The skyline of my hometown, shimla.
Sunset is when Shimla is at it's prettiest. Pictured are the town's hills.
An evening shot of the shimla skyline
"Bajantris" are musicians of the Himalayan demigods. They play folk music passed on by generations.
Two carriages or "Palkis" on which the idol figures of himalayan demigods are seated, and a devotee on guard.
"Dhoop" are traditional forms of incense sticks that are hand rolled into this shape and ignited.
My team-mates for a shoot I did in 2015 highlighting the musicians of Himachal pradesh
This mixed breed dog was guarding the door of a small hut where the owners of a "dhaba" (small restaurant) lived, along the highwa…
An unknown himalayan peak stands taller than the rest
The night sky above Theog's city lights
Long exposure photograph of a temple at "Devi-Mor", (between the villages of Theog and Matiana, Himachal Pradesh, India)
My team-mate Ramanuj Sharma, on the way to a shoot at Hatu temple, Narkanda
A few hundred meters short of the Hatu temple (North India), the road was overcome by an avalanche.
An incredible attention to detail is paid to the decoration on top of a demigod's "palki"
It is said that while carrying the "palkis" (carriages) of these demigods, the bearers feel no weight
A bajantri (musician) carries his Karnaal, an S-shaped horn
A dhol drum player plays with an ensemble of other bajantris (musicians)
A man wearing the traditional himachali topi.
A bakery keeper prepares to close shop for the day
Riwalsar, a small religious town near Mandi (Himachal Pradesh, India)