Monday, October 25, 2021

A Tribute to Auteur Satyajit Ray on His 99th Birth Anniversary

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Remembering Satyajit Ray on his 99th birth anniversary | Satyajit Ray ( 2 May 1921 – 23 April 1992)

Walking through the Lanes of Nostalgia

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VISUAL ANTHROPOLOGY The Daryaganj Sunday book market in Old Delhi is one where all book lovers should go. It is a market that stretches along the long footpath alongside the main road and boasts of books of all varieties from- medical and engineering guide books and sample papers, dictionaries, story and drawing books for children, travel and cookery books to fiction and non-fiction titles for all generations. Kavya Thomas and Kabir

IN Pictures | Saudi-led Coalition Airstrike in Yemen Kills Dozens of Children

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IN PICTURES In a recent Saudi-led Coalition Airstrike in Yemen Kills Dozens, many of them are children. With a deep sense of pain we are sharing a few images. 

Rabindranath Tagore’s 159th birth anniversary: A walk through his paintings

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On Rabindranath Tagore's 159th birth anniversary, here is a walk through some of his painting.

Finding Ganesha in the Potter’s Lane

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VISUAL ANTHROPOLOGY On the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi we take our readers on a journey to one of the numerous potters’ lanes in the capital where the artist’s labour and creative agency bridge together to unfold a transformative and inspiring reality of existence.

Photo Esaay : Walking Through Uttarakhand Mountains By Shruti Jain

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  Walking Through Uttarakhand Mountains The majestic beauty of Uttrakhand inspires each moment yet because of ruthless developmental logic its landscape is undergoing change. Here is a revealing picture of the times asking us to pause and contemplate. Shruti Jain is a research Scholar at JNU and working on environmental movements. The beauty of mountain paths is that they are not straight and...

Gandhi in his Lighter Moments

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Gandhi is the iconic symbol of peace, on-violence and communal brotherhood. On his birth anniversary we pay tribute to the man whose humility and simplicity have continued to inspire many genrations.

Photo | How Bulbul Cyclone Affected the Lives of Ordinary People

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    The cyclone Bulbul has truly battered the state of West Bengal and brought about the deaths of 10 people and affected more than 4.5 lakh people.       

The Continual Play of Learning and Unlearning

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Travelling gives us the insight to climb the mountains, and cross the rivers within. The photo essay emanates from this moment of awakening in a Himalayan hamlet. The Himalayan landscape is a treasure of wonders; each moment comes alive with the unique play of light and shadow, sunshine and rain. As the traveller proceeds on her journey, she is both amazed...

The Struggle of Indian Masses is Inseparable from the Glory of the Tricolor

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VISUAL ANTHROPOLOGY On the occasion of independence day, we are sharing a creatively curated photo-essay with  series of penetrating images for our readers.