Photo Essays

The Palaces of Memory

The Palaces of Memory

By Stuart Freedman 2

An iconic café in Delhi seems emblematic of an idea that appears to be fading. But for photographer Stuart Freedman the coffee house as an institution remains relevant even in unsentimental new India

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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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