India



India This is a portrait of India from the spectacle and colours of the Festival of Elephants to roadside portraits which uncovers the culture of India s vast landscape The book includes the words of Indian authors including Amit Chaudhuri, Amta Desai, Salman Rushdie, and many others. Free Download India [ by ] Eric Meola [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – bluevapours.co.uk

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  • Hardcover
  • 272 pages
  • India
  • Eric Meola
  • English
  • 04 September 2017
  • 1599620499

10 thoughts on “India

  1. Matt says:

    Last month I came across this sizable coffee table book, newly added to my library s collection It was a second printing of photographer Eric Meola s personal travels to India, entitled India In Word Image The first edition cover photo of an adorned elephant has been replaced by a green, palace doorway just as well, considering this one may belong on an ivory table.Fetishistic like a Faberg egg, these photographs and literary excerpts illustrate a rich artifice yet amount to something Last month I came across this sizable coffee table book, newly added to my library s collection It was a second printing of photographer Eric Meola s personal travels to India, entitled India In Word Image The first edition cover photo of an adorned elephant has been replaced by a green, palace doorway just as well, considering this one may belong on an ivory table.Feti...

  2. Stephanie says:

    Beautiful book Somewhere that always gives me wanderlust.

  3. Heather Shaw says:

    Photographer Meola was drawn by the light filtered by the dust of millions on the move Bharati Mukherjee, a native of Kolkata Calcutta , now a novelist and English professor at UC Berkeley, illustrates the photos with excerpts lifted from traditional Indian texts and the work of contemporary authors like Kiran Desai, Salman Rushdie, and Amit Chaudhuri If you live where the earth is gray and the people dully bundled against the cold, you ll find this book as warming as a hearth fire From th Photographer Meola was drawn by the light filtered by the dust of millions on the move Bharati Mukherjee, a native of Kolkata Calcutta , now a novelist and English professor at UC Berkeley, illustrates the photos with excerpts lifted from traditional Indian texts and the work of contemporary authors like Kiran Desai, Salman Rushdie, and Am...

  4. Colleen says:

    A beautiful and evocative book, the combination of Mr Meola s stunning photography and India s most talented contemporary authors is exquisite My only complaint is to admit my own greed I want

  5. Margarite Baltruweit says:

    Meola has a fine eye for detail and devotes equal attention to the grand and the humble, from spectacular Buddhist mandalas and Rajasthan s sprawling forts to rose ringed parakeets nesting in trees or henna on a woman s hands.

  6. Ashraks says:

    Beautiful pictures and evocative stories that take me back in time to my trips to jaipur, darjeeling, madurai, kerala and manyin india.

  7. Rainey says:

    Lovely photographs.

  8. Doris Cook says:

    coffee table book worth reading words are from major writers and the pictures ard almost overwhelming.

  9. John says:

    Standard coffee table fair Nice pictures.

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