The City under the Bridge
24th February, 2017
On 31 March 2016, part of the under-construction Vivekananda flyover in the Girish Park of Kolkata, India, collapsed. Twenty seven people were dead and more than eighty were injured in the incident....
Into the fire â€“ Men in Khaki
29th January, 2017
Into the fire â€“ Men in Khaki by Kanishka Mukherji...
Life at Marina Beach
23rd December, 2016
Life at Marina Beach by Mahesh Balasubramanian...
27th November, 2016
There are estimated 10 million children in India who live on a ruthless world of streets. Each day they toil, in hunger, without proper shoes, clothes and shelter and they face predators masquerading as friends. Their life is not easy, yet they are not wi...
The Saga of Sacrifice
18th November, 2016
Muharram is the festival of grief for the Shia Muslims. 12th October 2016 at morning they gathered near Nakhoda Masjid in Kolkata. There were approx 2000 men and women to join a rally with horses. The women were waiting and feeding the horses with milk, s...
7th November, 2016
This is the nascent story of feminism, this is the story that has been embedded in the hearts and minds of several generations of the deep-rooted Bengali culture where we celebrate womanhood. I took the picture during the mandatory "Kumari Puja" ritual...
The Misty Affair
26th October, 2016
I remember when I started photography, it was on a trek to Annapurna Base Camp, and how I got mesmerized with the beauty of the Himalayas and wanted to freeze the moments of the trip. The rays of sun on the snowcapped mountains were breathtaking and I wan...
Afghanistan: The Color Awakens (2015)
15th October, 2016
Afghanistan, having passed more than three decades of war with millions of casualties, is now poised to start a difficult path towards finding political, economical and social stability and security for its people. The generation of middle-aged Afghans, h...
The Un-Cinderella Man
23rd August, 2016
Dreams. What are dreams? Are they only the luxury of the rich man's incorrigible son, who does not have to bother about earning his bread and butter? Or are poor men allowed to have dreams too? And if poor men do have dreams, does society give them a cha...
Flustered by Fire
21st August, 2016
18th May, 2015 turned to be the dooms day for New Market, the busiest market place at the heart of the city of Kolkata, as it got devastated by a rattling rage of fire. Life was shattered into bits. While the firefighters were trying to bring the disastro...