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"He has an individual way of seeing things and reproducing them as images on bromide paper which is unsurpassed by any photo journalist in the whole wide world."-Normal Hall, "The Times" (London)
Raghu Rai was recommended for membership of the Magnum Photo Agency in 1973 by Henri Cartier-Bresson, and today he is one of the world's most acclaimed photographers. This book is a collection of his greatest color pictures of India from the last eighteen years. His images talk of the simple people-the rituals and routines that make up the rhythm of their days, their spiritual fervor, and their dignity. It's a study of the unconscious artistry of their labor and their humble homes.
Raghu Rai is a member of Magnum, the photo agency for premier photographers (he was recommended by Henri Cartier-Bresson in 1973). His work has appeared regularly in Time, Life, Geo, Paris Match, National Geographic, The New York Times and The Sunday Times. Awarded the Padma Shri by the Government of India in 1971, Raghu Rai has to his credit a string of national and international awards and has exhibited his work in London, Paris, New York, Prague, Hamburg, Tokyo and Paris. Twenty-five of his photographs are in the permanent collection of the Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris.
It is my personal opinion that he has an individual way of seeing things and reproducing them as images on bromide paper which is unsurpassed by any photo journalist in the whole world.' Norman Hall The Times