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  • Face on Holi Festival

    An Indian man with his face smeared with colored powder smiles during Holi festival celebrations in Chennai on March 2, 2018. Holi, the popular Hindu spring festival of colors, is observed in India at the end of the winter season on the last full moon of the lunar month, and will be celebrated on March 2 this year. Photo by Arun Sankar / AFP / Getty

  • Colorful Journey Diary of a Globetrotter

    After graduating from Art Center College of Design, Aaron Yuan set off for new lands and became an art director from the hood. His work has given him chances to live in carious parts of the globe, including Hong Kong, Shanghai, Dubai and currently Singapore. Besides moving from work, Aaron Yuan is an avid traveller. When on the road, he has always snapped his journeys and side trips, lugging his 35mm camera and shared his adventures via his travel blog. An interesting thing, on the other hand, is that this travel-lover has an obsession with tacos and craft brews. Once he inhaled 15 carnitas tacos in 30 minutes. He regrets nothing. More information at

  • Orangy India

    Kashmiris walk in the Nishat Bagh Mughal garden in Srinagar, the summer capital of Indian-administered Kashmir, India, in the beginning of November 2017. Autumn colors are reaching their peak as the days are becoming shorter, heralding the approach of winter in Kashmir. Known locally as the "Chinar", this indigenous variety of maple tree can be found in many popular Mughal gardens. Photo by Yawar Nazir / Getty

  • Praying to the Sun God

    An Indian Hindu devotee prays to the sun god as she stands in knee-deep waters in Hussain Sagar Lake during the Chhath Puja festival in Hyderabad, India, at the ednd of October 2017. During Chhath, an ancient Hindu festival, rituals are performed to thank the sun god for sustaining life on earth. Photo by Mahesh Kumar A. / AP

  • Charming India Gateway in the Early Morning

    India-based photographer by passion and lawyer profession Kunal Gaikwad, strongly believes that there are so many unascertained seasons that always pushes him to visit Mumbai, although his working place being in town itself, and for the fact that Mumbai has always been a part of his life. However, when he visited the place around 5 o’clock in the morning, Kunal Gaikwad realised that all those factors are nothing matters, but the biggest factor is the very place itself which mesmerises perennially notwithstanding any other factor! Consequently, we have that chance to see those photos captured on one fine morning at Gateway.

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