Hello friends my name is Manav Singhi and in this and in future posts I am going to expose the conspiracy and planning of one of the World’s most dangerous organization. I know after this expose anything can happen to me because members of this secret organization are spread in every part of this world. But instead of thinking about my life I will fulfill my duty toward my brothers and going to expose this conspiracy for the future of all Men of this World.
Monday, 26 December 2016
Sunday, 25 December 2016
Thursday, 22 December 2016
Wednesday, 21 December 2016
One of my favorite Model Naina Khan, the important thing is that she listens to me at the shoot and try to understand what I want from her. I think this is the most important quality for a great shoot a model can have.
Tuesday, 20 December 2016
Monday, 19 December 2016
Sunday, 18 December 2016
Thursday, 15 December 2016
Ajnabi lagati kyon hai
Zindagi roj naye
Rang badalati kyon hai
Movie: Umrao Jaan (1981)
Singers: Asha Bhosle
Song Lyricists: Shahryar
Music: Mohammed Zahur Khayyam
Director: Muzaffar Ali
Wednesday, 14 December 2016
Pink it's not even a question,
Pink on the lips of your lover, 'cause
Pink is the love you discover . . .
I think today Indian’s can totally relate with these lines sung by Aerosmith in 1997.
Sunday, 11 December 2016
|Aditi Mangaldas - We attain this kind of effect in photography by using the slow shutter speed or you can say long exposure technique.|
Jaipur, 11 December: The 3 day ‘Thirak Utsav’ concluded on a high note today at Jawahar Kala Kendra, Jaipur. with power packed dance performances that left the audience in awe. The day commenced with a symposium in which the guest speakers shared the teachings of their Gurus as well as their contribution in the arena of Kathak.
Padma Vibhushan Uma Sharma from New Delhi spoke on ‘Contribution of Guru Sundar Prasad’; Guru Sushmita Mishra & Kajal Mishra from Kolkata on ‘Contribution of Guru Pt. Jaylal & Pt. Ramgopal’; Guru Pannalal Kathan from Ganganagar, Dr. Rekha Thakar & Sangeeta Singhal from Jaipur on ‘Contribution of Guru Gauri Shankar’ and Pt. Rajkumar Javda from Jaipur on Contribution of Guru Kanhaiyalal Javda’. The session was moderated by Guru Prerana Shrimali from New Delhi.
Later in the evening JKK’s Rangayan Auditorium witnessed an enchanting ‘Sattriya’ dance performance by Anwesa Mahanta. The theme of her performance today was ‘Narsingh Leela’. She started with ‘Sudh Nritya’ – ‘Ramdani’ followed by ‘Geetor Nach’ (the pure form of dance), which has both the nature of ‘Male’ and ‘Female’.
This was followed by a gripping Kathak dance by Ms. Aditi Mangaldas. Her performance – ‘Widening Circles’ -- was based on the concept of ‘pratityasamutpada’ or interdependent co-arising. The performance was presented in three parts – ‘The Sun’, ‘The Earth’ and ‘The Moon’. Through the metaphor of the blossoming lotus that connects to the ever widening circles of life, Aditi Magaldas tried to explore the concept of pratityssamutpada. Her dance presentation reflected on the fact that everything in the universe is interlinked and connected. She was accompanied by Mohit Gangani on Tabla, Faraz Ahmad on Vocals and Harmonium, Ashish Gangani on Pakhawaj and Amir Khan on Sarangi.
About the Artistes
Anwesa Mahanta is a dedicated young exponent of Sattriya dance. She has received accolades from the art connoisseurs and scholars for the grace and liveliness of her dance and the expressiveness of her abhinaya.
Aditi Mangaldas is a leading dancer and choreographer in the classical Indian dance form of Kathak. With extensive training under the leading gurus of Kathak – Shrimati Kumudini Lakhia and Pandit Birju Maharaj, Aditi is today recognized for her artistry, technique, eloquence and characteristic energy that mark every performance.
|Anwesa Mahanta - This picture is not photoshoped the technique of taking these kind of Pictures is known as Double Exposure.|
Saturday, 10 December 2016
Friday, 9 December 2016
Wednesday, 7 December 2016
The 4th edition of the Jaipur Art Summit (JAS) began today at Ravindra Manch, Jaipur and I took this shot there only today. It is a 5 day event which will witness various segments like art talks and discussions, Book Release; Art Movies; Creative Work Shop; Art & Musical Performance; Demonstration of Traditional Art Forms; International Artist Camp; Art Exhibition & Galleries Show; Calligraphy; Art Installations, among others.
Artists from different countries such as Austria, Argentina, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, China, France, Germany, Hungry, Iran, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea, Kuwait, Myanmar, New Zealand, Netherlands, Nigeria, Singapore, Sri-Lanka, Sudan, Sweden, Ukraine, UAE, UK, USA, and Vietnam will showcase their art at the event and will also participate in various activities to promote the craft.
I will say if you are in Jaipur and you love art then you will definitely Love this, So don’t miss it and be there.
Today I have been invited to a Polo practice session and I took this shot there. So if any of you are interested in Polo don’t miss the matches from tomorrow at Rambagh Polo Ground.
‘The British Polo Day India’ is all set to begin on December 7 at the Rajasthan Polo Club, Jaipur. The event trophy was unveiled today by Maharaj Narednra Singh and Mr. Ben Vestey, Partner & Managing Director of ‘British Polo Day’ at the Polo Club.
It is to be recalled that this is the second time the city will witness this event.
Monday, 5 December 2016
Friday, 2 December 2016
FASHION EXTRAVAGANZA KICKS OFF AT DIGGI PALACE
Jaipur, 01 December: The gala fashion show series of Rajasthan Heritage Week (RHW) began today at Hotel Diggi Palace in grandeur. The show was formally inaugurated by Rajasthan Industries Minister, Mr. Gajendra Singh Khimsar and Principal Secretary, MSME, Mr. Rajeeva Swarup.
Known for their patronage of art, literature and music, members of the Diggi family -- Rudra Pratap Singh, Raghav Pratap Singh, Aparajit Singh, Gaurangini Singh and Katyayini Singh opened the show as hosts and patrons of Heritage Fashion and Handmade in Rajasthan.