bip mistry film and photo

updating – February 2017


bip_mistry_monkeyman_indiaMonkeyman, Shadijpur Depot,Delhi

bip_mistry_holi_indiaHoli festival, Varanasi

train_bip_mistryReading on train journey, India

yoga_bip_mistryYoga posture, Varanasi

boysTea boys in Asi Ghat, Varanasi

monkeymanMonkeyman performer from Shadipur, Delhi

raj_womanRajasthani lady, Kathputli Colony, Delhi

holiHoli festival in family home, Varanasi

massageMasseur on the street, Old Delhi

namasteNamaste, Holi Festival, , Varanasi

pujaPuja, River Ganga (Ganges), Varanasi

mosque_prayerMosque prayers, Varanasi

tantric_yogiTantri Yogi, Varanasi

swastikaSwastika, Hindu symbol of peace, Varanasi

Bip Mistry Portrait PhotographerHoly man smoking in Varanasi

India_villageRural village of Degam, Gujerat

Bip Mistry Portrait PhotographerSadhus, Varanasi

Man begging in the entrance to a jewellery shop

All photographs shot  on transparency film since 1988.

Published in educational books produced by Evans Brothers, Heinemann, Cambridge University Press, Oxford University Press, Watts…

All photographs copyright of the photographer and not to be reproduced without permission: 1988 – 2016 © Bip Mistry


10 comments on “India

  1. The Juicer
    June 25, 2009

    Great Pics! Truly reminds me of India and it’s beatific simplicities. A street photographer’s dream.
    Thanks for posting these, and you would, would love to see more of these!!

  2. Ishrath
    October 30, 2009

    Excellent Set. Amazing photos. Reading on train journey is my fav.

  3. teagirl
    December 6, 2009

    These are amazing!

  4. arvind mistry
    February 24, 2010

    would love some feed back

  5. rajesh singh
    March 28, 2010

    wonderfull work sir

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  8. Zac
    February 3, 2012

    Amazing photos, holy man smoking is epic.

  9. travelerreport
    October 8, 2012

    The swastika photo is amazing ! But I thought the swastika was a symbol of life.

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