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Nirvair Singh Rai

Freelance photographer , film maker and curator. Bringing the arts to the masses.

  • 334 posts
  • 13.4k followers
  • 900 following

Nirvair Singh Rai Profile Information

  • Talisman.
  • Talisman.
  •  1,733  45  23 May, 2019

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  • Personal spaces. 
Bandra.
  • Personal spaces.
    Bandra.
  •  1,854  45  22 May, 2019
  • Burning rivers. 
Bhandardara.
  • Burning rivers.
    Bhandardara.
  •  992  20  18 May, 2019

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  • Flame of forest.
Bhandardara.
  • Flame of forest.
    Bhandardara.
  •  1,480  45  17 May, 2019
  • Aftermath of the cyclone Fani.
Puri, Odisha.
  • Aftermath of the cyclone Fani.
    Puri, Odisha.
  •  909  16  8 May, 2019

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  • Fashion some how has always been more about the people wearing clothes, than about the clothes exclusively. 
Last September, for a shoot commissioned by Designer Ishita Verma; I decided to do a little experiment in extension to this thought. For her Boho-inspired collection of clothes, which she calls 'Dreamcatchers', I chose to have the real-life vagabonds of Pushkar, the Banjara Kalbeliya women, represent the outfits. • Maya. 
Here's a glimpse of the series. And for a more detailed account, head over to Platform magazine, where my dearest friend Sonali Prasad has so beautifully summarised this experience and thoughts about inclusivity in Fashion Photography. 
http://www.platform-mag.com/art/bohemian-rhapsody.html
  • Fashion some how has always been more about the people wearing clothes, than about the clothes exclusively.
    Last September, for a shoot commissioned by Designer Ishita Verma; I decided to do a little experiment in extension to this thought. For her Boho-inspired collection of clothes, which she calls 'Dreamcatchers', I chose to have the real-life vagabonds of Pushkar, the Banjara Kalbeliya women, represent the outfits. • Maya.
    Here's a glimpse of the series. And for a more detailed account, head over to Platform magazine, where my dearest friend Sonali Prasad has so beautifully summarised this experience and thoughts about inclusivity in Fashion Photography.
    http://www.platform-mag.com/art/bohemian-rhapsody.html
  •  1,188  26  29 April, 2019
  • Fashion some how has always been more about the people wearing clothes, than about the clothes exclusively. 
Last September, for a shoot commissioned by Designer Ishita Verma; I decided to do a little experiment in extension to this thought. For her Boho-inspired collection of clothes, which she calls 'Dreamcatchers', I chose to have the real-life vagabonds of Pushkar, the Banjara Kalbeliya women, represent the outfits. • Supari, standing so gracefully holding a flask of water that she gargled her mouth with, before getting ready with a pose. 
Here's a glimpse of the series. And for a more detailed account, head over to Platform magazine, where my dearest friend Sonali Prasad has so beautifully summarised this experience and thoughts about inclusivity in Fashion Photography. 
http://www.platform-mag.com/art/bohemian-rhapsody.html
  • Fashion some how has always been more about the people wearing clothes, than about the clothes exclusively.
    Last September, for a shoot commissioned by Designer Ishita Verma; I decided to do a little experiment in extension to this thought. For her Boho-inspired collection of clothes, which she calls 'Dreamcatchers', I chose to have the real-life vagabonds of Pushkar, the Banjara Kalbeliya women, represent the outfits. • Supari, standing so gracefully holding a flask of water that she gargled her mouth with, before getting ready with a pose.
    Here's a glimpse of the series. And for a more detailed account, head over to Platform magazine, where my dearest friend Sonali Prasad has so beautifully summarised this experience and thoughts about inclusivity in Fashion Photography.
    http://www.platform-mag.com/art/bohemian-rhapsody.html
  •  560  12  29 April, 2019
  • Fashion some how has always been more about the people wearing clothes, than about the clothes exclusively. 
Last September, for a shoot commissioned by Designer Ishita Verma; I decided to do a little experiment in extension to this thought. For her Boho-inspired collection of clothes, which she calls 'Dreamcatchers', I chose to have the real-life vagabonds of Pushkar, the Banjara Kalbeliya women, represent the outfits. • Sundari leaning against a tree. 
Here's a glimpse of the series. And for a more detailed account, head over to Platform magazine, where my dearest friend Sonali Prasad has so beautifully summarised this experience and thoughts about inclusivity in Fashion Photography. 
http://www.platform-mag.com/art/bohemian-rhapsody.html
  • Fashion some how has always been more about the people wearing clothes, than about the clothes exclusively.
    Last September, for a shoot commissioned by Designer Ishita Verma; I decided to do a little experiment in extension to this thought. For her Boho-inspired collection of clothes, which she calls 'Dreamcatchers', I chose to have the real-life vagabonds of Pushkar, the Banjara Kalbeliya women, represent the outfits. • Sundari leaning against a tree.
