Every day, passers-by and tourists at the Gateway of India have their picture ‘professionally’ taken as they pose near the monument, or in front of the landmark Taj Mahal Palace Hotel in Mumbai. Four individuals, who have been immortalised by the persistent lensmen of this historic area, reveal to Shruti Sunderraman how those moments in front of the camera — and the images themselves — deepened their connection to the metropolis
Award-winning architect and furniture designer Samira Rathod’s work has a largely contemporary vibe, and she’s most known for transforming residential spaces.
As we move towards a cinematic virtual reality of holograms, simulations and multidimensional motion pictures, Nandita Raman creates a visual aide-memoire of the objects, equipment and spaces which once had a place in the film industry. Verve chances upon the inspiration that led her to document these reminders of the past in her series, Do Not Forget Me
What intrigues London-based photographer Vincent Dolman the most about India, is the way men express their comfort with one another by walking hand-in-hand. Explaining why he loves this male gesture that is rarely seen in his homeland in England, the lensman shares images from his series Holding Hands
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