Geographic magazine story and interactive map on Benoy K
Behl's documentation of ancient Indian art: http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/ngm/2008-01/india-ancient-art/interactive-map.html
Article on the
history of Indian Art by Benoy K Behl
Book Record for being the most travelled photographer, as
well as for taking over 40,000 photographs of Indian monuments
and art heritage.
Consultant to Ministry of Tourism, Government of India for
the successful UNESCO World Heritage Listing of the Mahabodhi
Temple at Bodh Gaya.
Authored a major book published by Thames and Hudson, London
AJANTA CAVES, comprehensively illustrated with
colour plates of my photographs. The Literary Editor of
The Times, London writes, “The Ajanta Caves is one of the
most gorgeous and stimulating books of Indian art ever
produced.” The American edition is published by Harry
Abrams, New York.
' and ‘The Murals of India’ at Universities and Museums in
USA, UK, Japan, Hong Kong, Thailand, Myanmar, Vietnam and in
India. Also delivered illustrated talks on ‘History of
Indian Painting’, ‘The Compassionate Art of Buddhism’,
‘Ladakh: A Cradle of Buddhist Art’, ‘The Champa Temples
of Vietnam’ and ‘The Churches of Old Goa’ at
universities, museums and other cultural institutions in
repaired and conserved two important
(circa 11th and 13th centuries), with the support of UNESCO,
the Indian Army, leading scientists and the people of
• HINDU DEITIES WORSHIPPED IN JAPAN
The Japan Foundation, New Delhi, September, 2015
The Indian Museum, Kolkata, co-sponsored by the Japan
Foundation, January, 2016
The C. P. Ramaswami Iyer Foundation, Chennai, co-sponsored
by the Japan Foundation, February, 2016
The Salarjung Museum, Hyderabad, co-sponsored by the Japan
Foundation, February, 2016
National Gallery of Modern Art, Bengaluru, co-sponsored by
the Japan Foundation, March, 2016
• YOGA: AN ANCIENT SCIENCE OF LIFE. (Exhibition of 63
photographs taken by me in India and across the world.) The
exhibition was inaugurated on 21st June, 2015, the First
International Yoga Day, in the following locations.
Reunion Island France
Port of Spain
Nicosia, Cyprus, India Culture Day, January 24, 2016
• YOGA FOR HEALTH, Exhibition of 39 photographs taken by
WHO, inaugurated by H.E. Mr. Jagat Prakash Nadda, Hon’ble
Minister of Health & Family Welfare, 19th May, 2015
• ‘BUDDHIST HERITAGE OF THE WORLD’ (Photographed in 19 regions
in 17 countries)
Indian Council for Cultural Relations, New Delhi, April
Nehru Centre, London, from May 15, 2012.
Gandhi Memorial Centre, Washington DC, from May 19, 2012.
Hongwan-ji Temple, Tokyo, from May 24, 2012
Todai-ji Temple, Nara, August, 2012
George Town University, Washington DC, 23rd October to 5th
International Buddhist Festival, Mahabodhi Meditation
Centre, Ladakh, August, 2012
International Buddhist Conclave, Varanasi, Ministry of
Tourism, Govt. of India, September, 2012
India International Centre, New Delhi, January, 2013.
Vesak Celebrations of The Light of Asia Foundation, Sri
Lanka, May, 2013
International Buddhist Confederation, Founder’s Conclave,
New Delhi, September, 2013
Indira Gandhi National Center for the Arts, New Delhi,
November 13-30 2013, inaugurated by His Holiness the Dalai
Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, put up by Tibet
House April, 2014
Mauritius, March, 2013
• PLURALISTIC CULTURE OF INDIA
Festival of India in Nicosia, Cyprus, 30th March – 7th April,
2015. My photographic exhibition was held, along with the
screening of my film ‘Poetry of the Hills’ on Kangra Miniature
India Culture day, Nicosia, Cyprus, 24th January, 2016.
• IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF THE BUDDHA
Kong, inaugurated by Honourable Mr. Tsang Tak-sing, Secretary
of Home Affairs, June 2014
• ‘THE PATH OF COMPASSION’
Photographs of Buddhist Monuments and Art Heritage: An
exhibition covering 48 major Buddhist sites all over India and
other Asian countries.
