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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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Aftermath. Kolkata,India(December 2016)

Another Sombre Christmas

Another Sombre Christmas is one of my personal narratives adopting a poetic and non-linear style of storytelling through photographs alone.

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Tabo,Himachal Pradesh-June 2015.Sanskrit is being taught at Serkong School.

May His Tribe Increase

This is the story of the sorry plight of a residential school for tribal children of a remote area of Himachal Pradesh.The school is run by the ancient Tabo Monastery.

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For Religion; Kolkata, India - Oct 2016

The Bleeding Heart

The entire month of Muharram is considered as sacred during which fighting is strictly prohibited. First ten days of this festival is called as the period of mourning.

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untitled, Delhi, November

Another Love

Another Love is a visual and intimate representation of wanting to be never separated. It is about change and adapting to it after something new.

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Around the months of September and October each year, as the ten days of Dussera near, boys and men in the region of Karnataka known as Dakshin Kannada prepare to become tigers.

Stripes on body

Hulivesha is art dying art form from Mangalore in Karnataka, this documentary work from 3 years is an attempt to show the art form which is rich cultural heritage .

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KOLKATA, INDIA - December 2014

Alopecia Areata

This is a Documentation of my physical and mental changes throughout the years i have suffered with Alopecia Areata. Only through my camera I could accept myself as i am.

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KOLKATA, INDIA - 2015; ending: The death bed that is generally prepared by using pine wood is used to take the body for  cremation.

Death in the family

Death is the inevitable and unavoidable conclusion to life. This series is reflective of the moods after a death in my family.

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kolkata,India- September 11, 2016. Asish warming up before rehearsal sessions

Center Stage – chronicle of silent verse

“Not all have the gift of the gab. Some speak the language of the heart”. This is exactly what I came across sitting on the dance studio in Decker’s lane,

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