Featured Photos

I love photography and immensely enjoy taking shots with both my dslr and mobile.


Exhibited at the Arpana Caur Academy of Fine Arts and Literature, Delhi


Media coverage of the exhibition 36 Shades of Grey featuring my photo of the Jama Masjid (Delhi)


With my photo of the Jama Masjid exhibited in the “36 Shades of Grey” in 2015


Photo published in a Bengali magazine


This photo was published in a Kolkata based Bengali Art and Culture magazine, 2013



Featured by Incredibleindia (Ministry of Tourism website)

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This photo was featured by Incredible India (the Ministry of Tourism), 2018


Exhibited at the India Habitat Centre and the Red Fort ( by the Archaeological Survey of India)

Indian Express covering the exhibition with my photograph of the Jahaz Mahal showcased
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With my photo at the India Habitat Centre exhibition hall. It won the first prize in a competition titled “Lesser known monuments of Delhi” organised by the DHPC, a heritage photography club based in Delhi, in 2014.
With  my photo of the Jahaz Mahal exhibited by the ASI in the Red Fort exhibition hall, 2014



Exhibited at the IGNCA, Delhi:


The photograph was exhibited at the ‘Festival Of Places’ organised by CATTS, a not-for-profit organisation working in the area of heritage conservation and management, and the Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts at IGNCA, 7th to 9th April 2017.



A solo exhibition:

In 2013, took part in a solo exhibition at the Miele centre, Noida.


Favourite Instagram feature


One among the featured photos on Instagram. This photograph I count as among my favourites. I had taken this shot at the Red fort (Delhi). 


Photos Published on Rail Bandhu magazine of Indian Railways


The three photographs of Spiti were published in Rail Bandhu, an in-house magazine of the Indian railways.


An exhibition to help Uttarkhand flood victim in collaboration with Goonj

Spoke to a Business Standard journalist and the Indian Express on this exhibition:

Artists raise funds for Uttarakhand flood victims




These two photographs were exhibited in the exhibition named “Rebuilding Uttarakhand” organised by Camera Unlimited in collaboration with Goonj. The exhibition aimed at helping rebuild Uttarakhand after the disastrous earthquake in 2013, by giving away the proceeds of the sale from this exhibition. It took place at the Indian August gallery, Noida.