Kerala is photographed by Jonathan Watts in a style that not many photographers might have attempted - neither with the elephants nor with the coconut trees, not even with the serene backwaters.
Watts has captured Kerala's temples, their architecture and their sculpture in a manner that depicts the Hindu beliefs of victory of good over evil, and showcases gods and men, as well as village revelry through music, dance, make-up and colorful costumes to communicate directly with their gods. It's almost like giving life to the branding 'God's own country'. So this is what they do in ethnographic field missions!
Check out these shots at Alliance Francaise to get a glimpse of Kerala divinity.
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