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by Raghubir Singh

  • ISBN: 0500241252
  • Category: Americas
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: Raghubir Singh
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Thames & Hudson; 1st edition (November 1, 1986)
  • Pages: 31
  • ePub book: 1330 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1117 kb
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  • Rating: 4.7
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Ganga: Sacred River of India (1974) River of Colour: The India of Raghubir Singh (1998). Singh published over 14 books. Kerala: The Spice Coast of India (1986), Thames and Hudson, London and New York; Chêne, Paris.

Ganga: Sacred River of India (1974) River of Colour: The India of Raghubir Singh (1998). Raghubir Singh (1942–1999) was an Indian photographer, most known for his landscapes and documentary-style photographs of the people of India. He was a self-taught photographer who worked in India and lived in Paris, London and New York. Banaras: The Sacred City of India (1987), Thames and Hudson, London and New York Chêne, Paris.

Shows India's west coast, describes the life of fishermen, workers, schoolchildren, and farmers, and includes photos of wildlife. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Raghubir Singh (Author).

Shows India's west coast, describes the life of fishermen, workers, schoolchildren, and farmers, and includes photos of wildlife, towns, and cultural events.

Select Format: Hardcover. Shows India's west coast, describes the life of fishermen, workers, schoolchildren, and farmers, and includes photos of wildlife, towns, and cultural events. ISBN13: 9780500241257. Release Date: November 1986.

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Raghubir Singh, whose previous books showed us Rajasthan and Kashmir, provides a spectacular look at the culture and landscape of Kerala and the Malabar Coast. Singh's work goes beyond the typical travelogue and shows us, in depth, the daily life of these diverse people

Raghubir Singh, whose previous books showed us Rajasthan and Kashmir, provides a spectacular look at the culture and landscape of Kerala and the Malabar Coast. Singh's work goes beyond the typical travelogue and shows us, in depth, the daily life of these diverse people. He is one of the best color photographers working today.

Raghubir Singh, in Kerala, provides an interesting insight into the culture and landscape of Kerala and the Malabar Coast. Singh (1942-1999) was best known for his documentary-style, small-format street photography of the people of India. He chose to work in color-color being intrinsic to Indian aesthetics.

Raghubir Singh, strongly and widely acclaimed to be the pioneer of color . Kerala: The Spice Coast of India. You can find more info about Raghubir Singh.

Raghubir Singh, strongly and widely acclaimed to be the pioneer of color photography to this modern world. Today his Photographs and books are not mere inspiration, they serve equal to any educational aspect narrowing down to the aspects of color and composition in any kind of photography. Publications of Raghubir Singh. River of Colour the India of Raghubir Singh. Bombay: Gateway of India. Raghubir Singh: Tamil Nadu. Calcutta: The Home and the Street. The Grand Trunk Road: A Passage Through India.

Author : Raghubir Singh. Shows India's west coast, describes the life of fishermen, workers, schoolchildren, and farmers, and includes photos of wildlife, towns, and cultural events". Users who liked this book, also liked. Publisher : Thames & Hudson Ltd. Book Price. R.,800 on (FREE Delivery) R.,050 kart ( Rs. 60 Shipping Charges). Banaras: Sacred City of India (English). Twinspotting (English). Kashmir: Garden of the Himalayas.

Raghubir Singh was an Indian photographer, most known for his landscapes and documentary-style photographs of the people of India. He was a self-taught photographer. During his career he worked with National Geographic Magazine, The New York Times, The New Yorker and Time. Singh first shifted base to Calcutta to make a career in the tea industry, as had his elder brother before him. This turned out to be unsuccessful, but by this time, he had started to take photographs. In Calcutta, Raghubir Singh met the historian R. P. Gupta, who later wrote for his first book Ganges (1974).

Shows India's west coast, describes the life of fishermen, workers, schoolchildren, and farmers, and includes photos of wildlife, towns, and cultural events