And the mountains continue to haunt beautifully, like they have been for ages. Every single time you visit them, you are no stranger to this beauty.Read More
A Duet of the Speed Demons: Nikon D5 and Canon 1DX Mark II — Video on Toehold TV discussing the features of the two cameras.Read More
Using a point-and-shoot camera, Amey Kulkarni began his casual journey through photography about four years ago. Then a trip to Ladakh with a DSLR camera changed it all.Read More
We bring you five inspiring quotes on mountains, as we think of Ladakh as a place that keeps calling travellers back without ever ceasing to amaze them.Read More
Even a hobby subjected to an almost-indecorum and scattered pieces of creative musings can metamorphose into a passion that throbs with soulfulness. That’s what happened with Noah DyvadheenamRead More
Living under an impossible summer sun might as well serve as a charming excuse for you to explore different parts of the country. Here are four cool places in southern India you can visit this summer.Read More
From washing grandpa’s film camera negatives to exploring possibilities in a genre that’s barely beginning to catch people’s attention, Dhruva Kotagi has come a long way on his journey of photography.Read More
A cherubic little girl was the subject of some cheerful photos her father had taken years ago. Today, she has grown up to be a much sought-after wedding photographer who believes in weaving together moments of joy into a story.Read More
On Toehold’s sixth anniversary, Patron, Mr. Magal Sanjeev, elaborates on why he thinks Toehold is a great company and why he loves it so much.
On Toehold’s sixth anniversary, Patron, Mr. Zhayynn James, explains why he still uses Toehold’s services and how he finds us different.
On Toehold’s sixth anniversary, Patron, Mr. Sajan Mathew talks about how we’ve enabled him and his wife, Ms. Sheila Verghis, to explore and enjoy Nature.
On Toehold’s sixth anniversary, Patron, Mr Rajiv Ramanathan, elucidates how Toehold has enabled great experiences for him.
As Toehold completes six exciting years, CEO Jayanth Sharma talks about what it means to us, what we’ve achieved, and what’s to come.
The creative calling, when acute, makes people want to push their limits, explore new frontiers, and break barriers and walls with their ideas to supplant them with. And Sharath Chandrappa knew it was his turn when his hobby of making pictures and editing videos gradually began to charm his creative instincts to the point of…Read More
This is a sort of reverse migration: from the banality of professional life to art and the liberation it brings along. Only a few make such a brave choice at the right time and Toehold Client, Nikhil Unnikrishnan, is one of them. After a stint in journalism, he quit his job in 2012 to pursue…Read More
Will you share with us your stories of rapture on days when the sun on your skin is an amber warmth, letting you forget heartbreaks of adulthood and smile like a child? Will you tell us what you search for when you run on the country roads forcing fresh air into your pleading lungs, your…Read More
Deep in the behaviour of African mammals lie hidden lessons our children can learn. We pick the top four. 1. How to be comfortable with who you are. Hyenas may not win fashion contests (although we think they’re perfectly beautiful) or enjoy the fanatical following that the cats command. But they don’t know that, and crucially, don’t care.…Read More