Tag : Indian Photographer

Indian Children Photography By Bibin Thottungal

Childhood Delights: A Glimpse Through 30 Captivating Photos By Bibin Thottungal

Meet Bibin Thottungal, a celebrated artist hailing from India, whose love for conceptual art permeates every frame he captures. From the intricacies of weddings to the spontaneous world of children, his photographs evoke a sense of wonder akin to scenes from a cinematic masterpiece. Today, we invite you to immerse…

People’s Silhouettes And Stories During Sunset

Photographer Krutik Thakur Captures People’s Silhouettes And Stories During Sunset

From an early age, I had a passion for photography, envisioning it as a lifelong hobby regardless of my future career path. As the years passed, my love for photography grew, and I delved deeper into the art form. However, the onset of the pandemic limited my shooting locations to…

Bull Race Festival In Kerala By Ajayan Kavungal Anat

Man, Mud And Animal: Bull Race Festival In Kerala By Ajayan Kavungal Anat

The images are from the traditional Kaalapootu (Bull Surfing ) held mostly in villages in North Kerala. The race takes place during the post-harvest season in August and lasts from noon until dusk. In southern Kerala, these events are held under the name “Maramadi”. Though the events are held in…

Finding Family in Unlikely Companions: Inspirational Journey of Sundar Rajbangshi

Finding Family in Unlikely Companions: Inspirational Journey of Sundar Rajbangshi

In a quaint village nestled amidst the lush greenery, not far from the bustling city of Kolkata, lived an 80-year-old man named Sundar Rajbongshit. Despite his age, Sundar possessed a radiant energy that defied time. He had spent a significant portion of his life working tirelessly, first in a private…

Indian Street Photography By Goutam Maiti

My Personal Best: Indian Street Photographer Goutam Maiti

In my opinion, a photograph should generally convey a story or prompt the viewer’s interpretation. My photos strive to contain elements of interest and surprise, contrasts and similarities, and idiosyncrasies amidst colors, textures, and patterns of life. Street photography, to me, goes beyond simply capturing pictures of people and scenes…

Indian Street Photography By Konark Basu

My Personal Best: Indian Street & Travel Photographer Konark Basu

I believe photography is the best language inherent to every human being. One can not read a book written in German, Spanish or Russian, without knowing these languages. But one can easily read a photograph taken by a German, Spanish, or Russian photographer. That is why I think photography is…

Widow Holi In Vrindavan: Beautiful Photo Story By Tanusree Mitra

Widows of Vrindavan celebrate Holi during a function organized by SULABH HOPE FOUNDATION, at Gopinath Temple in Vrindavan. Memorable occasions for thousands of windows who earlier faced humiliation. Since early morning, a large number of widows living in various shelter homes started gathering at the Gopinath Mandir and Preparing petals…

Colors Of Kolkata by Deepbrata Dutta

Photographer Deepbrata Dutta Beautifully Captured The Colorful Streets Of Kolkata

In this photo series, I have tried to show the colors of Kolkata through my eyes. My pictures are based on light and shadow, the colorful streets of Kolkata, and street silhouettes. Silhouettes with the colorful background are always eye-catching in my opinion. My Gear: #1 #2 #3 #4 #5…

Keya Sengupta Photography

My Personal Best: Indian Photographer Keya Sengupta

Prior to 2012, Keya Sengupta did not have any special interest in photography. However, it all changed after her visit to Rajasthan in the year 2012. When she saw the natural beauty of Rajasthan as well as the architectural grandeur of the palaces and forts there, she felt that not…

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…

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