Today I will concentrate on Sohan's most recent work examining the visual dynamics of roadside bazaars in India. In Sohan's own words, " Visuals of roadside stalls anticipate and announce the cultural and technological shifts."
The vibrant decorative motifs in the background come from the painted frescos on the Havelis of Shekhavati in Rajasthan, Sohan's native village.
These images bring back such wonderful memories!
If you loved Sohan's work as much as I did, do check them out at his website.
Isn't it wonderful that despite India's diversity, these images from Rajasthan are the same as ones you would find on the streets of Madras? And I'm sure readers from other parts of India would agree (?)