Mr. Abbas runs a ittar (attar) shop and must be over the age of 70. His little shop is on this slope that takes you to a temple. Very close to public parking, the shop would have sunlight during noon. A small entry in to the shop will reveal a bench where at max 3… Continue reading Uncle and his radio
It was late at night and the room was too humid, I thought it would be better to go out on the small balcony for a while. I went out and saw pigeons resting on the cables that went through one side to the another and then naturally I saw up and then towards the… Continue reading The farewell
Warning: This is not a fiction. I was standing and reading my book in the metro while a fellow traveler who happened to have a seat was eating his apples. Now the apples were sliced and were nicely placed in the little round container. He was munching on them and occasionally offered them to his… Continue reading Sliced Apples
"Inside the lane" as I like to call this photograph. I wanted to go to a shop and one of the Dates(khujoor) vendor told me there is a shortcut from one side. I took the way and entered here, the lane that took me to a bazaar that was so crowded that you'd have to… Continue reading Inside the lane
This photo was taken in New Delhi. Groups of families live under the flyovers and mothers would tend their children there, while others play and some beg when the light turns red and cars stop waiting for the light to turn green again. In the photograph a man is seen giving samosa (snack) to one… Continue reading Snack time
Diwali 2015 This looks like a galaxy to me. Took this one today.
In Chandni Chowk, Delhi.
"When you don't have words to express what you want to say,upload a picture." Okay nobody said that, I just invented this quote(if you can call it a quote). Or you can laugh out loud. Your call. HD version will be uploaded on 500px.
Titled – The Dark Alley. Clicked in Chandni Chowk, Delhi, India Click here to view my gallery on 500px.
Today is Raksha Bandhan (रक्षा बन्धन) is a festival that celebrates the love and duty between brothers and sisters. This lady was selling rakhis and other decorative material.She asked "Yeh photo magazine mai aaega?"(Will this photo come in a magazine) I replied no I am just clicking it for my own sake.And then she posed for… Continue reading Raksha Bandhan