Jaipur Literature Festival has become an annual pilgrimage for writers and journalists in India. The greatest literary show on earth came to London's iconic Southbank Centre last weekend offering a two day window to what makes JLF unmissable. The London edition had the intimacy that Jaipur has lost due to increasing crowds every year. These pictures are a report from the festival and attempt to capture its mood and highlights.
Kavi Bhansali is a documentary and editorial photographer and video producer. He is also partner at Oijo, a new media company that created The Big Indian Picture, a magazine of cinema and culture, and runs BalconyTV, a music platform, in India.
The purpose of this project is to capture not just prominent politicians or events but also the smaller details that are no less extraordinary. Such as a Modi lookalike who prays to him at a make-shift altar, an AAP supporting auto rickshaw driver with a 'Kejriwal muffler' or a poster by the Communist Ghadar Party where you might least expect it.
12/02/2015 8:09 AM IST
SIGN UP FOR OUR GLOBAL WOMEN'S NEWSLETTER
Get the best stories of women challenging the status quo around the world in your inbox each week. Newsletters may offer personalized content or advertisements. Learn more