“If Bangalore was a song and the lyrics were the ages the city has seen this book, quite incomparably, is the tune the city has been searching for all these years” –  DNA

Did you know that there are several cities within Bangalore? Did you know that a centuries old festival is beacon of communal harmony in Bangalore? Did you know that Chamarajpet in south Bangalore was the cultural centre of the city and shaped many a writers, artists and musicians? Did you know about the Jazz scene of Bangalore in the 40s? To discover a unique perspective of the city that has never been photographed or written about before, buy this independently published Bengaluru/Bangalore In First Person Singular. Through my photographs, I have explored how the city has changes and the constants that have shaped the city. This book is an impassioned plea to support the arts and creativity to drive the true growth of Bangalore. It is not about the old versus the new nor is it about the history of the city, it is about what the city can be.

“The book is a celebration of India, people and the land.. It is an inspiring effort and demonstrates what can be achieved by photography.” The Hindu

The first volume of Unsung was published in 2007 as a response to our celebrity lead hero culture. Four years in the making,  it assumed the mantle of a catalyst for change when it helped raise over Rs. 9 million to the causes of the heroes we featured. The first volume sold over 6000 copies, was translated to Malayalam. The second volume was published in 2016.