The Woman with Tattoos – A photographic project to demystify her By Sanjukta Basu A search for the ‘self’ behind the tattoo, to demystify the identity of a woman with tattoos. To break the stereotypes against her. In July 2017 I toured five Indian Metro cities to find women with tattoos. I met around 15 women ofContinue reading “Women With Tattoos – Be A Part Of This Incredible Photography Project”
Barsana and Nandgaon are two neighbouring villages or town near Mathura in the sate of Uttar Pradesh, India. City of Mathura has a massive historical and religious significance in India for being the birthplace of Hindu mythological figure Shri Krishna. Shri Krishna unarguably is the most popular of all Hindu Gods with Lord Shiva beingContinue reading “20 Stunning Images of Barsana Nandgaon ki Lathmar Holi”
Mohd Aamir lost 14 prime years of his life in jail, his dreams aspirations destroyed because he was a Muslim. Yashpal lost his only son because he was a Hindu who fell in love with a Muslim girl.
Founded by Arvind Gaur, the Asmita Theatre Group is a 25 year old street and protest theater group. The group performs socially relevant theaters to register protest, raise social awareness. In it’s long history the group has never produced or performed commercial plays, though the artists are professional and doing this for a living, the cause stillContinue reading “Asmita Theater Group Performed in Sonepat”
This photo documentary was first published on Firstpost Karwan E Mohabbat Reveals The Patterns Leading To Making Of The Hindusthan Envisioned By RSS Guru M S Golwalkar, by Sanjukta Basu “Humne sabar kar liya (I made peace),” said an old and fragile Jafruddin Hassan with tears around the corner of his eyes, his trembling handsContinue reading “Karwan E Mohabbat Reveals How RSS Guru Golwalkar’s Hindusthan Is In The Making”
Not In My Name, a peaceful non-violence Artistic event to protest against the growing incidence of cow vigilantism which has cost several innocent Muslim lives recently. Over thousands of middle class citizens across 14 cities in India and five cities outside India, including London, Boston and Karachi came together to make one loud message heard,Continue reading “Not In My Name, Jantar Mantar, Delhi: In Photos”
I visited Jantar Mantar to witness the event as a feminist and a critique. Some fine points through these images.
Note: Photos which have no watermark are by Google India Team. A group of English medium journalists and urban social media influencer from cities like Mumbai and Delhi sitting in a mud hut, in a remote area of Patahensal, Purulia, West Bengal. They are surrounded by a curious rural crowd consisting mostly of children andContinue reading “Photo Blog: A Day With Google Internet Saathi in Purulia, West Bengal”
Established in 1969 JNU is one of India’s strongest intellectual hub. Some of the country’s greatest thinkers in the fields of art, history, cultural studies, development studies, and economics and politics are JNU alumni.
Pema represents 2nd generation young Tibetans growing up in this capital city and their aspirations and life goals