When the photograph becomes more interesting and more beautiful than what was photographed.
Laughter is the only warmth that sweeps the winter from one’s face.
School children cross-mist on their way to school in New Delhi on Thursday early morning. At least 47 people have died because of a biting cold wave sweeping northern India over the last two weeks. Photograph:- RAJ K RAJ/HT
Farmers walk through fields at the bank of river Yamuna in New Delhi on Thursday Morning. Photograph:- RAJ K RAJ/HT
Here’s a man who is rushing to his office after a holy dip in the Ganges. On the contrary, there’s another who is carrying his mother to the river so that she can have that precious dip considered to be sacred by Hindus – a rare sight in this fast-paced age. The world is changing fast and with it human beings. True, we are all running after money, but does that mean that we should turn our back on our duties towards the society? South 24 Parganas, West Bengal. Photgraph: Ashok Nath Dey/HT
In a natural place nothing feels like a waste of time.
Peacocks in full bloom in Delhi Zoo just before the rains on Saturday in the capital. Photograph: Virendra Singh Gosain/HT
On a large enough time line, the survival rate for everyone drops to zero.
A Painted Stork with its catch at Delhi Zoo. HT Photo: Virendra Singh Gosain
The last thing hunger needs is another religion.
Monkey picks up the banana which was offered to Lord Hanuman at Hanuman Temple in New Delhi. Photograph:- RAJ K RAJ/HT
Boatman playing boat on the foam formed by poluted water in the river yamuna at Okhla in New Delhi on 17 January 2008. Photo by Mohd Zakir
Asharemik of Balak Ashram ( Students of Boyes hostel of Sanskrit School) of Addyapith sanskrit toll enjoying with soccer during free time of their ashram time. North 24. Parganas, west Bengal. Photpgraph: Ashok Nath Dey/HT