India Through My Eyes

by shayoni 17. September 2013 01:58
I am confused; this besides being perplexed at the ambiguity of my existence. Photography and writing have given me exuberant highs and abysmal lows! It has made me sensitive, but has also induced compassion fatigue. It has brought me fame, but at ti... [More]

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Raising Anuraag - The Music of my Life

by shayoni 7. September 2013 08:38
Raising Anuraag, Sunil Vaidyanathan, The Maverick,a slice of life [More]

PERSONALISED HOME TUITIONS AVAILABLE AT MAROL FOR ICSE SCHOOL STUDENTS

by shayoni 18. May 2013 12:05
PERSONALISED HOME TUITIONS AVAILABLE AT MAROL FOR ICSE SCHOOL STUDENTS   Up to standard V – all subjects except Hindi and Marathi  Standards VI to XII – English   Along with regular classes, we offer the following... [More]

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Photography Workshops

by shayoni 22. January 2013 23:43
Photography workshops [More]

The Portrait Studio

by shayoni 3. January 2013 00:48

Updated CV Sunil Vaidyanathan

by shayoni 27. December 2012 23:28
sunil vaidyanathan, scribesontheroad, Mumbai authors, mumbai photojournalists [More]

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Important Announcements

Just Another Day

by Sunil Vaidyanathan 30. March 2011 05:04
In the afternoon they came unto a land In which it seemed always afternoon All round the coast the languid air did swoon Breathing like one that hath a weary dream  Tennyson—The Lotus Eaters    I awaken, it has not been ... [More]

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The Seven Cities of Delhi

by Sunil Vaidyanathan 30. March 2011 04:54
  Delhi is steeped in antiquity and legend; it is perhaps one of the few States in India, where historical glories and windfalls exist in well-preserved pockets, carefully camouflaged by a modern metropolis. It has been a mute witness to t... [More]

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Pushkar

by Sunil Vaidyanathan 30. March 2011 04:51
Pushkar   Pushkar, one of India’s holiest sites is a delightful little village right on the edge of the Thar Desert. Just 11 kms from Ajmer, it is separated from its more populous twin by the ‘Nag Pahar’ or snake mount... [More]

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Travel Writing Resources

by Sunil Vaidyanathan 30. March 2011 04:49
At the behest of all our readers and friends we have put together a few resources and websites that might be of interest to travel writers and journalists.   Travel writing can be fun and gratifying, but doing it well takes a lot of ... [More]

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