Category: Photography

My photography collection

Happy World Heart Day

Grateful to have a heart that still beats. It’s been a decade long journey together, my heart and I, fighting this fatal disorder. Best part is, we never gave up on each other. We have this wonderful understanding, an unspoken language, a symbiotic relationship with each other. It tells me when to stop; and I…

World Heart Day

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Goan Paav

If Europe has so much to speak of its veritable bread, we Indians have a humble answer of our own – the versatile Paav. This was taken in the ever busy Madgaon Market of South Goa. It’s a given to lose oneself in the labyrinthine market, considering the massive shopping options, but the aroma of…

Bread of goa

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Rhythm House, Mumbai

A city that was… RHYTHM HOUSE – practically every music lover of Mumbai must have visited this iconic haven of CDs, DVDs, even when Cassettes were prevalent, at least once, before it made way for fashion. I’m glad to have captured this legend from erstwhile Mumbai, one of those architectural wonders from bygone era, that…

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Whispers

I believe in whispers of angels, I believe in signs from the seas, The answers I’ve been seeking so long, Are somewhere deep inside of me…

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Twinkle Twinkle Big Star

There’s something about Autumn! Something magical, fairy-tale like. Streets nap underneath the shriveled leaves, the air is crisp and fresh, the surroundings are decked in some kind of special colours, those that were being worked on laboriously for the rest of the year. And the hypnotic scent of burnt wood.. that’s the best. When everything…

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Dahi Handi At My Mom’s

This was the exact same spot I’d stand along with a bunch of friends and watch young boys of our complex make a human pyramid. Amongst all that laughter and cheers and many many attempts of crashing and rising and crashing again, they’d manage to reach the top and finally break the handi. What a…

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