NITSAN TAL PHOTOGRAPHY
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In all the pagodas we visited and all over Burma, everybody was alway very friendly and never objected to being photographed.
We were told by the locals that this procession celebrates children's entrance to Buddhism.
Hand made umbrellas.
A monk plating the buddha statue with gold leaf.
Mother washing a child in the market.
Early every morning the Buddhist monks go in a procession to collect food offerings.
The collected food is the monk’s only source of nutrition.
Town’s people wait for the monks every morning with pots of food. It is part of their religious rituals.
Female monks wear pink and don't go on food collections
A small factory for hand made lacquered goods.
Many families from poorer or more rural backgrounds send their sons to be monks as it also means a free education.
Most children between the ages of 7-13 enter the monastery for a few weeks. At the end of that period they can choose to stay as monks.
Bathing in the river.
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