Srilanka - Devil Dance
We Were privileged to see A Srilankan Devil dance. Where performers vigorously dance wearing Elaborate costumes and colorful devil masks. The "Devil Dances" are an attempt to respond to the common belief that certain ailments are caused by unseen hands and that they should be chased away for the patient to get cured. If an individual or a family is not doing well, the village-folk believe that it's because that person or the family is being harassed by unseen hands. A 'thovil' ceremony is the answer.This photo was shot on film. Taken by pushkar with a Canon A2e loaded with Lucky Super 200 (35mm) film in Unawatuna, Sri Lanka. These tags describe this photo: muliple-exposure, sea, paradise, paradise., lazy, chilled, chilled-out, idyllic, baeach, holiday, annual, dec, 2010, galle, unawatuna, xray, xrayed, dubai, pushkar, island, sri, lanka, srilanka, vacation, life, beach, ॐ, and pushkar.. This photo can also be found in the album srilanka - devil dance - galle fair.