Tag:travel photography

People of Kashmir

“Agar firdaus bar roo- e zameen ast,Hameen ast- o hameen ast- o hameen ast” Kashmir is one of those magical places that I could travel to, time and again and yet not lose the charm. It had been on my bucket list for as long as I can remember. Pretty much since school days, when I first learnt the quote by Amir Khusrau, on Kashmir which translates to “If there is a paradise on earth, It is this, it is […]

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Life on Dal Lake

Life as we experienced, in Dal Lake

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Amritsar in a day

What I did in Amritsar in a day.

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Shimla – A winter getaway

A Winter Getaway

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Behind the Lens – 1

Being a photographer mostly consists of me talking to clients, finding out their requirements, doing my research, shooting and finally post-processing and delivering the photos. If I’m hired as a candid wedding photographer, it is my job to get to know the couple by either spending some time with them or over calls and take photos of them, which tell their story. But in creating and capturing beautiful memories for others, it can make you forget about yourself, and your […]

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Banaras – The Ghats

I was lucky enough to get a chance to visit the sacred city of Banaras on a wedding photography assignment and extended my stay for a day to explore the city. It was one of the most liberating experiences of my life. From the early morning boat ride to catch the sunrise, walking by the ghats from one end to another, watching people doing puja, dips in the Ganga, final rituals, the sadhus, children playing, sound of bells and chanting, the […]

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Kolkata – The city of Joy

Ever since I’ve taken up photography, I see the world in picture perfect frames that are imprinted in my mind. I strive to capture the essence of the place, culture, people and food, in a way that it transports the viewer. All these travel photographs are shot on my personal trips to my hometown, Kolkata. Kolkata or Calcutta, the capital of West Bengal is also known as the intellectual and cultural capital of India. It was the trading post and […]

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