This is a waterfall downstream from the River of a Thousand Lingas. Although the trek to the top wasn't hard the heat definitely took some of the wind out of our sails and when we hiked back along the river we stopped to cleanse ourselves in the holy waters of the river. It was refreshing and, blessed by the holy waters, we clamored down the mountain with a little more spring in our steps.
What's interesting is that the linga carvings under the water. They are carved into the bedrock over which the river flows so, while not readily apparent, it is quite interesting and the work has held up better than I would have expected given the constant erosion by the swift moving water.
Canon 1D X, Canon 24-70/f2.8L Mark II
24mm, f22, merged layers of 0.3, 0.6, and 1.3 sec @ 100 ISO