Article on how weeds are choking the Kuttandu water ways and its effect on social economy. Online article is here.
Lovely to see photo along some other wonderful brick structures. Brick by Phaidon press.
A pleasure to see full blown pictures of Meghalaya on the web! Thank you Let’s Travel Somewhere!
Pride of vernacular architecture, a photo feature on Padmanabhapuram palace published in today’s The Hindu Metro plus. Earlier blog post is here.
So this would be the first officially published instagram from me!
The story on Kochin Kavaya, the traditional dress of Anglo Indians of Portugese descent was published in The Hindu – Kochi Metro edition. A longer version of the same appears on the Kochi post. At the suburban alleys of islet Mulavukad, the air still carries the sights and smell of Portugese legacy across the lagoons. Leisurely…
The story of ducks and duck farmers from Kuttanad published in The Hindu – Sunday magazine today! The write up goes here and the slideshow goes here.
The photo of mundu men on the book cover by Green books. Thanks Rajesh!
The Hindu Sunday Magazine publishes the pongala story in national edition. Here is the slide show and the text on The Hindu web edition.
A photo that was taken back in 2008 while traveling in Punjab that rusted in my memory got a new lease of life as Brandon Hoops of Ethno | Traveler noticed it from afar. We had a long chat about the story behind the shot and challenges for women documentary photographers in India. He has published a…
Another Architecture book from India published by TERI, and a few of the Baker shots published again.
A photo series on the beginnings of Occupy Wall Street was published in Bodhi commons. See it here.
Photographs of the Baker buildings being published in the compilation ‘Architecture in India’.
Published in Madhyamam weekly (March 22, 2010). Thank you so much Sajeesh! Two uncredited publishing, left one in ‘Development issue- Sasthragathi, Nov 2009’, right one in ‘K N Raj issue -Malayalam Varika, 26th Jan 2010’. I would continue to request ‘attribution’ wherever necessary.
A poster made by Kerala Pradesh Congress Committe for election campaign 09. I saw this poster once in Quilon town, but this copy came from friends in Sweden who got it through email, glad they recognised! Whoever designed it, never sought my permission even when a communication mechanism is running in flickr.
My dear friend and co-traveller Babitha has written a beautiful piece on our Meghalayan trip. There’s a toggle key on the right corner which will zoom the slides. I guess this requires flash player.
A beautiful book compiled by Lighthouse and the Scottish Government on contemporary architecture and here goes a photograph from my CDS collection.
Cricket photo published in UNAIDS report.
The Photo that appeared on the German newspaper on the right and the gift that followed, Brassai In Paris! Absolutely cool!