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Dussehra At Kulasai Mutharamman Temple By Avra Ghosh

Dussehra Festival At Kulasai Mutharamman Temple: Photo Series By Avra Ghosh

A unique grand Dussehra festival is celebrated at Kulasekharapatnam (Kulasai), a remote coastal village near Tiruchendur town in Thoothukudi district of Tamil Nadu. A 300 years old Mutharamman temple resides in the village where a massive Dussehra celebration takes place every year. The presiding deity of the temple is a…

Haldi Festival By Rahul Machigar

Haldi Festival: Photo Series By Rahul Machigar

The Vittal Birdev Annual Yatra, something that is not heard of, is celebrated at Pattan Kodoli village in Kolhapur district of Maharashtra attended by thousands of devotees coming from Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Maharashtra between 17th and 24th of October. The festival is celebrated to offer prayers to the community…

Kolkata Pride Walk: Rainbows Are Never Straight By Siddhartha Paul

A pride parade is an outdoor event celebrating lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and all the sexual identities and orientations in an order to celebrate social and self-acceptance, achievements, legal rights, pride and other legal values. June is considered as the ‘Pride Month’ remembering the historic Stonewall Riots. The very first…

Life Of Jaggery Workers, Photo Story By Vedant Kulkarni

Life Of Jaggery Workers, Photo Story By Vedant Kulkarni

Kolhapur is a historical city in the state of Maharashtra and has a rich food culture. I have lived in this city for the last 20 years. My photography started in this city. While working on other photography topics in Kolhapur, I had the opportunity to work on jaggery, an…

Lost Village Of Pottery: Photo Series By Indian Photographer Vedant Kulkarni

Lost Village Of Pottery: Photo Series By Indian Photographer Vedant Kulkarni

Pottery in Indian Villages presents a wonderful amalgamation of concept, design, and execution. There are many villages in India that are famous for producing extraordinary pottery products. The Indians are experts in molding clay with their hands to form various things of daily utility, toys, and deities of worship since…

The Analog Man: Photo Series By Somanjan Ponda

The Analog Man: Photo Series By Somanjan Ponda

94 years old Shantinath Bannerjee, from the suburban town Belgharia, India, after completing an instrument technician course from the Benaras Hindu University, joined Omega Watch Company as a technician. Gradually, analog camera repairing became his arena of affection. Shantinath made miniature polishing, grinding, and lathe machines by his own for…

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