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Rishabh is a graduate in Journalism and Communications from Manipal University, Karnataka. He had completed a fellowship in Liberal Arts and Leadership at Ashoka University at Sonepat, and after completing his M.A.degree, he worked as Teaching assistant in Liberal Arts at the same University.

He is currently studying for a Ph.D in Social Anthropology at the University of Edinborough, Scotland.
He intends to pursue a career in visual ethnography.

Run Rishabh's gallery in slideshow mode to listen to instrumental music!
Dilli Haat, DelhiFruit shop in GoaThe big jump!Teashop, McLeodganj, Himachal PradeshYoung monks, BhutanSomewhere in Europe..Rickshaw pilot! Bharatpur Bird sanctuary, RajastanBar headed geese, Bharatpur bird sanctuary, RajastanAt a Tea shop in Jageshwar, UttarkhandDilli Haat, DelhiDeep in prayer...Flower seller, Mylapore templeElephants splashing about. Periyar National ParkKashmiri damsels, at the Taj Mahal, AgraThe memorial to the victims of the 2nd World War, Berlin GermanyThe Eiffel Tower,ParisThe Eiffel TowerThe potters wheel..Somewhere in Europe..

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Guestbook for Rishabh's images
Dennis Keith(non-registered)
All the photos aside, Rags... enjoyed the doc short film at the end... about Cycles.

Wow... loved the way he shot the film...the camera...slick editing...narration was neatly done.

With what did he shoot the film, not the same that he uses for still photos, right?

My favourites (in no particular order)
Roasted corn...loved the colours of the sky...
Periyar National Park (never saw any pictures of the park, but I can just imagine how beautiful it must be!)
Fruit shop in Goa (lovely colours captured)

Does he upload his short films on YouTube, he must, if he didnt't...really well done. Please send URLs for his other films as well.
Suresh Bharathan(non-registered)
Fantastic stuff Rags. The boy is a chip off the old block.... Give him my best regards...
Akshay Pandit(non-registered)
Hi Rags,

Amazing photos...Congratulations and all the best to RIshabh,

Cheers
Howard Youth(non-registered)
Rishabh,

I really enjoyed going through your images and watching your film. What a wide range of work and settings. You are well on your way! You and your dad have incredible eyes and spirits of adventure. I look forward to seeing more of your work as your projects and experiences continue.

Sending all the best from Nicaragua.

Howard Youth
Krishna Shastri Devulapalli(non-registered)
Fantastic, Rags.
Not surprising. Yaar paiyyan avan? :-)
By best wishes to Rishab.
I predict a phenomenal future for him.

Cheers,
Krishna
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