Sharing a small sneak-peek of what we did Last Weekend.
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Listening to stories has always been a delightful experience. It takes me back to the glorious childhood days of listening to grandmother tales. At the core of her every fascinating story would lay the epic world of Mahabharata Ramayana or any other Puranas. Story telling is a popular tradition and one of the oldest art forms of India. Each community and region has its own style and manner of narrating the stories illustrating the richness of their culture. Today the traditional art of storytelling is vanishing from India and losing its place in our fast paced modern lives.
During my visit to Unbox Festival 2013 - at Zorba, I was particularly drawn towards the Artisan's Node. This is one of the series of the Unbox Festival which I am posting today. The story 'Meena ki Kahani' and the detailed art reconnected me with some forgotten tales, the fading art form and a few of these captivating artisans who keep this tradition alive.
Above Picture: Is the beginning of Meena ki Kahani. This particular story is about a girls education and narrates her life journey as to how she got educated and how her family supported her and she lived a well balanced happy life.
Made By : Dwarka Prasad Jangid a KAWAD Artist
A Kawad is an amazing wooden painted temple, with lots of panels and secret compartments that fold out to tell a story that's narrated in rhythmic pattern by opening successive doors and pointing towards the next painting.
The best Valentine's Day, I had till date and the heartiest one.
Got the opportunity to cover one of the One Billion Rising Events which happened at Govind Puri in New Delhi yesterday and further moved on to Parliament street. Sadly, couldn't cover much of Parliament Street had an urgent work. I will share few snaps of the event I shot. Heard so many fascinating stories of these women.
Did her photoshoot last weekend, the quirkiest baby I have ever come across. She ended up making way too many serious and funny expressions. It was indeed a tough job to make her smile (the entire family went crazy doing so) but nonetheless she is a bundle of cuteness. Sharing some of the photographs of her shoot!
The results for Valentine's Day Photoshoot sponsored by Four Seasons Wines. are out
We would like to thank each and everyone of you who participated. Absolutely love you all!!!
After a lot of discussion with Kalapalette we finalized :
Gaurav and Vidhi as our winners!
Heartiest Congratulations to you both.
STAY TUNED for sneak peeks of their upcoming shoot! ;)