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.
New Media Consultant
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
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