One life to live… travel, greenery, sunrise sunset, birds, animals, farms etc. Yes there are few things that really inspire me. Born in a small place in the womb of malnad and now based in Bangalore. Graduated from the University of mysore specialized in photography and design. Design earns my bread and photography quenches my thirst. At present working as design lead for an UK based MNC. Very nostalgic and love modern times too… Eager to make a farm based on Fukuoka’s theory of Natural farming (Do nothing agriculture). Really want to see the flying lizard in the forests of Western Ghats. Yes it is the same lizard mentioned in “Karvalo” by one of my favorite writer Puchanthe. Brazil and Jamaica are my dream destinations that one day I will visit for sure.

10 Indian TV Bits that Bring Goose Bumps of Nostalgia

Here is a list of TV shows and snippets that gave us true entertainment in our childhood and now they are the reasons of nostalgia.

Puppets in the hands of time

There is a need to revive the art of Indian puppetry for posterity. True to its image as the world’s cultural melting pot, India has been the cradle of innumerable traditional art forms. The folk art forms across the country portray a vast spectrum of diversity in visual and performing arts. Shadow puppet is one such enchanting art form which was

ಕವಿಶೈಲ, ಕುಪ್ಪಳ್ಳಿ (kavishaila) a panoramic view

ಕವಿಶೈಲ, ಕುಪ್ಪಳ್ಳಿ (kavishaila) a panoramic view Since my college days in Shimoga, I have visited this place several times. I always wanted to shoot a panoramic shot of this place to cover as much as I could. Recently I visited this place and took the photograph.

Multicultural Caleidoscope

Have we changed culturally in the past twenty years... how different are we in our cultural identity today...

Eco friendly poster

Recently we did a eco friendly poster for an NGO which promotes the eco-friendly life here we are sharing it with you.

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Kodachadri – a breathtaking experience

Every time I and my best pals go on a bus trip to the Western Ghats, a fight breaks out among us on who will sit next to the window. This time as well, I won the fight.

From scrap metal to showcase

On a sunny Sunday morning “Shaghi” a friend of mine appeared in my home with a bag weighed heavy that expressed through his face. After a warm hug of welcome, I pushed myself to kitchen, while preparing, I could hear the sound of metal falling on ground I asked my friend what was the sound but didn’t get any reply.

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