    Here's a glimpse of the series. And for a more detailed account, head over to Platform magazine, where my dearest friend Sonali Prasad has so beautifully summarised this experience and thoughts about inclusivity in Fashion Photography.
    http://www.platform-mag.com/art/bohemian-rhapsody.html
  •  414  8  29 April, 2019
  • Fashion some how has always been more about the people wearing clothes, than about the clothes exclusively. 
Last September, for a shoot commissioned by Designer Ishita Verma; I decided to do a little experiment in extension to this thought. For her Boho-inspired collection of clothes, which she calls 'Dreamcatchers', I chose to have the real-life vagabonds of Pushkar, the Banjara Kalbeliya women, represent the outfits. • Santra and Sundari sharing a shy sisterly laugh. 
Here's a glimpse of the series. And for a more detailed account, head over to Platform magazine, where my dearest friend Sonali Prasad has so beautifully summarised this experience and thoughts about inclusivity in Fashion Photography. 
http://www.platform-mag.com/art/bohemian-rhapsody.html
  • Fashion some how has always been more about the people wearing clothes, than about the clothes exclusively.
    Last September, for a shoot commissioned by Designer Ishita Verma; I decided to do a little experiment in extension to this thought. For her Boho-inspired collection of clothes, which she calls 'Dreamcatchers', I chose to have the real-life vagabonds of Pushkar, the Banjara Kalbeliya women, represent the outfits. • Santra and Sundari sharing a shy sisterly laugh.
    Here's a glimpse of the series. And for a more detailed account, head over to Platform magazine, where my dearest friend Sonali Prasad has so beautifully summarised this experience and thoughts about inclusivity in Fashion Photography.
    http://www.platform-mag.com/art/bohemian-rhapsody.html
  •  508  12  29 April, 2019
  • Fashion some how has always been more about the people wearing clothes, than about the clothes exclusively. 
Last September, for a shoot commissioned by Designer Ishita Verma; I decided to do a little experiment in extension to this thought. For her Boho-inspired collection of clothes, which she calls 'Dreamcatchers', I chose to have the real-life vagabonds of Pushkar, the Banjara Kalbeliya women, represent the outfits. • Supari, and her daughter enjoying a playful moment.  Pushkar. 
Here's a glimpse of the series. And for a more detailed account, head over to Platform magazine, where my dearest friend Sonali Prasad has so beautifully summarised this experience and thoughts about inclusivity in Fashion Photography. 
http://www.platform-mag.com
  • Fashion some how has always been more about the people wearing clothes, than about the clothes exclusively.
    Last September, for a shoot commissioned by Designer Ishita Verma; I decided to do a little experiment in extension to this thought. For her Boho-inspired collection of clothes, which she calls 'Dreamcatchers', I chose to have the real-life vagabonds of Pushkar, the Banjara Kalbeliya women, represent the outfits. • Supari, and her daughter enjoying a playful moment. Pushkar.
    Here's a glimpse of the series. And for a more detailed account, head over to Platform magazine, where my dearest friend Sonali Prasad has so beautifully summarised this experience and thoughts about inclusivity in Fashion Photography.
    http://www.platform-mag.com
  •  741  15  29 April, 2019
  • Fashion some how has always been more about the people wearing clothes, than about the clothes exclusively. 
Last September, for a shoot commissioned by Designer Ishita Verma; I decided to do a little experiment in extension to this thought. For her Boho-inspired collection of clothes, which she calls 'Dreamcatchers', I chose to have the real-life vagabonds of Pushkar, the Banjara Kalbeliya women, represent the outfits. • When asked if she is comfortable shooting with us, Anita laughs and tells us she is unmarried, and that it has its perks. There is no one telling me what to do, she explains, and we can see her confidence in her carefree smile and demeanor.

Here's a glimpse of the series. And for a more detailed account, head over to Platform magazine, where my dearest friend Sonali Prasad has so beautifully summarised this experience and thoughts about inclusivity in Fashion Photography. 
http://www.platform-mag.com
  • Fashion some how has always been more about the people wearing clothes, than about the clothes exclusively.
    Last September, for a shoot commissioned by Designer Ishita Verma; I decided to do a little experiment in extension to this thought. For her Boho-inspired collection of clothes, which she calls 'Dreamcatchers', I chose to have the real-life vagabonds of Pushkar, the Banjara Kalbeliya women, represent the outfits. • When asked if she is comfortable shooting with us, Anita laughs and tells us she is unmarried, and that it has its perks. There is no one telling me what to do, she explains, and we can see her confidence in her carefree smile and demeanor.

    Here's a glimpse of the series. And for a more detailed account, head over to Platform magazine, where my dearest friend Sonali Prasad has so beautifully summarised this experience and thoughts about inclusivity in Fashion Photography.
    http://www.platform-mag.com
  •  542  16  29 April, 2019