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Yatra, A Photographic Journey Through India

Yatra, A Photographic Journey Through India


Yatra, A
Photographic Journey Through India

Wellington photographer and Scoop Independent News contributor presents a fascinating photo exhibition, to mark 'Diwali', the indian new year
Yatra, A Photographic Journey Through India
18 - 28 October 2008, Michael Fowler Centre, Wellington

In sanskrit, the ancient indian language at the root of many modern european languages, "yatra" is a word which signifies spiritual journey or quest. “Yatra” is also a fascinating exploration of India by Wellington photographer Karim Sahai. In the images of his photographic odyssey across Assam, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal and several other states throughout the subcontinent, Karim Sahai presents the intense hues and surprising aspects of life in India.

See a preview of Karim Sahai’s photographic journey on: http://www.indiaphotojourney.com

“Yatra, A Photographic Journey Through India” was made possible with the support of Canon New Zealand and is part of a series of events in Wellington, marking Diwali, the indian new year.

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