Garbage City: Mysore's Makeshift Dump Yards

It's something we've all become quite immune to: little mounts of garbage lining pavements, larger hillocks of trash gracing street corner, roads littered with debris and filth of unknown provenance. One thing is clear: waste is seriously mismanaged in India and an indication of a failure of civic sense as well as governance. Mysore is one city where this failure is clearly evident, especially in the empty lands outside the city that have over the years been colonised by ton upon ton of solid waste.
Tejaswi Tej

Lalbagh: The Jewel of Bengaluru

It was after a decade that I walked inside Lalbagh with a camera in hand. But I had no idea of its history, its chronicles and the great human beings who made Lalbagh happen, until I started exploring its past. I'm sure most of us, just like I did, think of Lalbagh as just an old and huge green park. Here's my attempt to get to its roots. It is something that I feel every true Bangalorean deserves to know.