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Vinay & Payal’s Marwari Wedding in Kolkata

A union amidst flying rose petals.

This is one of the earliest weddings that I ever did, I guess my 5th or 6th wedding overall. Also it happened to be my first wedding in Kolkata. The first day of wedding took me to Howrah since that was where the residence of Vinay was located and then to South Kolkata where the […]

Vikash & Amrita’s Bengali-Punjabi Wedding in Kolkata

The beautiful Punjabi bride. By Animesh Ray Photography.

Mixed weddings have a special place in my heart. So when Vikash contacted me to be the wedding photographer for this wedding, I jumped at the opportunity. Vikash is a IIT grad from a Bengali family and Amrita is a Punjabi girl born and bred in Kolkata. They fell in love with each other, and […]

Ankita & Manoranjan’s Oriya Wedding in Cuttack

Getting ready for the moment: Ankita + Manoranjan's Oriya Wedding in Cuttack

I am not a prolific writer of blog posts detailing my assignments. But I guess it’s important to do so. Why? Because there are still some people who keep asking me what I do for a living. Haha! So this was a wedding I did in Cuttack, Orissa’s premier old city way back in early […]

Streets of Udaipur

Have you seen this buffalo anywhere? Inform now!

I am a real slow blogger. If only I had somebody standing behind me with a gun, I just might be saved. Anyway today’s post is showcasing the streets of the earthly Rajasthani city of Udaipur. I really like Udaipur and whenever I am there, just idly walking through the old city is one of […]

A Trip to Kumbhalgarh Fort: Part II

The name 'Badal Mahal' (Palace of Clouds) couldn't have been more accurate.

The citadel of the Kumbhalgarh Fort consists chiefly of the Badal Mahal or the ‘Palace of Clouds’. Mardana Mahal and Zanana Mahal are the two interconnected parts of this palace. The first article of this series on Kumbhalgarh is here. A word of caution here. The fort is huge. I mean HUGE. To properly explore […]