My after-monsoon drive

Hello friends, I had fantastic drive from Bangalore to my native place Kumta . It was not intended to be a photography tour but I knew I will always find some opportunity to shoot. I expected some rain but it...

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Talk on Folk Practices of Karnataka

Inviting you all on this Sunday 7th September at Thalam  for 4th “Koota” gathering. I will be talking about my ongoing adventure of documenting unique folk practices and culture of Karnataka . Thanks to Darter and Thalam for this great...

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The cartoonist from Kundapur: Satish Acharya

Believe me , if I am on internet , there was never a day without reading /watching cartoons of this amazingly talented cartoonist Satish Acharya . His cartoons  are something you start your day with like a cup of tea...

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The Spirit of Kabaddi

I realized I am late by a week after seeing no rains at all in Kumta. Sun was shining bright and puffy clouds floating all over the sky. So with a slightly disappointed mood myself and my friend Sudheer drove...

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Face-to-Face:Pencil Jam at NGMA

Cloudy Sunday morning in Bangalore would have been most boring if not Dinesh Francis invited for a pencil jamming session at NGMA. When I  reached there  were already many artists  busy with their art work. Dinesh came over and  before...

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Savanadurga: fine art black and whites

Trust me , a long gap of not shooting landscape  and resulting  longing desire to shoot one  does produce some amazing results. Thanks to Arun of Darter.in and his friends Prasad and Niranj who took me on a lazy Sunday...

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Face-to-Face: Kasturakka

  People who are frequent to Agumbe always stay in the Doaddamane where  Shankarnag’s classic serial from R K Narayan’s novel adaptation ” Malgudi days” has been shot. And if they stay there they will never forget the amazing host...

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Rajasthan:Buying a camel

Buying a new camel is not easy business ! Selecting first is the most difficult phase and then moving the camel to their new location is even more difficult unlike the case of cattle. When we visited Bikaner’s camel research...

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