“Vanishing Homes of India” is a monochromatic photographic monologue that peeks into social-architectural history and rekindles one’s reverence for one’s roots…
Photo-journalist T. S. Nagarajan’s “Vanishing Homes of India” is a tribute to the world we once lived in – or rather our ancestors lived in. The kind of lifestyles they led, their personal spaces, architecture of yore, and their dress-sense and spatial configurations are captured through the adept monochromatic palette of the photographer’s expertise.
Publishers: The HECAR Foundation
Art Director: Geeta Simoes
Editor: Umaima Mulla-Feroze
Graphic Designer: Avadhut Parsekar