People in India, find it important to participate in the different chapters of the political arena, where an apparent mode of democratic value is preached and emphasized throughout. There lies the confluence of passion and impulse. There lies their Pathetic Fallacy in politics.
India is not a land of a homogeneous community. Therefore, the political situation here offers diversified agendas catering to one or a mix of these groups, based on Popular culture…language, religion, caste, and ethnicity. In the great framework of unity in diversity, the various range of political involvement includes a broad arena of activities through which people develop and express their opinions on the world and how it is governed and try to take part in and shape the decisions that decide their
People in India, cannot but participate in the supreme act of deciding their fate, their future, their life. For them, it transcends the barrier of participation, through the manifestation of their will power, their determination, and devotion.
About Kaushik Dutta
A B.Sc Zoology student forms a small village of Howrah, for me, it was not an easy task to choose my career in Photography. My journey of Photography begins when I went to pursue a diploma in Primary Teachers Training course despite my reluctance. That time I bought a smartphone and started taking pictures of some of the landscape of my locality to spend my boredom and the Interest of Photography grown up in my mind. I brought my first camera Fujifilm hs28exr form my pocket money about 3 years ago.
Then I seriously started my photographic journey. At first, it was very difficult for me, because my family doesn’t support me for photography. But it gives me pleasure so I continued it. In photography, Streets’ and Peoples’ activities and raw emotions attract my lot, so I started to observe them and capture those moments. After that, I shifted into Photojournalism. In photography goner, I like most Street and daily life. Now I am working as a freelancer Photojournalist of a Bengali daily newspaper.
- Selected as top 6 Photographers in Youth Climate Conclave 2020
- ACEF Youth Photographer of the year 2019
- 1st Runner Up in London Street Photography Festival (U-21) 2018
- Finalist of HIPA Awards 2017
- Exhibited in Kolkata International Photography Festival
- Exhibited in AUW Photo carnival
- Exhibited in ISA MONSTRA, Exhibited in Retro Kolkata online exhibition.
- Published in Ei Somoy, Ganashakti, Uttarbanga Sambad Newspapers, Indian Photo Arts Magazine, Photofie.com, 121clicks.com, Photographic Mercadillo, Natgeo Community and many more.
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