Photo credit: Sreejit Poole

 

Photo credit: Sreejit Poole

Photo credit: Sreejit Poole

Photo credit: Sreejit Poole

Photo credit: Sreejit Poole

Photo credit: Sreejit Poole

Photo credit: Sreejit Poole

Photo credit: Sreejit Poole

Photo credit: Sreejit Poole

Photo credit: Sreejit Poole

Photo credit: Sreejit Poole

Photo credit: Sreejit Poole

Photo credit: Sreejit Poole

 

 

Photo credit: Sreejit Poole

Photo credit: Sreejit Poole

Photo credit: Sreejit Poole

Photo credit: Sreejit Poole

Photo credit: Sreejit Poole

Photo credit: Sreejit Poole

Photo credit: Sreejit Poole

Photo credit: Sreejit Poole

Photo credit: Sreejit Poole

Photo credit: Sreejit Poole

Photo credit: Sreejit Poole

Photo credit: Sreejit Poole

 

Photo credit: Sreejit Poole

Photo credit: Sreejit Poole

Photo credit: Sreejit Poole

Photo credit: Sreejit Poole

Photo credit: Sreejit Poole

Photo credit: Sreejit Poole

 

Photo credit: Sreejit Poole

Photo credit: Sreejit Poole

Photo credit: Sreejit Poole

Photo credit: Sreejit Poole

Photo credit: Sreejit Poole

19 thoughts on “Portraits of India

    1. Sounds incredible. I’ve been different places with one or two of those elements, but not one place with all fitting naturally. Like with Jamaica, you have resort style living and extreme poverty. Hawaii maybe, but it is so commercialized that it is hard to identify authenticity from propaganda. Maybe that’s why I love Israel so… very diverse from skyscrapers to ruins to nomadic living. However, it is divided by racial, spiritual and cultural differences which create an uneasiness throughout the region depending on who you are and where you are. India seems more free-flowing, though I imagine there are social struggles there as well…?

  1. This happens to me all the time. I feel as if I were invading someone’s space, but I have noticed that most people do not mind. I just bring my long lens and feel more comfortable taking pictures from far away without being noticed. Great shots… Thanks for sharing a piece of Indai with us…

  2. Wonderful shots Sreejit. What part of India are you from? I’ve been twice. In 2000 I was in Calcutta, Darjeeling and Pedong. Then in 2008 I stayed in Jaipur for almost three months while my husband was doing a film and media course there.
    🙂

    1. Ohhhhh great. So then you’re American? I’m actually Canadian, however have lived in Brazil since 2002. I’ve never been to South India, although my brother has.

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