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LIGHTSCRIBERS COLLECTION

SOCIAL DOCUMENTARY

 

SOUND OF SILENCE

Another world with a presence of absence remains within the sound of silence, little world within our big planet rotating on another orbit with its own rhythm. To most it may seem insignificant yet it undeniably exists, with its own citizens, own language, own emotions, own sounds or rather its own silence too.
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View the story by Debiprasad

    

GOD NEVER TALKS BUT THE DEVIL KEEPS ADVERTISING

India have made her prominence felt on the world map through taking giant steps in technology and economy. On the other hand, it’s still a country where exorcism exists. This series explores some of the most dramatic and thought provoking moments from the unique “Ghost Fair-Exorcism”.
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MY NAME IS SHAHRUKH

“I am lost..I am trying to find my mother...I am Shahrukh... Shahrukh Mondal” …These were the first few words uttered by a 7 year old when he was being rescued by the RPF from the Sealdah Station in Kolkata. This series focuses on Shahrukh’s life in those few months and through that, explores the poignant story of runway children.
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View the story by Debiprasad

PHOTO JOURNALISM

 

FIRST FORTNIGHT OF BREXISTENTIAL CRISIS

“Old is dying and the new cannot be born.” Probably this was the most appropriate phrase to describe the situation in the first fortnight in UK since the declaration of BREXIT result. Confusions, predictions and expectations are everywhere. This series explores many of those moods.
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KOLKATA FLYOVER COLLAPSE

The “Vivekananda Road Flyover” collapsed in the heart of Kolkata, India on 31st March, 2016. It resulted in the loss of 25+ innocent lives, critical injuries to over 100+ victims as well as utter chaos. This series captures the various aspects of that catastrophic collapse.

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View the story by Debiprasad

    

REINCARNATION OF AGRICULTURE

Taking agricultural land for industrialization has been the dominant narrative of development in the 21st century, especially in the developing countries. In this context, the story of Singur in West Bengal’s Hooghly district stands as a striking example in reversing the trend.
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View the story by Gourab

FEELINGS AND REALIZATIONS

 

AAT BACHOR AGAR EKDIN

Poetry and life are two different outpouring of the same thing; life as we usually conceive it contains what we normally accept as reality. Representation of Jibanananda Das’s famous poem “aat bachor agar ekdin” through the language of photography.

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View the series by Palash

    

TOWARDS THE END

At the end, nothing remains, not even the memory. The end generally does not come at a go. There are both subtle as well as tell-tale signs before the eventual end arrives. But knowing the eternal truth doesn't make it less painful.

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View the series by Bhaskar

    

LIFE OF A STREAM

The series captures the transition of a river from its source up in the mountains to its destination into the ocean. Each frame in this series tries to present an elusive perspective which corresponds to a particular state of mind or a much larger truth of our lives.

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View the series by Bhaskar

LANDSCAPES AND ABSTRACT FORMS

 

GANGANI

Gagani, an insignificant place by the river Kansabati, near a small town Garbeta in east Midnapure district is often referred as the Grand Canyon of Bengal because of its unique texture and land formations. Here are some different perspective of that otherwise vibrant & colorful landscape.
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View the series by Chinmoy

    

IMPOSING MOUNTAINS

Mountains remind one about how insignificant they are. They make the human beings feel humble and reinforce the enormous power of Mother Nature. This series showcases this sense of immense power and beauty of the mountains with images from treks in various parts of the Indian Himalayas.
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View the collection by Bhaskar

    

ABSTRACT FORMS

The commonly seen objects in our daily lives can assume some very different proportions if seen from a different perspective. This series offers a unique lens to the objects of daily life and presents the commonplace in an uncommon way.

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