Self-Enforced Isolation.


You lock yourselves inside a cage to feel secure, restricting the real self from understanding and experiencing new things. This successfully isolates your thoughts from the much larger and (maybe) stranger pool of ideas, thus barring creativity. Strangely this seems like an absolute for a normal life. But is it necessary?

*The make-up in this image was done using sandal wood tree paste and pink colored powder was used for the dust.


The Practice of Orthodoxy.

Triple Orthodoxy

An triptych which is inspired by the three monkeys and topped with some irony. All the photos were clicked in natural with an additional LED lamp placed on the right.
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The Search for Purpose.



A self portrait I clicked after being high and bored for the entire weekend. The photo was captured by using a single flash mounted on the camera and bouncing from the ceiling. I used wheat flour on my face and also tossed some in the air.


The Dust of Everyday Life #StreetsofPune


Captured the photograph at the Hadapsar Gliding Center in Pune. It is a great place to have a gliding experience and the only one of its kind in entirety of India.


The Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Mandai #Pune


A photograph of the popular Mahatma Jyotiba Pule Mandai in Pune. This is one of the oldest vegetable market in Pune and many locals make a weekly visit to get good quality and fresh vegetables and fruits.


The Oldest Peth of Pune #StreetsofPune

In the heart of Pune, right next to the famous Shaniwar Wada lies the earliest settlement of the city. This settlement is Kasba Peth, which was first established back in the 5th century and today it is a historically significant part of the city which is in a state of decay. Kasba Peth once had the wadas of the most influential people of the city. Lal Mahal, the fortified residence of Shivaji, is also located in Kasba Peth.

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How to spend your weekend at Malshej Ghat

Rich with flora and fauna, Malshej Ghat is one of the few unspoilt weekend getaway in Maharashtra. This beautiful hill station is popular among hikers, trekkers, nature lovers and families. Malshej Ghat is known for its visit from migratory birds, nature trails, historical fort, a pleasant lake and its waterfalls during the monsoon. Continue reading How to spend your weekend at Malshej Ghat