Kyoto: Otani University, 7-9-2004 to 27-9-2004, inaugurated
by the President, Otani University and H.E. the Ambassador of
Kyoto: Otani University, International Cultural Centre, on
permanent display from 2007.
Kyoto: Ryukoku University, on permanent display from December
Matsushima: Zuiganji Temple, March 2005
Tokyo: Naritasan Temple, 1-4-2005 to 20-4-2005
Tokyo: Komazawa University, May 2006
Bussho Gonenkai, Japan, 2005
Kyushu: Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, 2005
Koen-ji Temple: Gunma, Japan, October 2005
Berlin: Embassy of India, 2-4-2008 to 14-4-2008.
Bangkok: Mahidol University, Thailand, May 24-31, 2007,
Conference of South and Southeast Asian Association for the
Study of Culture and Religion.
Bangkok: National Gallery of Thailand, September-October,
Bangkok: Mahidol University, August to December 2006
Bangkok: The Festival of India, 1996
Colombo: National Art Gallery, October 2003, inaugurated by
the honourable Minister for Human Resource Development,
Education and Cultural Affairs, Government of Sri Lanka and
the honourable Minister of External Affairs, Government of
Kandy, Sri Lanka, International Buddhist Conference, March,
Butala Sri Lanka, February, 2011
Colombo: India Cultural Centre, March 27 – April 3, 2008
Colombo, held by the High Commissioner of India, January,
Colombo, India Cultural Centre, on permanent display
Kandy: April, 2009
Kandy: 4-10 February 2010
Almaty: National Library of Kazakhstan, October 2006.
Mandalay: Mahamuni Pagoda, 23-1-2005 to 15-3-2005,
inaugurated by H.E. the Ambassador of India.
Myanmar: World Buddhist Summit, December 2004.
Myanmar: Shwedagon Pagoda, Yangon, on permanent display from
Shanghai: Jade Buddha Temple, on permanent display from
Dun Huang Research Academy: On permanent display from 31st
May, 2006, inaugurated by Honourable Defence Minister,
Government of India.
Beijing: December 2004.
Beijing: 26-1-2005, Embassy of India, as part of the
celebrations of the Republic Day of India.
Beijing: October, 2005, as part of the Festival of India in
Mt. Wutai: China, on permanent display from January, 2007
Yungang Grottoes: China, on permanent display from January,
Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia: On permanent display from 2004.
Taiwan: Taipei Municipal Library, 10/01/2008 to 29/02/2008
Taiwan: India-Taipei Association, displayed in many
institutions in Taiwan, 2007-2008
Taipei, Taiwan, National Central Library, August, 2010
The Government has also held this exhibition at Washington
DC, Paris, and Phnom Penh.
Moscow: 27-1-2004 to 9-2-2004, Oriental Center of Russia,
Moscow, Indian Embassy, on permanent display from 2008.
St. Petersburg, August, 2005.
Ulan Ude, Fine Arts Museum, 2006
Belgrade, Yugoslavia: Hyatt Regency Hotel, 3rd – 16th
Travelling exhibition in Yugoslavia, 2004
Cairo: Maulana Azad Centre for Culture, inaugurated by Dr.
Farouk Hosni, Minister of Culture of Egypt, 10-17, November,
Taj Mahal, Agra: 19-11-2002 to 15-1-2003, held by the
Archaeological Survey of India.
Spiti: Tabo Monastery, on permanent display from March, 2005.
New Delhi: Hotel Ashok, 31-1-2003 to 28-2-2003, inaugurated
by the honourable Minister for Tourism & Culture, Government
The National Museum, New Delhi: February-March, 2004,
inaugurated by the honourable Minister for Tourism & Culture,
Government of India.
Varanasi: Buddha Mahotsav, 2000
Kuala Lumpur: Buddhist Maha Vihara, 7-5-2005 to 22-5-2005,
inaugurated by honourable Deputy Minister for Youth and
Sports, Government of Malaysia.
Kuala Lumpur, for Wesak Celebrations, May, 2009
Indian Cultural Centre, Kuala Lumpur, on permanent display
Vientiane: April 4-10, 2006, National Cultural Hall, Laos.
Mithila Museum, Niigata has held the exhibition in every part
of Japan at over 100 locations from 2005-2006 onwards.
