RSS

Sunil Bhavsar

0 Comments | This entry was posted on May 25 2009

Snil Bhavsar was born with normal sight and subsequently developed low sight. He is a student of the Victoria Memorial School for the Blind. He has interest in arts & crafts and he plays cricket.


“Taking picture is big fun and lots of exciting” 

Praveen Bhosale

0 Comments | This entry was posted on May 25 2009

Praveen Bhosale was born with normal sight and subsequently developed partial sight. He is student of the Victoria Memorial School for the Blind, Mumbai. He is interest in arts and crafts and he plays cricket. 

“Camera is more than a toy to me, it can capture my imagination.”

Nikhil Mundhe

0 Comments | This entry was posted on May 25 2009

Nikhil Mundhe was born with visual disability, he can not see details of a object but can see only foggy outline of a object in daylight. He is a student the Victoria Memorial School for the Blind, Mumbai. He plays tabla and drums and has interest in cricket and football.  

“I use to wonder how people take pictures, I’m very happy that I too can take pictures.”

Sujit Chaurasiya

0 Comments | This entry was posted on May 25 2009
Sujit Chaurasiya was born blind. He is a student of the Victoria Memorial School for the Blind, Mumbai. He plays Flute and has interest in cricket. 

“I always wish I would take pictures like my other family members, I had touch camera before but today I can tell the everyone that I can also take pictures.”

Dharmarajan Iyer

0 Comments | This entry was posted on May 24 2009

Dharmarajan Iyer was born with normal sight, but slowly lost complete sight in both eyes by thirties. He currently holds the position of Deputy Director, in the office of Forward Market Commission under the Ministry of Consumer Affair, Food & Public Distribution, Government of India. Apart from being an economist and analyst, he helps his family in almost all household activities including cooking.

“I try to set an example by taking the negative and making it positive, both in live and my work, My photographs will be a reflection of the same mission of my live.”

Rahul Shirsat

0 Comments | This entry was posted on May 16 2009

Rahul Shirsat was born blind, he is educated in a normal school. He had learned foreign language and currently he is studying computer science. He wants to work in a BPO.

“Photography challenges my senses and helps to sharpen it; my work bridges the gap between the visible and invisible world”