These Stunning Photographs from India Will Make You Fall In Love With The Heartland

By Siddharth Birla

“When words become unclear, I shall focus with photographs. When images become inadequate, I shall be content with silence.” ― Ansel Adams

In November, India’s biggest photo contest engine Photofie, along with Jaipur Art Summit set out on a search for photographs that best depicted the heart and soul of India. 30 days and 600 entries later, the result was a stunning gallery of pictures from the Indian heartland.

Cherry picked by top photographers Jasminder Oberai and Sanchit Sethi, the best 25 entries will be showcased at the 4th edition of Jaipur Art Summit from 7-11 December at Ravindra Manch in Jaipur.

What’s more? These stunning frames will also be up for sale, so if you fall in love with one you can take them home. To amp up your excitement, here is a glimpse of some of the winning entries:

I Have to Walk Miles Before I Sleep

Photographer: Sayed Wasi

The Art of Pottery Painting

Photographer: Ayush Devpura

Maanjha (Abrasive Strings)

Photographer: Sanyog Misra

The Ritual of Tarpana

Photographer: Debarshi Mukherjee

In The Queue

Photographer: Sanghamitra Sarkar

Gender Partiality

Photographer: Mridul Vaibhav

Messengers to God

Photographer: Taha Ahmed

Flying Machine

Photographer: Subho Biswas

Homeless God

Photographer: Mohammed Amir Khan

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