Goa, shrines, photography and controversy

There is still scope for discussion about what should be the rules for photography within a religious shrine, and outside a religious shrine (but within its property). I can understand the ire of those who feel they are being reduced to a spectacle when their intention might be to run a house for prayer. Besides, there can be a far detailed discussion on principles of photographing persons, as I realised while searching for some other views on this subject. Centre for Media Literacy has this page “Photo Ethics: Aim High When You Shoot” which raises issues about how people should … Continue reading Goa, shrines, photography and controversy