Seoul: SNU Museum and Jogeye Temple, October 2006. Is
scheduled to also be held in many parts of South Korea for a
period of one year, up to October 2007.
Nalanda, February 2010, International Buddhist Conclave
China, going as part of the FESTIVAL OF INDIA, 2010
• VELHA GOA,
an exhibition of photographs of the churches of Old Goa.
Copenhagen: Asia House, 28-1-2005 to 2-2-2005, inaugurated by
the Bishop of Copenhagen.
Rome: Cineporto, “Roman Summer”, Festival of the City of
Rome, 10-7-2004 to 18-7-2004, inaugurated by H.E. the
Ambassador of India.
Arequipa: University of Arequipa, Peru, December 2004
Agra: The Taj Mahal, 17-4-2003 to 16-5-2003, held by
Archaeological Survey of India, inaugurated by Bishop of Agra
and Cultural Counsellor, Embassy of Portugal
Delhi: Embassy of Portugal, November-December 2003,
inaugurated by H.E. the Ambassador of Portugal.
Delhi, Azad Bhawan Gallery, ICCR, August 2010
Kolkata: West Bengal Cultural Centre, 26-8-2003 to 9-9-2003,
inaugurated by H.E. the Ambassador of Portugal.
Goa: Mariott Resort, June 2003, inaugurated by H.E. the
Ambassador of Portugal.
Dublin: 11-4-2005 to 23-4-2005
Berlin: Potsdam, April, 2005
Lima: March, 2005
Ica: March 2005
Paris: Chapelle, Missions Etrangeres de Paris, 11-03-2005 to
Lisbon: June, 2005, inauguration by the honourable Foreign
Minister, Government of Portugal.
Lisbon: Lusiada University of Lisbon, 16-05-2006 to
Lisbon, Portugal, Institute Comoes, 26 May – 9 June, 2011
Carifuna, Ministry of Culture, the Guyana National Museum and
the Indian High Commission, April 2010. Inaugurated by Dr.
Frank Anthony, Minister of Culture, Youth and Sport,
Government of Guyana.
Sacramento: University of Sacramento, California, September
2005 till May 2006.
Washington DC: Embassy of India, May 2008.
Salvodor: National Palace, Brazil, 5-10-2005 to 31-10-2005.
Panama, February 2006
Bogota: Colombia, 2005
Havana: Cuba, September, 2005
On permanent display at the Basilica of Bom Jesus, Old Goa,
from December, 2004.
Mexico, going as part of the FESTIVAL OF INDIA, 2010
Sofia University Bulgaria, 18th to 30th April, 2011,
inaugurated by HE. Mr. Divyabh Manchanda, Ambassador of India.
BRICS Summit, Brazil, July 14-15, 2014.
Harare, February –March, 2015
• AJANTA: THE UNSEEN JEWEL PHOTOGRAPHED BY BENOY K BEHL:
A major exhibition of the photographs of the Ajanta paintings
created by the National Museum of India
The National Museum, New Delhi: 21-6-2002 to 4-8-2002,
inaugurated by the honourable Minister for Tourism & Culture,
Government of India.
Lumbini: November–December, 2004, inaugurated by the
honourable Prime Minister of Nepal, held as part of the Second
International Buddhist Conference.
Kathmandu: 5-1-2005 to 19-1-2005, Nepal Art Council.
Guwahati: March 2003
Shillong: April 2003
• AJANTA REDISCOVERED:
An exhibition of photographs of the Ajanta paintings
Hong Kong: The Fung Ping Shan Museum, 1995, inaugurated by
H.E. the Consul General of India
Mumbai: Cymroza Art Gallery, March 1993, inaugurated by H.E.
the Governor of Maharashtra and Goa
• Photographs of Indian and Asian mural paintings are on
permanent display in the Paintings Gallery of the National
Museum, New Delhi.
• Ajanta photographs are on permanent display in the Media
Room of the Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India,
South Block, Secretariat, New Delhi.
• LADAKH: A CRADLE OF BUDDHIST CULTURE:
An exhibition of photographs of the monasteries of Ladakh.
New Delhi: Rajiv Gandhi Foundation, 1997, along with a
Seminar on the Monasteries of Ladakh where the keynote paper
and a Proposed Action Plan for the Conservation of the
Monasteries of Ladakh were also presented.
