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- Photography Times: Indian Idols - Live in Concert
The Indian Idol 5 winner, runner-up and finalist in a live concert.
- The Philosophy of Freedom
Before I came to love free markets, I fell in love with something else first - FREEDOM.
- Photography Times Review: Sigma 150-500mm HSM OS
For the price, the Sigma 150-500mm lens is an excellent bang for the buck.
- Photo Essay: Bab Zuweila Gate in Cairo
The story of a blood stained city gate in Cairo
- Photo Essay: Swansea Castle
A photo essay on Swansea Castle.
- Photo Essay: A Twilight Walk in the City of London
How the City of London looks at twilight
- Photo Stream: Cat on the Prowl
So I am a bit jaundiced towards them, never mind the fact that I am a dog person.
- Photo Essay: An Evening With A Chocolatier
The story of an evening spent eating chocolate, YUM!
- Photo Essay: Harrow on the Hill War Memorial
One very good and interesting thing about England is that almost every town and village has its war memorial.
- Photo Essay: Thomas Cook in Leicester
Where Thomas Cook came from
- Photo Essay: The Midland Bank Vault
What the inside of a bank vault looks like
- Photo Essay: The Hill on the Harrow on the Hill
I look around at ancient history and then suddenly see these rather recent trees.
- Photo Essay: Church of St. Stephens, Rochester Row
A curious little church tucked away into one of the small lanes of London
- Photo Essay: A French Market in Harrow
Harrow is twinned with a town somewhere in France, and every 3-4 months, its blessed with a French Farmer’s Market.
- Photo Essay: The Statues of Waterloo Place, London
The statues of Waterloo Place, remembering old hero's
- Photography Times: Celebration
Shooting a Concept photograph involves a significant analysis of the message one wants to convey
- Photo Essay: Third Church of Christ, Scientist
A church with an extraordinary history of its adherents
- Photo Essay: Roman Walls in London
The Roman Walls still stand in London, 2000 years later...
- Photo Essay: London Monument to the Great Fire of 1666
A monument to the great fire of 1666 in London
- Photo Essay: Westminster Square - The Heart of British Democracy
A photo essay on the palace of Westminster in London
- Fiction: The Park
A park separates them.
- Photo Essay: Courtland Gallery, the Gambier Parry Collection, Islamic Metalwork 3/3
The final photo essay on the Gambier Parry Collection, the Islamic Metalwork collection.
- Photo Essay: Michelangelo's Dream at the Courtland Gallery, London
A photo essay on Michaelangelo's drawings in the Dream series.
- Photo Essay: Staircase at Courtland Gallery
A photo essay on one of the most famous staircases in London
- Photo Essay: Singing Red Indians in Harrow
Native Americans singing in Harrow.
- Photo Essay: Gordon Ramsey’s Kitchen
A review of a visit to Gordon Ramsey's kitchen
- Photo Essay: British Museum: Part 5f The Elgin / Parthenon Marbles
The infamous Elgin / Parthenon Marbles in the British Museum
- Photo Essay: British Museum Part 5e, Misc Greek Statues
A review of some of the Grecian statues in the British Museum
- Photography Times: Hippopotamus Mating Games
They were circling around in the water like two Sumo wrestlers performing their pre-game rituals.
- Travel Review: Mammoth Cave, Kentucky
This is a relatively new part of the caves, with water still carving out strange caverns from the limestone.
- Photography Times: Green Snake
Looking through the viewfinder at close to the entire focal length of my lens, it seemed as if he was staring straight into my eyes.
- Photography Times: Silhouetted Seagull
Sunrise and sunset are probably the favorite times of the day for any photographer.
- Ideart: Good Karma, Bad Medicine
The best way to communicate this thought may be visual and not verbal.
- Photography Times: Guira Cuckoo
The Guira Cuckoo is found mostly in the South American wild, particularly in the forests of Brazil, Uruguay, Paraguay, Bolivia, and Argentina.
- Photo Essay: Saint George and the Dragon
The story of St. George and the Dragon, in carbonite!!
- Photography Times: The Sumatran Tiger
Statistics say, there are less than 500 Sumatran tigers left in the wild.
- Photo Essay: Liverpool Street Station
A photo Essay on one of the major London Train Stations
- Photography Times: Seagull in Flight
If finding the right place was tough, the tougher part was waiting for the Seagulls to fly as a flock.
- Photo-Essay: HMS Belfast: The Ship That Came in From the Cold
A photo essay on HMS Belfast, a world war II cruiser currently moored on the Thames in London
- Photo Essay: A Quiet Stream Flowing Through Snow
A photo essay of a small stream in London
- Photo Essay: Sunset at Covent Garden, London
A photo essay on the interplay of the setting sun and Covent Garden in London
- Photo Essay: Victoria and Albert Museum, Part II
Books, sculpture and stairs at the Victoria and Albert Museum
- Photo Essay: Dakshnineshwar Kali Temple, Kolkata
The journey was a varied ones, passing through many versions of India, from colonial buildings to modern crowded streets.
- Photo Essay: The Victoria and Albert Museum, London
A Photo Essay on the Victoria and Albert Museum in London
- Photo Essay: Baker Street Underground Station
A photo essay on Barker Street, perhaps one of the oldest underground railway stations in the world.
- Unforgettable Kabul
No matter, the war-torn history of Kabul, its ruination, what delights the soul with its optimism are the kites of Kabul.
- Wordfest 2009, Grahamstown Festival, English Museum, Performance Poetry, Pritish Nandy, and More
Performance Poetry at Grahamstown Festival, South Africa 2009.
- The Bandra-Worli Sealink Opening
It is a big thing for this city and as a Mumbaiker, I feel really proud.
- Photo Essay: Church of St. John's the Evangelist, London
A photo essay of a London Church
- Juhu Beach
A refuge for those who crave proximity to nature. The only option for those who can't afford to frequent malls and multiplexes.
- Photo Essay: Chapel of Ease: St. Peter's Church
A photo essay of a chapel of ease in London
- Poetry: And I Knew Him
And I Knew Him..... A Poem on South Africa