The word ‘habit’ invoked in me the memory of the innumerable prayer-threads I have noticed on my visits. A regular custom, but one of deep devotion, of hope that prayers will be answered, of faith that someone is listening…
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Thank you, glad you like it!
I most certainly did 🙂
Hi Gaurab, Thanks for sharing the link to this blog on yours!
A place which always provides me with a deep sense of spiritual satisfaction!!
Spiritual indeed. Thanks for your comment!
Thank you so much 🙂