New Delhi: India Habitat Centre, 1998, inaugurated by the
honourable Minister for Defence, Government of India.
New Delhi: India Habitat Centre, 1999, sponsored by KPMG.
• MURALS OF INDIA:
An exhibition of photographs of the scarcely-seen early wall
paintings of India.
London: Nehru Centre, permanent display of a selection of
photographs from January, 2005.
Rome: The National Museum of Oriental Art (G. Tucci), July
16- October 11, 2009. Held by the Ministry of Heritage &
Culture, Govt. of Italy, National Museum of Oriental Art and
Indian Council for Cultural Relations.
Port Louis, Mauritius Indira Gandhi Centre for Indian
Culture, High Commission of India and the Mauritius Museums
Council, September 15-24, 2010. Inaugurated by Rt. Honourable
Sir Anerood Jugnauth, GCSK, KCMG, QC, President of the
Republic of Mauritius.
Kolkata, Nandlal Bose Gallery, ICCR, June 1-15, 2008
• INDIA: A CONFLUENCE OF CULTURE:
An exhibition of photographs of the multi-cultural heritage of
India, photographed by Benoy K Behl. Held by the Ministry of
Tourism, Government of India at:
London: September, 2005.
Paris: September, 2005.
Tokyo: September, 2005.
New York: September, 2005.
New Delhi: September, 2005.
Mumbai: September, 2005.
Chennai: September, 2005.
Kolkata: September, 2005.
The European Parliament, 16th to 21st October, 2006.
Frankfurt: Frankfurt Book Fair, 2006.
New Delhi: 26th September, 2006, Ashoka Hotel, World Tourism
Day celebrations of the Government of India.
• THE LEGACY OF AJANTA:
The classic murals of India and other countries of South Asia,
photographed by Benoy K Behl. An exhibition held by IGNCA
New Delhi: Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts,
25-11-2005 to 10-12-2005.
• THE PATH TO NIRVANA:
Photographic exhibition to commemorate the 2550th anniversary
of the Mahaparinirvana of Lord Buddha, held by the Ministry of
Tourism and Culture, Government of India. (Two-thirds of the
exhibition is my photographs).
New Delhi: Vigyan Bhawan, 13-05-2006, inaugurated by Dr.
Manmohan Singh, Honourable Prime Minister of India.
New Delhi: National Museum, May and June, 2006.
• THE SANCHI STUPAS & THE BEGINNINGS OF BUDDHIST ART:
On permanent display at M.P. Tourism hotel at Sanchi, from
New Delhi, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, April – May 2009.
• INCREDIBLE DIVERSITY: REDISCOVERING INDIA’S ANCIENT
LEGACY OF COMPASSION:
Govt. of India celebrations of India @ 60 at New York, 22nd –
28th September, 2007.
• LEGACY OF COMPASSION,
on the monuments of many faiths in India :
London, Nehru Centre, 2009.
Berlin, Embassy of India, 2009
Madrid, Embassy of India, 2009
Valladolid , Spain, Casa de la India, 2009
• THE MONASTERIES OF RINCHEN ZANGPO,
in India and Tibet: Held by India International Centre, as
part of IIC Festival of the Arts, October 2007
Miranda House College, Delhi University, November, 2008.
Qutub Minar, New Delhi, February and March, 2009 held by the
Survey of India, Delhi Circle.
Ulan Ude: as part of the Festival of India, July, 2009.
Moscow: as part of the Festival of India, August, 2009.
New Delhi: Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, 15th
September- 15th October, 2009.
Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, September 24 –
October 22, 2009.
Delhi, Azad Bhawan, ICCR, 24th September to 20th October,
• KHAJURAHO: THE GREATEST TEMPLE CITY.
New Delhi, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, January-February 2010.
• ISLAMIC ARCHITECTURE OF INDIA
Delhi, Indian Council for Cultural Relations, Azad Bhavan,
Jakarta, on behalf of Indian Council for Cultural Relations,
May, 2010Kuala Lampur, Museum of Islamic Art, opened by
Minister for Information,
Communications and Culture, Government of Malaysia, held by
the Museum, the Indian High Commission and Reliance
Investments, Malaysia. October and November, 2010
Colombo, Zahira College, March, 2012
Colombo, JDA Perara Gallery, inaugurated by Sri Lanka Justice
Minister and High Commissioner of India, February 2012
New Delhi, Jamia Milia Islamia University, December, 2012 and
October- November, 2013.
