Part three of Darpan’s photo series, Four Seasons.
Part 2 of Premgit’s photo essay, Earth, Love, Divine, documents the festival celebrating Murugan, the warrior son of Shiva.
Saku, Osho Risk’s in-house photographer, shows playful and creative pictures, some taken (and staged) during the initial lockdown phase in Denmark.
Ajit remembers how he tried to get Osho to a photosession at the Hanumantal Jain Dharmshala, located close to where he was staying.
In two slide shows a preview of the photos that will be included in Michael Sudheer’s upcoming photo book.
Swiss photographer and musician, Chandra, offers an experiment for lovers of photography. A switch from the subject to the object. From the result to the present moment.
A small selection from Prabhat’s photographs taken in Tel Aviv, Israel, during the coronavirus lockdown and social distancing time.
Suha met Nabil Ghandi at Osho Tapoban in Nepal and introduced us to him. We asked a few questions about his passion – and profession: photography.
In a short note Veet reflects on a photo of a photographer’s grandmother recently exhibited in an art gallery.
A selection of portrait photos taken by late photographer, Dinubhai M Rawal. His son Bipinbhai remembers events he had heard from his father – as told to Anuragi.
Edward Burtynsky’s images show ‘the indelible marks left by humankind on the geological face of our planet’. They are surreal and glorious at first sight, writes Cameron Laux. Published on BBC, October 17, 2018.
Video of stunning wildlife photos from around the world, shown at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History in Washington, DC, USA. Published on BBC on November 26, 2018.
New photos by Prabhat (Nimi Getter): “It is an alive and busy town trying to conjure a normal reality, such as known from any other big city in the western world.”
Nyay Bhushan presents his recently published photobook: “Most of the photographs in this book, celebrating the first decade of my art photography, were taken at numerous dance performances in New Delhi, India.”
“Rome is a place of extremes where everything coexists in a pulsing, passionate chaos of life and art. It’s an explosion of the senses,” writes Navyo as he presents his latest photos from the Eternal City.
On a recent visit to Manhattan, New York, Sudheer captured black and white impression of new buildings.
A thousand years of Tibetan masterpieces revealed for the first time. Writer and photographer Thomas Laird’s 10-year project records crumbling Buddhist murals before they are lost. Published in The Guardian on May 6, 2018.
A short story narrated to Anuragi by Vishnu who, as a 23-year-old, met Osho in October 1972 in Mt. Abu where he took three photographs, published here for the first time.
Rarely a day goes by without a glance at Mt Ariake. It is not fully visible from our house but towers majestically over the whole surrounding village and beyond, says Surendra.
Navyo visits (with his camera) the Gloucester Cathedral in England. “The cloisters are a masterpiece, a manifestation in stone of the mystical realms of the spirit,” he asserts.
A series of unpublished photos taken during Osho’s early travels, from Satish’s precious photo album. They were scanned in by Anuragi for us to share.
Surendra observed the growing of the rice in Nagano, Japan and documented his findings with his new digital camera, saying that “This year has seen a leap from many years of black and white photography into colour.”
Devesh shares a mixed selection of photographs; “I rarely go looking for images, rather I find myself surprised and inspired by the things I see around me, almost all the time.”
Nandan recently discovered photos that were taken in Rajneeshpuram, Oregon, USA, mostly during the first years of the commune.
From the northern lights to noctilucent clouds, the range of subjects in this year’s competition covers all things astronomical. Here is a selection of the shortlisted images. Published on BBC on August 2, 2017.
A series of Avinasho’s playful photographs. “I never wanted to portray the world as a postcard and so started to ‘play’ with my camera without ever reading the instruction manual…”
Petra Huber’s photographs of olive trees and others that grow on the Greek island Corfu. “Trees give me a feeling of peace and protection…”
Excerpt from the book, ‘When A Real Lion Meets A Real Master’ by Swatantra Sarjano, who recalls taking photographs of Osho in Kathmandu, at the beginning of Osho’s world tour.
Navyo’s collection of b/w photos of staircases he took in Italy. “The curve of a spiral stair echoing the feminine, the angled corners of a boxed stairwell the masculine. It’s a play of form the architects clearly intended and can be seen throughout the country.”
Surendra explores the Japanese countryside for abandoned buildings and sees that death really is at the heart of life.
Navyo shows a small selection of images captured in the manner of the flâneur, the perfect mood for taking stunning photos ‘on the go’.