Monthly Archives: September 2013

The flowers that live in eternity’s sunrise

These pictures of a tiny bud and its life among other creatures in its near perfect habitat is my ode to the concept of Joy and William Blake‘s beautiful poetry. To see the world in a grain of sand, and … Continue reading

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Ganesha, our cosmic symbol of life and death

For a majority of worshippers it’s not possible to worship the formless. Lord Ganesha, the supreme being Ganpati (the elephant of elephants; the son of beautiful goddess Parvati; the god with a child’s body and an elephant’s head) must follow … Continue reading

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Ganesh Chaturthi in Mumbai: If there is no celebration, there is no worship

The giant street party has begun in the city. Today we mark the first day of the 11 day festival when we worship and hope that the lord will make our wishes come true. Everybody go ‘Ganpati Bappa Morya’ (Lord, … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Unusual POV

The stage is set, the chairs are laid out in the auditorium, just before the show

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In search of an Identity

For me Identity is an enigma. It’s an ongoing search of self with no definite answer. It’s momentary and changes with every task undertaken every minute, every second of the day. These images are a part of a photographic experiment … Continue reading

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