Photo Essays

ISKCON Kolkata Rath Yatra, ISKCON Kolkata Rath Yatra Festival, ISKCON Kolkata, Kolkata Rath Yatra, ISKCON Rath Yatra Kolkata, Sandipan Mukherjee
The ISKCON Kolkata Rath Yatra festival turned 46 this year. Started in 1972 by Jagatguru Srila Prabhupada, the ISKCON Rath Yatra Kolkata presently is the second largest Rath Yatra festival in the world. Every year, thousands of people from different parts of the world visit Kolkata during the months of June and July to witness the grandeur of this festival. According to the Hindu Mythology, the Rath Yatra festival marks the […]

ISKCON Kolkata Rath Yatra – A Photo Project by Sandipan Mukherjee

Funny Instagram Photographs Manaska Mukhopadhyay Humour 1
If you type humour in google, it will say, ‘Life is short, smile while you still have teeth’. That is funny. But pessimists will say, no no life is hard, life is not funny, it is all about seriousness. I say, why dear…?? Why are you so sad buddy when the world around you is full of fun… ?? Just look up from your smartphones and watch around. Watch the […]

Instagram photographs of this photographer would surely bring smile on the serious faces

Kumbh Nashik Susobhan Aich 2
“Travel always fascinated me and I try to capture the moments that I face when I travel. Due to the hectic schedule of my daily life, I cannot visit much places. This time, I was lucky to visit Nashik for the holy Kumbh. One day while flipping through the pages of a newspaper, I came across the news about Kumbh and decided to make a visit during the Holy occasion. […]

The ultimate Kumbh experience at Nashik

If you want to see the real Kolkata before Bengal’s auspicious Durga Puja celebrations, then a visit to Kumortuli (or Kumartuli) must be in your must see list. This photo story from Manaska Muhopadhyay reflects how the busy idol makers of Kumortuli are bringing their creations to life ahead of the Durga Puja. Manaska, a research scholar of Jadavpur University is also a skilled photographer. He photographs with his inner vision. If […]

Kumortuli – The Place where Gods Live beside the Humans