“Cambodia is a small country with a big history.” When we think of Cambodia we visualize beautiful 11th century temples from the Khmer kingdom, gigantic trees growing through the temples and a touch of saffron worn by monks amidst the greens and browns of the landscape. Well, it was
Soothing Live Cello Performance in Australia.
Craziest nights are the ones not planned. We stumbled upon this place while taking a walk with our friends in Sydney, still discussing what we were in a mood to do. Spoilt for choice in the amazing city, we decided to enter the very next bar we come across. And what amazing a random choice that was!
Malana is an ancient village to the north-east of Kullu Valley. A trek of about 1.5 hours from Jari village will take you up the Malana village. Its better to do an early morning day visit to this village than an overnight stay. Only guesthouse options are available. The so-called best one is Chand
The Streets of Cambodia are full of colours and smiles. You can enjoy the ‘local street food’ to ‘all day English breakfast cafes.’ Indian Restaurants are also very easy to find for pure vegetarians. We realized that all the Indian restaurants we ate at were owned by people from Dehradun
This series is special for me as Night Photography is my recent favorite zone after Portraits. The Silence of the Night at these remote areas becomes your friend, you are immediately teleported to the vast galaxies under which we reside. The peace and tranquility in life can be felt in these places
A series of Photographs shot for the Linen Brand 'Catanzaroworld' for their Catalogue Print and Website.
A Trip to Uttarakhand covering Kathgodam, Kausani, Almora, Ranikhet & Nanital. I accompanied FX School Photography students on this first of its kind Photography expedition that exposed the students to wider canvas to practice their craft. Many thanks to ‘Walk to Himalayas’ for helping us