Photo Essays

The Way We Are

The Way We Are

By Prashant Panjiar 0

Footnotes to a career in photojournalism. Prashant Panjiar captures the everyday and the unusual in an incidental documentation of “being Indian”

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The Mahatma’s Shadow

The Mahatma’s Shadow

By Kanu Gandhi 0

Kanu Gandhi shot some of the most iconic images that exist of his famous relative. A recent book by the Nazar Foundation aims to give the photographer his posthumous due

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Frost at Midnight

Frost at Midnight

by Abhijeet Singh 0

Abhijeet Singh shoots the Himalayas in their starlit glory

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When the Party’s Over

When the Party’s Over

by Dhruv Malhotra 1

Dhruv Malhotra captures the ephemerality of some of the biggest events of our lives

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Ripple Effect

Ripple Effect

By Arvind Hoon 0

Arvind Hoon records the many moods of the Dal Lake in a new book

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Spirit Mountains

Spirit Mountains

Ian Lockwood 1

Ian Lockwood captures the ethereal beauty of south India’s own cloud forests, the threatened shola

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Of No Fixed Address

Of No Fixed Address

IQ Magazine 0

Photojournalist Saibal Das travelled with circus people for a year to capture their difficult lives

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Mansions at Dusk

Mansions at Dusk

Clare Arni 5

The old homes of coastal Karnataka are reminders of another era, finds Clare Arni. But social changes have endangered their existence

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Beyond Orientalism

Beyond Orientalism

Aude de Tocqueville 0

French photographer and artist Constant-Georges Gasté captured India with warmth and immediacy, more than a century ago, explains Aude de Tocqueville

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Keepers of the Light

Keepers of the Light

Ramesh Menon 1

Ramesh Menon describes the strange history and changing present of South Asia's lighthouses

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