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Bound together by tranquility

DNMUM199661 | 2/1/2011 | Author : Shreya Badola | WC :184

Photographer Richa Arora chats on what connects the photographs in her exhibition
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It was during a trip to Europe that she first tried her hand at photography 13 years ago and realised her love for the camera. "It was my brother's camera I had decided to borrow," recalls Richa.
And now, the shutterbug's current show exhibits her work of the last seven years with pictures taken in Vietnam, Egypt, Delhi, Ahmedabad, Karnataka, Mumbai and more. But Richa insists to not label her work as travel photography. "I have not captured fancy streets or popular tourist attractions of these places but I have captured the serene and the quietude," she explains. "For me, places are not important. It's about finding tranquility in hustle and bustle."
In her current show, Richa has ded
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