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Gaffar Manzil, New Delhi, India - April 2017. Introducing Jamil bhai and Bulbul.

A Touch of Humanity

These photos reveal a journey of an ordinary underprivileged man and his extraordinary heart. A father of six, a thief who takes care of 35 street dogs of his colony.

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How can a memory last forever, 11/07/2014, New Delhi.

Home

These photos represent the place where I have been living since 17 years, the place that I call my home. Each and every corner of my home…

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Tsomgo Lake,Sikkim, India - November 2016. The ethereally beautiful Tsomgo Lake is situated 38 km from Gangtok and at an altitude of 12,400 ft.

Sikkim – The land of mystic beauty

The northeastern Indian state Sikkim has a sense of inherent mysticism in it. Capturing the land of pristine places where time passes steadily.

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Wonderland

Wonderland is the world of how you see it and what you want in it. It’s full of surprises and nothing is ever as it seems.

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Malegaon, Maharastra- India.  2nd September 2016.  Daily life going about in a lane near Mushaweerat Chowk, one of the blast sites of September 2006.

False Terrorism – Malegaon Edition

In India there are scores of Muslim men who are falsely implicated in terror charges and put behind bars for crimes they haven’t committed.

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Pondycherry, India- December 2016. Fishing boats and nets in the Serenity beach.

Sit back and relax… its Pondy

This is a short travel report of my recent visit to Pondicherry. This narrative will help guide those who wants a very short stay in Pondy.

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Kolkata, India - July 2016

Filmy Reality

I started this to capture the contrast between the film posters that dominate the streets with its all radiant glory and between those who live on streets.

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A women got separated from her family, see was seeking help in and Social welfare organization

Separating relations, uniting humanity

Gangasagar is infamously known for it’s stampede due to overcrowding during ‘Makar Sankranti’ days. It is regarded as the second most largest fair in India.

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Dunlop's Sahaganj Estate March, 2015 - The Thorny Reality of a Past Glory

The Sorry Saga of a Past Glory

The Sorry Saga of a Past Glory – The Plight of Asia’s First Tyre Factory Estate, Dunlop, Sahaganj, Hooghly

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Fragmented Memories & Dispersed Desires

This series is an attempt to unearth the multi-faceted, layered, and submerged signifiers associated with the perceptivity of my unconscious amidst varied contexts.

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