I am now in Delhi. I am now closer to the Himalayas rather than the Western Ghats.
METROPOLIS: The Urban Winter Festival of Guwahati
Earlier this month, I passed through Rajasthan with stops at Jodhpur and Jaipur and then I travelled to Dharamshala and then moved to Chamba and finally climbed up the majestic Sach Pass.
Although Durga Puja is mostly a festival of Eastern India, smaller scale celebrations can be found in most places in India, generally organized by Bengali communities living in the respective locations.
Despite the unfamiliarity, I must say that there is a certain allure associated with Latin American nations. These postcards from Costa Rica verify that.
I was just wandering on the streets when I realized that tomorrow is Ganesh Chaturthi. The realization would not have been so delayed and subdued
The hinterlands in Assam are all about rivers and paddy fields. So, that is what I bring you today.
Last month I made a short one day trip to Pondicherry. It was ill planned and ill timed.
The combination of rain, streetlights and struggling passersby was comparatively compelling.
This is a special post on the forthcoming 38th Karbi Youth Festival.
NONE of these photographs are mine. I’m doing this post as a
So, eventually I decided to capture Bangalore as it is, the branded city complete with the lonely Ronald McDonald, the Oreo diving into milk and a shapely derriere personifying capitalist lust.