Work-Life Balance

Catching the dusty sun beyond my home; Across a line of borrowed water Dying, still, between two slabs of concrete; Grey half-circles under its eyes, In a hurry to leave, The day’s pending jobs hiding in twilight To reappear at daybreak When a dusty sun rises.

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A + C in Jaisalmer

A most exciting time in the golden desert sands of the Thar desert with these two people who are so-much-in-love – would be any photographer’s dream. Their chemistry brings alive every single picture and makes me so glad that I got to photograph them in such a gorgeous location. We spent three happy days in…

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Baby Blues

It is only the middle of the week, and honestly, Wednesday is just another Monday with a different name. We know that feeling all too well. But we believe that there are no mid-week blues that a cute little munchkin can’t cure. We’ve got proof. Here’s a charmer for you – Siddhraj Solanki, with his…

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Serampore

February was like bittersweet chocolate. And I love that kind. I do. It took me, very briefly, to Serampore, and it made me realize, how much I want to spend months in Calcutta and its suburbs, not necessarily photographing its streets, people, food, and leftover colonial architecture, but absorbing the smells, sights, and sounds, the…

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Yellow

There’s a bright happiness in yellow that other colours don’t have. I find yellow charming, and if done as elegantly as this for a wedding venue, it certainly brings some visual warmth to a winter set-up.

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Make Portraits

One comes across the most interesting faces most unexpectedly. Never miss a chance. This here, is a very regal looking lady from the Patel community, photographed in Thaltej village, Ahmedabad.

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