Kuwait, held by the Government of Kuwait and the Embassy of
India, May, 2013
Abbu Dhabi, held by the Embassy of India, April, 2014
Kuwait, The Prince’s School of Traditional Arts, September 21
to October 3, 2014
Doha, held by the Embassy of India, from 21st September, 2014
Katara International Festival, Qatar, December, 2014
Celebration of Indian Culture, National Library of Kuwait,
held by Embassy of India, December, 2015
• ISLAMIC MONUMENTS OF INDIA AND INDONESA
Mosque of Jakarta, February 16-27, 2015
Baruga Andi Pangerang Pettarani Universities Hasanuddin,
Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Maulana Hasanuddin,
Mohammadiyah University in Central Jakarta
• PLURALISTIC CULTURE OF INDIA
held by the Embassy of India, March, 2015
Rajshahi, Bangladesh, held by Embassy of India, March, 2015
• BUDDHIST HERITAGE OF SOUTH ASIA
Buddhist Cultural Centre, held by SAARC Regional Cultural
Centre, inaugurated by the Minister of External Affairs,
Government of Sri
Lanka, August, 2012
Dhaka, Bengal Foundation and Indira Gandhi Cultural Centre,
the Minister of Industries, Government of Bangladesh, January
• BUDDHIST HERITAGE OF SRI LANKA
International Centre, New Delhi, sponsored by the High
Commission of Sri Lanka and the India – Sri Lanka Foundation,
• MONUMENTS OF BANGLADESH -THROUGH INDIAN EYES
Bangldesh, held by Embassy of India, March, 2015
and directed acclaimed documentary films on subjects of Indian
art and culture. These include:
PAINTINGS OF INDIA" a series of 26
documentaries made for DOORDARSHAN, on the tradition of
painting in India, from pre-historic times till the present
day. This series addresses the entire subject for the
first time and includes filming of ancient painted caves and
temples and in museums across the world.
films have been screened for educational purposes by
University of London; University of Hamburg; University of
Ireland; Otani University, Kyoto; Victoria and Albert Museum,
London; Asian Art Museum, San Francisco; Rubin Museum of Art,
New York; Boston College, Boston; Wellesley College, MA;
British Library, London; Chester Beatty Library, Dublin; Nehru
Centre, London; India Habitat Centre, New Delhi; National
Centre for the Performing Arts, Mumbai; St. Stephen’s
College, Delhi; Gargi College, Delhi; Delhi College of Art;
Spic Macay; Government Museum, Chennai and C.P.Ramaswami Aiyar
Many sites of mural paintings have been photographed and
documented for the first time in this project, all over
India and also in other countries of Asia. Over 2,500
selected masterpieces of miniature paintings have also been
archived for the first time. The Limca
Book of Records has listed this shooting schedule
as the most extensive shooting which has ever been carried
out. The series is the first documentary series to be
telecast on Sunday morning primetime on the National Channel
of Doordarshan. The DOORDARSHAN: PRASAR BHARATI
(Broadcasting Corporation of India) calendar for 2003 was on
the theme of the series THE PAINTINGS OF INDIA.
series of documentaries made for DOORDARSHAN, on the World Heritage Monuments
of India made for television, as part of the celebration of 50 years of
List of subjects photographed
photography of the previously-unphotographed 10th century
Chola and 17th century Nayaka paintings in the narrow and dark
confines of the inner ambulatory of the BRHADISVARA temple at
Thanjavur, on behalf of the Indira Gandhi National Center for
the Arts. Also made archaeological discoveries of
numerous sculptural figures while carrying out this assignment.
Pioneering photography of remote but important sites of mural
painting in India, Sri
Lanka, Thailand, Indonesia and Myanmar.
Carried out first-ever photography of the mural paintings in
the early monasteries of Bhutan.
