The seventh largest country in the world is also a world of many a geographical marvel. From the Himalayan heights to the Kerala coast, India is geographically diverse to her gills.
They’re the world’s largest land-mammals. Their presence is imposing but also poetic. They’re gentle, gigantic and endangered. They’re elephants. And this is a visual tribute to them.
This week on Sentient Snippets: awakening languor, silence-inducing poetry, joy-evoking play, voices in the dark, purposeless ruins, and windows to new worlds.
Each story is worth telling, worth shared. And this week, we bring you one such story – Nandhagopan’s journey as a photographer.
This week on Sentient Snippets: sublime sights, sleeping beauties, dead stones, muted tones, and a spectrum of emotions.
Here are five more reasons you should pack your bags and get into the skin of a wanderer!
This week on Sentient Snippets: leaps of joy, life on the edge, tunes of truth, exquisite universes, and radiant secrets.
As you walk down the valleys and climb up the high mountains in Himachal Pradesh, you feel rather humbled. And here are five treks you mustn’t miss for the world!
So how does it feel, approximately, to see a wild tiger? We could tell you that waiting for a tiger to emerge feels like watching raindrops trickle off a roofline while awaiting your beloved – a wistful longing fanned by sweet anticipation. But that wouldn’t let you know what it’s like to melt in your…
About six years ago, when Mr. Roy was leafing through the pages of National Geographic Magazine, his zest for a new hobby had found a clear direction: photography thus became the calling of another man who decided to teach himself the art of making images. Sunny Roy began reading everything he could about photography, especially…