I spent 6 weeks in India in 2006 meeting with working children, their families as well as government officials and NGO workers to learn about child labour. I wrote an official report for World Vision, one of the largest international NGOs. This book is my personal account of that assignment.
Nathan Rabe, also known as ‘’Ajnabi’ is a photographer of Anglo-Indian heritage whose powerful images of (primarily) the Indian subcontinent have been receiving increasing critical praise in recent years. He is self taught but with a photographic heritage that stretches back to the earliest days of photography in India. Indeed, while initially universally dismissed, Rabe’s claims to be linked to the person who took the very first picture in India is now accepted by most critics and scholars of Indian photography.
نقلی شاہکار Published July 23, 2011
The Book of Accouts Published November 04, 2010
27 Photographs of Manila Published May 23, 2010
citr akar Published March 20, 2010
The Art of India Published December 07, 2009
southeastern lands Published July 08, 2009
Dr. Ambedkar's Glasses Published February 28, 2009
guffaw Published October 02, 2008