Coming to Delhi was a very different experience for photojournalist MUHABIT UL HAQ. He writes, "This city didn’t surprise me but it was new to me and I was new to it. I was measured, weighed, examined and at last it opened its doors for me. Being a photographer makes me click what so ever clicks my mind. Whenever I would go out this place would show me different faces of life. It showed me how at different intervals of time it changes and how many different people live here and how they live. Some frames from Delhi which clicked my mind before getting clicked by my camera."
Delhi at work early in the morning. A tailor at Kalkaji.
Faith and the destitute
Dance at Mall and NO child's play
The reflection at India Gate and the rework of 16th century Lal Masjid
Who am I and what am I doing?
The 'careful' and the oblivious.
Muhabit Ul Haq is a photojournalist from Kashmir, now based in New Delhi. He likes to capture moments and likes to pen down some of those moments in poetry and prose. His photographs can be viewed on www.muhabit.weebly.com and www.flickr.com/photos/muhabit. He can be mailed at firstname.lastname@example.org
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