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Bun maska and a prayer
DNMUM420564 | 8/19/2018 | Author : Ornella D’Souza
At 9am on a Monday, Dhobi Talao’s iconic Kyani & Co., is moderately full. The crowd’s a mixed bag - families, the odd couple, an old Parsi gentleman… They’ve ordered a double decker sandwich, mutton pattice, kheema pao, omelette pao, pastries in bright colours… There...
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The Daily Show
DNMUM420565 | 8/19/2018 | Author : Pooja Salvi
Photojournalists Chirag Wakaskar and Ravi Mishra have been friends for a long time now. When they created their respective photography projects Everyday Mumbai and Everyday India, they wanted to bring to the fore stories that were hidden behind the glamorous filters of the ...
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The essence of Kashmir Valley
DNMUM420566 | 8/19/2018 | Author : Pooja Patel
Think Kashmir, and for most of us images of conflict come to mind - visuals that the mainstream media shows on loop. But ever considered what the Valley really looks like? What are the kind of landscapes it has to offer? What’s daily life there like and how do locals spend ...
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Studio at the edge of Mumbai
DNMUM420567 | 8/19/2018 | Author : Yoshita Rao
The walls of Mumbai’s Hamilton Studios have stood witness to famous personalities like Dr BR Ambedkar, the Tatas, and other greats, who have passed through, getting their passport or life-sized portraits clicked. Some of these still hang proudly in its foyer. Today...
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Behind the lens
DNMUM420568 | 8/19/2018 | Author : Heena Khandelwal
The documentary An Unframed Portrait traces the journey of celebrated photographer Raghu Rai. It begins with him borrowing a camera to click his very first photo of a baby donkey, which was published in The Times, London. It goes on to depict his eventful career as th...
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A different shot
DNMUM420569 | 8/19/2018 | Author : Gargi Gupta
Sean Foley, a visual anthropologist of Irish origin, and Lukas Birk, an Austrian visual media artist, chanced upon the wondrous culture of studio photography in Peshawar in 2011. On the lookout for ‘tourists’ who had come in across the Khyber Pass from Afghanistan for a res...
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