Adolf Hitler gifted King Truibhuvan of Nepal with the 1938 model Mercedes Benz, which was the first car ever seen in Nepal.
My work is about a search, of fireflies. One day a glimpse of childhood memory came to my mind that I used to see fireflies in front of my home.
It was a cloudy day when I ran into a strange, beautiful woman in the countryside of Cambodia. Everyone referred to her as Ahp.
Seeking Moksha is informed by encounters with people who seemed more lost than found in their search for transcendence, as perhaps I was too.
Between Grief and Nothing portrays dystopia caused by the Nepal earthquakes. 2015’s twin Nepal earthquakes killed nearly 9,000 people and affected another 2.8 million.
Sathish Kumar (b.1986) is a photographer based in Chennai, India. Home is an on-going diary.
In India, we make more movies each year than anyone else in the world. Approximately 1500 to 2000 movies are churned out annually across the many regional languages.
What does the end of time look like? Calcutta-based Ronny Sen’s award-winning project on the apocalyptic world of Jharia’s coal mines in India.
My interest in photographing Delhi’s water towers started in 2012 when I began to notice the sheer number of towers dotting the city’s landscape.
Magnum Photos commissioned Sohrab Hura and Raghu Rai to photograph the canonisation of Mother Theresa and her legacy in India.
Kapil Das has 3 of his haphazardly titled and dummied photobooks shortlisted simultaneously for 3 different book awards.
Urur Olcott Kuppam is one of the oldest fishing villages in Chennai. Generations of fisher folk have lived along this seashore, their lives and patterns intricately woven in with that of the sea.
This photo series was shot in an old Blind School in New Delhi, which superficially has enough pathos to make one appreciate and cherish life deeply.
Known for its innate charm and the wooden stilts which resembles an Elephant’s husk, this place is really isolated and the people living here face a lot of challenges in their everyday life.
The book “Prabuddha Dasgupta, 1956–2012” was launched at a retrospective exhibition “Prabuddha Dasgupta: A Journey” at the National Gallery of Modern Art.