An Interview With Street and Documentary Photographer – Ritesh Ghosh

August 19 is celebrated as World Photography Day and so to celebrate the diverse, extraordinary and versatile world and culture of photography, we shall celebrate the whole month of August with articles dedicated to Photographers. WeekendTrivia exclusive interviews with world class photographers as well as a photography contest shall be running on our blog as well as all other social media platforms. So dive into … Continue reading An Interview With Street and Documentary Photographer – Ritesh Ghosh

An Interview With a Travel Photographer – Sanjoy Sengupta

August 19 is celebrated as World Photography Day and so to celebrate the diverse, extraordinary and versatile world and culture of photography, we shall celebrate the whole month of August with articles dedicated to Photographers. WeekendTrivia exclusive interviews with world-class photographers as well as a photography contest shall be running on our blog as well as all other social media platforms. So dive into the … Continue reading An Interview With a Travel Photographer – Sanjoy Sengupta

The End of Something Beautiful- Sunsets Around India

Sunsets are proof that endings are beautiful and unless they are beautiful it’s not really the end. There is something so fulfilling about watching a setting sun that you can never tire of it. Be it in a beach, or mountains, from a riverside or a park, from your terrace or balcony, sunsets create a charismatic transition. Let us go through a journey of beautiful … Continue reading The End of Something Beautiful- Sunsets Around India

Indian Fairs: A Part of Our Cultural Heritage

Fairs or Melas are an inherent part of Indian culture since the 16th century and thus big or small we enjoy them and look forward to them year after year. Fairs are a colourful kaleidoscope of different aspects brought together under a single umbrella and it reflects our variety in traditions. A fair is a gathering of people for a variety of entertainment or commercial … Continue reading Indian Fairs: A Part of Our Cultural Heritage

Food Bloggers of India

We are hardcore foodies and Surely there are many of you, who like us love food. So to appeal our taste buds and our gastronomic sides, we bring for you yet another batch of food Bloggers who with their captures are sure to tickle you with hunger pangs. Follow their blog for more unique ideas and mouthwatering recipes. Krishanu Chatterjee Hi. I am Krishanu Chatterjee. … Continue reading Food Bloggers of India

Portrait Photographers of India (part II)

Continuing with our series of Portrait Photography, we bring for you all yet another bunch of talented photographers and their muses who have been successful in giving people extra dimension, a different kind of appeal and helped us to look at them with a different perspective altogether. Thus to revel in the beauty of human as a form of art keep on reading. Abhishek Singh … Continue reading Portrait Photographers of India (part II)

Winter Tales of India

India is a country where every season, every state, every gully, every nook and corner tells a tale. During Summers, you will find crude and raw methods of beating the heat and dealing with the tropical climate. Similarly, during the monsoon, there will be innocent children playing in the streets, water-clogging and a break-down of roads. Harvest blooming and what not. Winters come with different … Continue reading Winter Tales of India

Artists Who Do Wonders In Media Art

Media Art is an umbrella term for different forms of modern art. It includes – digital art, computer graphics, computer animation, virtual art, Internet art, interactive art, illustrations, doodles and many such things. Art is no longer confined to a canvas or paper only with a lot of tools. It can be done digitally and or simply with a pen or paper. And such digital … Continue reading Artists Who Do Wonders In Media Art

The Hazards of Fake/Duplicate Makeup

Let’s face it. Whether you like it or not, makeup is that essential part of a women’s existence that we simply cannot get rid of. Even the woman who is indifferent to or does not bother to slab layers and layers of makeup on their face is still a bit partial to the quintessential lipstick, a bit of lip gloss or simply a kajal. Makeup … Continue reading The Hazards of Fake/Duplicate Makeup

Food Photography: When Hunger Meets Passion

Food is the ingredient that binds us together. If you are feeling blue, going through depression, have a reason to celebrate or are simply having fun with friends to a movie, food is the quintessential object which sets everything right. We personally, cannot even think straight if we cannot imagine a good platter to welcome us every day. Some people enjoy cooking, others enjoy both … Continue reading Food Photography: When Hunger Meets Passion