World Photography Day 2021: See The Best Works of India’s Iconic Photographers

People die but Pictures keep them alive. They have the power to freeze the time and keep the deepest emotions intact. They tell the untold story of the past which is hard to put in words. All credit goes to the photographers who go any mile to bring forward those stories and infuse life in them through their skills. On World Photography Day 2021, we are presenting the iconic works of such photographers.

World Photography Day 2021: Famous Works Of Indian Photographers

Work Of First Lady of The Lens- Homai Vyarawalla 

If Homai Vyarawalla didn’t come into the profession of photography, we would have missed some historical events.  She was ‘First Lady of The Lens’, India’s first woman photojournalist and famous with the title of Dalda13. Her last picture was of Mr. Nehru that she clicked with his sister.

Gandhi’s Last Glimpse In Pics

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View of First Republic Day Parade

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A Different Side Of Mr.Nehru

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2. Raghu Rai- Capturing Past Till Present

One of the best Indian photographers is Raghunath Rai who has been capturing the moments since 1962 till the present. His famous works include the 1971 Liberation War of Bangladesh.

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Before Babri Masjid’s Demolition By Raghu Rai

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Bhopal Gas Tragedy Through The Lens of Raghu Rai

He seized one of the worst man-made disasters in his camera which became the famous photos that changed the world. His works were documented in Greenpeace.

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Photos By Danish Siddiqui That Moved The World

Pulitzer Prize winner, Danish, was one of the best photojournalists who clicked pictures that reflects the pain and helplessness of refugees, victims, and showed the unseen side of the pandemic. Here are his best works.

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