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World Heritage Day: Post #2

18 April is World Heritage Day These beautiful animals and birds are enriching our Heritage ❤ “A nation’s culture resides in the hearts and in the soul of its people.” Mahatma Gandhi "We will be remembered only if we give to our younger generation a prosperous and safe India, resulting out of economic prosperity coupled... Continue Reading →

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World Heritage Day: Post #1

  18 April is World Heritage Day. Today #projectinterpret salutes those who protect our Heritage, at whatever cost. Those who remain unrecognised, unknown and invisible. Those who we never get an opportunity to thank for their infinite efforts. Who is cleaning the Ghats or banks of the Ganga every morning before we go and ritualistically... Continue Reading →

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Mystery object

    I had asked on social media after these objects I had seen a couple carry on their bike on a highway in Andhra Pradesh. Seeing my curiosity and desperateness to photograph them, the biker had slowed down and the lady giggled and let me take a few quick shots. Nobody was harmed in... Continue Reading →

#projectinterpret’s first quarter of 2019

Hello everyone 🙂 As promised, 2019 is a year of collaborations and many travels for #projectinterpret It started with a trip to Kanheri Caves in Mumbai (erstwhile Bombay) which spurred Vishal Shastri to start his own blog - you can read all about it here: https://varnikadesigns.wordpress.com/2019/01/17/2019-has-an-exciting-start/#more-2054 February was an exciting month. There was an exceptionally... Continue Reading →

Poetic freedom

Dear Manju Your instant creative responses to this photograph taken at Pondicherry on 31st December, 2018 offered me the luxury of choice... Instead of forcing my choice on the readers, yesterday, on social media, there was an opinion poll. Everyone scrambled to find the poet/ess in themselves. The answer - equal responses to both :)... Continue Reading →

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