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Doctor Baby, Radio Baby, Apollo Baby, Farmer Baby, Army Baby, Biscuit Baby, Sweet Baby, Chairman Baby. bought by millions of people, painted baby posters are a popular household feature in India. Carriers of dreams, both personal and social, babies find themselves in a bewildering and delightful variety of professions and roles. These odd and bizarre arrangements at once confound and confirm our sense of the 'cute'. One hundred classic baby posters make this book unashamedly zany & Happy

Doctor Baby, Radio Baby, Apollo Baby, Farmer Baby, Army Baby, Biscuit Baby, Sweet Baby, Chairman Baby. bought by millions of people, painted baby posters are a popular household feature in India. Carriers of dreams, both personal and social, babies find themselves in a bewildering and delightful variety of professions and roles. These odd and bizarre arrangements at once confound and confirm our sense of the 'cute'. One hundred classic baby posters make this book unashamedly zany & Happy

The twelfth issue of Motherland tackles a hyper-local phenomenon-the item number. Tracing the origins through historical references and a stereotypical lens, it plunges wildly into the modern cinematic era where hype and publicity overrides all. It gathers the most popular and the forgotten from the bold & beautiful Helen to the lesser-known item girls from Tamil Nadu.

The twelfth issue of Motherland tackles a hyper-local phenomenon-the item number. Tracing the origins through historical references and a stereotypical lens, it plunges wildly into the modern cinematic era where hype and publicity overrides all. It gathers the most popular and the forgotten from the bold & beautiful Helen to the lesser-known item girls from Tamil Nadu.

An idol of Ganesha rides in the front seat of a taxi in Mumbai on Sept. 9, 2013. The ten-day long Ganesh festival began Monday and ends with the immersion of Ganesha idols in water bodies on the 10th day.  [Credit : Rafiq Maqbool/AP]

An idol of Ganesha rides in the front seat of a taxi in Mumbai on Sept. 9, 2013. The ten-day long Ganesh festival began Monday and ends with the immersion of Ganesha idols in water bodies on the 10th day. [Credit : Rafiq Maqbool/AP]

The 10th edition of Motherland talks in depth about the different types of Indian-bred Borders through moving photo essays and interesting travel accounts. It goes beyond the geopolitical and examines cultural crossovers reflected in growing trends that shape India. From the global Indian Diaspora to the humble sari border, Motherland gives you a feel for modern India. You will even love the feel of its earthy paper quality.

The 10th edition of Motherland talks in depth about the different types of Indian-bred Borders through moving photo essays and interesting travel accounts. It goes beyond the geopolitical and examines cultural crossovers reflected in growing trends that shape India. From the global Indian Diaspora to the humble sari border, Motherland gives you a feel for modern India. You will even love the feel of its earthy paper quality.

Color photographs show Indians celebrating their flag in a variety of ways.

Color photographs show Indians celebrating their flag in a variety of ways.

This is Skin- the colour issue of Motherland that looks at the South Asian obsession with fair skin, the social trajectory and distorted advertising around skin aimed to lighten and brighten the Indian masses. Berlin-based photographer Andreas Deffner’s series of portraits take a closer look at albinism in India, while V Sunil’s Dark & Lovely project rewrites the notion of a “black list” into a chronicle of achievement.

This is Skin- the colour issue of Motherland that looks at the South Asian obsession with fair skin, the social trajectory and distorted advertising around skin aimed to lighten and brighten the Indian masses. Berlin-based photographer Andreas Deffner’s series of portraits take a closer look at albinism in India, while V Sunil’s Dark & Lovely project rewrites the notion of a “black list” into a chronicle of achievement.

Bright, bold and honest, this vintage book on Bombay features stunning photographs of a disappearing side of Maximum City by one of India’s most celebrated photographers- Raghubir Singh. Including a conversation with V.S Naipaul, this rare first edition (currently out of print) is an insider’s perspective into the fascinating metropolis.

Bright, bold and honest, this vintage book on Bombay features stunning photographs of a disappearing side of Maximum City by one of India’s most celebrated photographers- Raghubir Singh. Including a conversation with V.S Naipaul, this rare first edition (currently out of print) is an insider’s perspective into the fascinating metropolis.

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Firangi Rang Barangi: Sahiba By Meera Sethi.

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