Shawala Temple, by Jabbar Jamil

This temple is a symbol of Hindu ethnic population, who before partition of Indian Subcontinent used to pray here, offer services an commemorate Diwali, holi and dosahra with family. Now This has turned into ruins, but it is one of the remaining Hindu temples in Sialkot City. I photographed it from a low angle to get the better perspective.

Shawala Temple, by Jabbar Jamil

Veho K Series | Exposure 1/120sec @ f/2.7 | ISO 174 | Focal Length 5mm
Shawala Temple, by Jabbar Jamil

Award Winner: Photo of the Day | October 02
Award Score: 58 (Value 11, Clarity 11, Composition 14, Style 11, Skill 11)
Photo of the Day Award Category: Architectural Photography
Photograph Location: Sialkot, Pakistan

Photographer: Jabbar Jamil (Sialkot, Pakistan) Registered
Jabbar Jamil is a street photographer based in Sialkot. Street photography gives him opportunity to leave his comfort zone and connect with the outside world; it allows him to make more connections than photographs. Photography to him is a means to express his creativity and at the same time a great stress buster. He photographs what he sees and what he see is not always beautiful.

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