The Little Palanquin

Girls around the world are subjected to various injustices, and child marriage is one such. ‘The Little Palanquin’, like this picture of a girl looking at the teary eye, is a short story that aims at emphasising the importance of empowerment that will help our girls to look back at this injustice as a defunct thing of the past.

An Occluded Portal

A tedious 400′ climb from the village of Bhaja takes the interested few to the magnificent Bhaja Caves that were sculpted in the 2nd century. Although they were created in a time that might have a seemingly insignificant impact on the present, the cave effortlessly opens the mind of the explorer to the magic of a period they might not be able to visit otherwise.

Mellifluous Echoes

Built entirely of sandstone, The Sun Temple in Modhera is a beautiful gift from hundreds of years ago, to the modern day India. In this picture, as a young women stops to admire the ornate carvings on the archway, the efforts of the artisans who created this marvel and the virtue of their work from centuries ago, are momentarily glorified.

The Wondrous Common

Like the boy in the picture -who is making the best out of the view before him, despite the squalid land he is standing on- the world is full of people who find happiness in the toughest of times. The Wondrous Common is my tribute to the wonderful people who are united by their optimism, despite their struggles.