Comprehensive photo-documentation of KOODIYATTAM,
the ancient Sanskrit classical dance-drama and oldest
performing art of India, on behalf of PARISAR, Government of
Detailed photo-documentation of the ancient CHAM
TEMPLES and sculptures all over VIETNAM, as well as
the small Cham community who still survive in that country,
for the Indian Council for Cultural Relations, Government of
India. These monuments and culture are what is left of the
Champa kingdom that ruled most of Central and South Vietnam
from the 2nd to the 16th centuries.
Carried out documentation of the sites associated with the
LIFE OF THE BUDDHA and the development of Buddhism, in India and
other Asian countries. An exhibition of the photographs
entitled THE PATH OF COMPASSION has been held in many
cities around the world. .
Detailed documentation and study of the paintings
of the BUDDHIST
MONASTERIES OF LADAKH , SPITI AND KINNAUR in the Indian Himalayas.
These are a very important link between the previous Buddhist
art of India and the later art to follow in other Asian
countries. This work has been presented in illustrated
lectures held by the India International Centre, New Delhi;
The India Habitat Centre, New Delhi; The Japan Foundation, New
Delhi; The National Centre for the Performing Arts, Mumbai;
The National Gallery of Modern Art, Mumbai; the Department of
Fine Arts of the University of Hong Kong; and the Mahidol
Images of selected masterpieces of Ajanta paintings have been
digitally restored. This has been carried out with extreme
care and intimate knowledge of the paintings. Graffiti has
been removed and faded color restored. The work has been done
in a minimal manner with due ethics and care.
Research and documentation of the ancient Buddhist monasteries
in the State of Arunachal Pradesh and drawn up a report for
their proposed conservation as an Advisor to the State
Special workshops in ADVANCED PHOTOGRAPHY on behalf of the
Government of India, for the students of premier educational
institutions, including the National Institute of Design, the
M.S. University Baroda, the School of Architecture and others.
on BUDDHIST SITES & ART HERITAGE produced for the Ministry
of Tourism & Culture, Government of India.
Prepared reports for the Departments of the Government of
India on subjects related to HERITAGE CONSERVATION and presented
papers at International and National Conferences on Conservation
and on DIGITAL IMAGING TECHNOLOGY.
Made major breakthroughs in the photography
important and ancient paintings which are in the dark confines
of caves and temples in India and were previously not
photographed with accuracy. This has been done with the
development of a technique of photographing accurately in
conditions of extremely low light. In fact, it has been
noted by eminent experts world-wide that this technique has
captured the colours and details much more vividly that
conventional photography with the use of strong lights.
the words of the Director General of the Archaeological Survey
of India “I have a feeling of pride on your successful
achievement. You have really conquered the darkness.”
Sadashiv V. Gorakshkar, Director, Prince of Wales Museum of
Western India,. Bombay says about these Ajanta photographs
that they “reveal a lot more than met the eye. There
is no doubt that his work will compel a re-evaluation of the
art and style of Ajanta paintings.”
Milo C. Beach, Director, Arthur M. Sackler Gallery & Freer
Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., USA
states “You have provided the most thorough and the best
documentation of Ajanta that I have ever seen, and I hope it
will inspire new study of the wall-paintings at the site.”
OF BIRTH : 10th September, 1956.
QUALIFICATIONS : Indian School Certificate Examination,
1972. Mount St. Mary's School. Delhi Cantt.
(Honours in English), 1976, St. Stephen's College, Delhi
Integrated Course in Cinema, The Film & Television Institute
of India, Pune, 1981.
Fellow of the Department of Culture, Government of India
Advisory Board, National Academy of Art (Lalit Kala
of National Committee on Eco-Tourism and Mountains, Government
to Ministry of Tourism, Government of India for the
successful UNESCO World Heritage Listing of the Mahabodhi
Temple at Bodh Gaya.
Heritage Committee, Government of Andhra Pradesh.
Behl and the Ecstasy of Aesthetics - Hindustan Times,
August 10, 2001
a mission for Indian art - Mumbai Midday, September
the Art Divide - India Today, March 18, 2002
Around to Preserve Cultural Heritage - The Times
of India, October 2, 2001
colours, different strokes - The Hindu, Delhi, May
sheds light on dark inner sanctum - Hongkong Standard,
February 19, 1995
in night photography - Indian Express, New Delhi,
September 29, 1991
pat for photo feat
- The Hindustan Times, March 6 1992
in the times of war
search for forgotten monasteries
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