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08
Feb
“The tunes of the mystic echoing in the air. Dhol, Drums, Nagada & Shankh. The sun still rising. Heat, Chaos, Music & Peace. Near the Ghats, dipping themselves, I see naked men smeared with ash. Electric energy, I smell Hashish. It's a holy bash, God’s retreat.” May 2016. Ujjain, (Simhastha Kumbh) It was my first time at a K
27
Feb
If unique is what your photography portfolio needs, then a fourteen day stop at the world’s biggest congregation of camels and Rajasthani culture at Pushkar is the ideal destination. Apart from the countless options for photography, the annual camel fair held every November in Pushkar during full moon has a lot more to offer. For photographers
28
Feb
Held every November during the full moon, the Pushkar Camel Fair is where you get to see Rajasthani culture at its best. Held at an epic scale, the event attracts over 400,000 people from across India, who are accompanied by thousands of decorated camels and cattle. Needless to say, this fourteen-day event is a paradise for photographers as there
28
Feb
Every November when the moon reaches its full phase Rajasthan prepares itself for the annual Pushkar Camel Fair. An exuberant culmination of Rajasthani culture, the fair is held at a larger than life scale attracting over 400,000 devotees from all over India who come to seek pleasure and peace at the Pushkar Lake. They are of course convoyed by tho
28
Feb
Visiting the annual Pushkar Camel Fair is a tremendously exciting prospect in itself. Just as a traveller there’s so much to explore – over four hundred thousand people from all over India coming together to celebrate Rajasthani culture at its best. Needless to say, for photographers this is an amazing prospect. There’s simply too much to cap
12
Mar
The Taj Mahal is one of the most romanticized tourist attractions in the world and rightly so. One of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Taj Mahal was founded as a symbol of love. Needless to say, millions of tourists from around the world visit the monument in Agra every year. However, only a few come out with breathtaking pictures of the monumen
27
Mar
Several photographers when on a Wildlife Photography Tour possibly don’t even contemplate about their influence on the wildlife that they capture on their cameras, and many even consider animals to be mere models that are there for the taking, just to serve their photographic requirements. The sheer amount of stress they can cause to an animal i
16
Apr
It is normal for any viewer to look at the amazing pictures produced by professional photographers of National Geographic and other reputed Wildlife Photography agencies and wonder how on earth it is possible to capture the wildlife in such a skilled fashion. Wild animals are extremely delicate when it comes to human interaction and scurry away at
22
Apr
Even though there are hardly few monuments around the world that can top the beauty of the Taj Mahal, like with most world-famous destinations, it can get incredibly difficult to discover exceptional angles of the monument. There are a lot of rules, customs and strict guidelines for photographers to follow when capturing the Taj Mahal on lens. With
25
Apr
For first-time visitors, India can be overwhelming. With so much to do, see and experience, visitors can be spoilt for choice. Where should a first-time visitor start his/her journey? A Golden Triangle photography tour would be the ideal start. The ancient monuments complimented with the bustling presence of urbanized population, going on this tour