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Deb Mukharji
Deb Mukharji made multiple treks across the entire stretch of the Himalaya over six decades. The result is a photographic documentation spanning India, Nepal, Bhutan and Tibet and five Indian states (Arunachal Pradesh, Sikkim, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Ladakh). He has curated a selection of…
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Deb Mukharji
How long has been your association with photography? When did you start as a photographer?   I started with a Kodak box camera in 1949. A few years later, I acquired a Voigtlander Bessa I of the 120 format. Eventually, I went on to several models of Canon 35 mm. After Kodachrome stopped production…
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Deb Mukharji
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Bernier, Ronald M. 1983. ‘Tradition and Invention in Himachal Pradesh Temple Arts’, in Artibus Asiae 44.1:65–91.   ———. 1997. Himalayan Architecture. Madison: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press; London: Associated University Press.   Blackburn, Stuart H. 1985. ‘Death and Deification: Folk…
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Mansi Shah and Jay Thakkar
  A legacy of distinctive traditional building practice known as kath-khuni construction, survives and thrives in the Himalayan hills of India. A natural extension to the knowledge of forbidding landscape, harsh climate, availability of local materials and tools, the resultant building practice is…
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