The Desert State – Colours of Rajasthan

The Ajmer Dargah

After a long wait our 10 day break started and me and the wife flew up to Udaipur via Mumbai. We were on a whirlwind […]

Bangalore Help Portrait 2010. A Humbling Experience

Athos, Porthos, Aramis and D'artagnon

On the morning of the 4th, a group of over 50 photographers assembled together at 7:30AM at the Samarthanam School for the disabled, visually impaired and underprivileged.

Serving God


Recently at my house a group of Shiva Devotees conducted a Pradosha Pooja. Now all those of you who know me, know that I am […]

Portraits of a Bride


In continuation to my previous post on Prathima & Ramesh’s wedding, I was curious to see how a wedding pans out by watching the expressions/ […]

Prathima & Ramesh’s Wedding


Prathima, my second cousin in her classic style decided to get married to an ex colleague of hers, Ramesh, in Bangalore, on the 22nd of August […]

Ella, Sri Lanka

The dog and the Shadows

You may have seen my previous post about Henschel 784, a locomotive I had the good fortune to ride in, in the central hills of […]



A photograph I had taken of a labourer in City Market a couple of months ago was recently published in the August 14th Issue of […]

Henschel’s Story

Henschel pulls into Ella

Riding the train from Ella to Hapathule in the mountains of Central Sri Lanka, I was lucky enough to be invited by Mr. Chandradasa, the […]

World Wide Photowalk 2010

Hide and Seek

This picture  of a priest outside his temple featured on this post is the defining photograph of this photowalk for me . While walking it […]

Just Another Image


Sometimes, certain images don’t fit into a specific category. They just belong

8th International Jawa Yezdi Day, Bangalore, India

So Many Bikes... where do I begin

Ok… so I left home heading towards the Kanteerava Stadium at about 7:00 to see the promised 400 Jawa/ Yezdis congregate as a celebration of […]

A Brief Slice of Heaven

A Long way Travelled

Laughter of many little children as they darted around us, the shy smiles as we walked about with our SLRs clicking away at anything that […]