2017, Bali. Indonesia
The central theme of this festival is deriving satisfaction through non-sexual pain, devotion and sacrifice.
Who is real – the body that the soul wears, or the soul that the body protects? Ratrish Rajesh Sahais a woman’s soul wrapped in a man’s body.
LIFE, a never-ending journey where every end has a new beginning. Depiction of the flow of life using street signs.
In this project, I took a picture about celebration of cap go meh festival at two different city in West Java, Indonesia. People are so excited and still watched the show
Rapa’i, dance an ethnic dance from Aceh, Indonesia, is characterized by the heavy use of a native tambourine, accompanied by pronounced head and body movements.
I love to see how people reaction if they are alone, i always thinking what are they thinking when they walking alone across the road…
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.
A collection of photos from the moment of live music, not about how the artist doing the show with all his stage action, but how the atmosphere when it is enjoyed.
Reliving my days in the tiny Eastern Himalayan hamlet Tumling which points out the connection between man and nature. Capturing this connection through the landscapes.
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…
The northeastern Indian state Sikkim has a sense of inherent mysticism in it. Capturing the land of pristine places where time passes steadily.
Travelling by Khashuri-Borjomi railway is a trip through places where time passes slowly and a wild but warm fairy-tale atmosphere from the past is still very present.
The life of the homeless in one of the largest cities of Russia - St. Petersburg. What helps for homeless to survive the cold winter and return to normal life.
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.
In my photo diaries, I try keeping records of people's faces, try to catch their moods, and the atmosphere of the places where I find them...
We should help each other, help anyone in distress. The Distress is spread out like a dancer. They was in trance conditions. In Trance condition we were in out of control.
A glimpse in the daily life of the people living along one of the most important river of Bangladesh
The transgenders in Bangladesh, and in other parts of South Asia, are locally known as Hijras. In the West, they are known as hermaphrodites or eunuchs.
How the lack of investments and the ethnic discriminations affect daily life of Kurds in Iran.
There’s no drama / or complicated story behind “My Irish days” photo series. It's just everyday life and people in it.
The project “So far away, yet so close” brings together 7 years of exploration on Morocco.
The aim of this photographic series is to show the plight of these children who are ready to do
anything just to avoid a hard sun.
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 .
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.
My plan is to work on these single mothers and their struggles throughout Bangladesh and India..
Cuba, slowly but certainly changing, still offer a unique experience of how people live without technology and with limited ressources.
Blind youngsters dance their way through disability in Mexico City.
London, UK - Jun-July 2016. “Old is dying and the new cannot be born” - probably this is...
Light, Life and a silent journey, a scenic pleasure. There are times when words cant describe emotions. There are times of serenity. Colors and light fill the space then.
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