Dog shows in India have a rich and long history; the first show was held in India in 1896 and flourished under the patronage of the British colonial elite.
FOCUS Photography Festival Mumbai opens their second edition from 12th to 26th March 2015.
Dating back to the 16th century, the Jatra is a famous folk theatre form of Bengal, employing dialogue, monologue, songs and instrumental music to tell stories.
The average person may consider a dog show to be a glorified beauty pageant for dogs and on the whole a quirky and rather superfluous affair. In fact most dog shows in India look, sound and smell the same.
When Abba was ill is a book of photographs by Adil Hasan that he shot over six months as he came to terms with his father’s cancer.
Young photographer Sohrab Hura from Delhi was recently made a nominee member by Magnum Photos. But who is this Facebook-less Sohrab guy?
My Mom and Dad were both born in 1985- with me. They were married to each other for two years before that. It was a late marriage.
My story centers around a man Mr. Sandip Karan who loves street dogs and his love knows no bounds, unlike most dog lovers.
Announcing our 14th Photo Essay Asia Finalist in the Invisible Photographer Asia Awards 2013: ALEX MASI, Bhopal Second Disaster.
Announcing our 13th Photo Essay Asia Finalist in the Invisible Photographer Asia Awards 2013: ENRICO FABIAN, Phas Gaya – Being Stuck.
Announcing our 6th Photo Essay Asia Finalist in the Invisible Photographer Asia Awards 2013: CHIARA GOIA, The Secret Circle: Untold Stories of Surrogate Motherhood in India.
We are proud to announce the 1st Finalist in the Invisible Photographer Asia Photo Book Awards 2013: SUDHARAK OLWE, IN SEARCH OF DIGNITY AND JUSTICE – The Untold Story of Conservancy Workers.
These images are the incidental by-product of an attempt at studying the universe that is the Aligarh Muslim University; an attempt at exploring the town, and getting to know the students here.
Focusing on education for women in India. Despite all these efforts, surprisingly, a large number of girls still remain outside the education system.
Beneath Jharia, a remote region of eastern India, lie dozens of massive underground fires, forever threatening the lives and health of the nearly half a million people who live above.