Have breakfast in an old cafe, frozen in time. Follow your lens as it captures the character of old school Bangaloreans, as they indulge in their breakfast, coffee, gossip or shop talk. And the non stop churn out of food and drink from the busiest kitchen South of Mahatma Gandhi road.
Witness the morning ritual and blessing at an ancient Hindu temple, capture its weathering carvings while the sun starts to pick up strength
People-watch at Bangalore's oldest church. Capture people being true and sincere to not just their own religion, but also offering their humility and faith to others just as well. Capture folded hands, trances, rituals
Capture the Dhobis in action: the washermen's community that does laundry for a living. Sunshine, splashing water, muscle, fabric textures, colours, fire, children, families, drying yards... a kaleidoscope of impressions for a culture enthusiastic photographer.
Drive through old colonial Bangalore, making pictures of old homes built by the British Capture the last of Bangalore's charming bungalow architecture that once was its pride.
Walk through old residential lanes, now sandwiched between bustling commercial areas, crumbling and fast disappearing old hindu multi storey residential buildings.
A heart wrenching experience for philanthropists and just anyone who looks from the heart: the slums of North Bangalore are a cluster combining tin sheds, tarp tents, asbestos bits leaning on each other to create shelters for people who can't afford themselves a home to rent.
Walk through an ancient Hindu cemetery where a certain sect of Hindus bury their dead with the head propped above the ground.
In the heart of the cemetery capture the rituals performed by worshippers of the goddess of darkness, slayer of demons: KALI.