Ramzan

© Gireesh GV
© Gireesh GV

‘Roshan Chiarg Dilli’, the bright lamp of Delhi

The shrine of Sufi saint Hazrat Naseeruddin Mahmud Roshan Chirag Dilli
© Gireesh GV

The devotees come to pray on Sunday (5th July 2015) at the  shrine of Sufi saint Hazrat Naseeruddin Mahmud Roshan Chirag Dilli

Empowered

Begaluru Photo © GIREESH GV
Sculpture for a religious procession, Majestic, Bengaluru © GIREESH GV
movie poster © GIREESH GV
Kannada movie poster in Majastic, Bengaluru © GIREESH GV
Sex worker © GIREESH GV
Sex worker in Majastic, Bengaluru © GIREESH GV

Habit of reading

Photograph by Gireesh GVIt doesnt concern whether where you are, if one wants to read. Yesterday during my walks around the streets of Nizamuddin , I found this woman standing for long and indulge in reading some urdu publication. Occasionaly i meet such book lovers in Nizammudin, also a place for many activities. I love wandaring around this place, am always invisible to them.

Mr Velu Thampi and an iron fencing

Photo By Gireesh GV

In ‘Statue’ ( a landmark in Trivandrum) among the many statues these iron casted fencing and sculpture of Shri Velu Thampy Dalawa one never forget. Then the secretariat in Trivandrum where most of the political drama take place.

The Kerala Government Secretariat: Over 140 years old, the building’s foundation stone was laid by His Highness Ayilyam Thirunal, the Maharaja of Travancore in 1865 and was completed in 1869. The original structure was planned to accommodate Travancore Royal Durbar Hall where the King meet his council of ministers on monthly basis. It was designed and built under Barton, the then chief engineer of Travancore and incorporates elements of Roman and Dutch architecture.

Velayudhan Chempakaraman Thampi (1765–1809) was the Dalawa or Prime Minister of the Indian kingdom of Travancore between 1802 and 1809 during the reign of His Highness Maharajah Bala Rama Varma Kulasekhara Perumal. He is best known for being one of the earliest individuals to rebel against the British East India Company’s supremacy in India. (Text:WIKI)

Har Ki Pauri, Haridwar

Har Ki Pauri
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Pushkar, woman devotee

Women in Religious rituals.
© Gireesh GV

Welder on a rainy evening

A Welder working on an installation in New Delhi Photo by Gireesh GV
A migrant labor as Welder working on an installationwork in New Delhi,  Photo by Gireesh GV

a night trail

walking on the corridors

at work

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a migrant labor from rural Karnataka at an aluminium cooker factory in Bangalore, India