And this is a reason why I enjoy walking to my workplace, be it summer or monsoon 😊…a different lane every day. Came across these three kids shouting their vocal chords out to anyone using the footpath besides their classroom wall. Couldn’t resist but clicked as many pics as I could. And they were more… Continue reading The Backbenchers.
A little girl plays with dough pellets, engrossed in her thoughts. A candid shot which unexpectedly captured a beautiful play of light, color and shade.
Captured at Dawki, Indo-Bangladesh border…where people from both the countries were cautious not to step accidentally onto the other side (there is no man made obstruction, just a stone marking the border). The kids here were totally lost in their own world oblivious to the rest.
Holi, primarily observed in India & Nepal is also known as the festival of colors. Celebrations start on the night before Holi with a Holika-dahan (Bonfire) where people gather, sing, dance. The next morning is a free-for-all carnival of colors, where participants play, chase and color each other with dry powder and colored water, with some carrying… Continue reading Yes, I Should!
Taken at a village in Assam (India) – an attempt to capture the gleeful moment while this little girl is lost in her own world as she happily skips around in the front courtyard of their house. The background is a typical rural setting – houses made of bamboo frames plastered with mud, bamboo fences… Continue reading My Playground My Kingdom