Subir Basak Photography


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Incredible India is a stunningly beautiful country with a rich cultural heritage and a vibrant history. Subir Basak Photography captures the beauty of India in his photo gallery. His photographs capture the essence of India, from its cultural heritage to its colorful people.

Subir Basak’s photography captures the beauty of India in all its forms. His photographs capture the diversity of India’s people. He also captures the vibrant culture of India, from its colorful festivals to its bustling markets. His photographs are a visual treat, showcasing the beauty of India in all its glory.

Subir Basak’s photography also captures the people of India. His photographs capture the faces of India, from its farmers to its business people. He also captures the everyday life of Indians, from their daily routines to their celebrations. His photographs are a window into the lives of Indians, showcasing their culture and traditions.

Subir Basak’s photography is a must-see for anyone looking to explore Incredible India. His photographs capture the beauty and diversity of India in all its forms. His photographs showcase the beauty and vibrancy of Incredible India.


Kolkata,formerly Calcutta, capital city of West Bengal state, and former capital (1772–1911) of British India.Kolkata has its own charm and never fails to surprise visitors. Kolkata could be a city that defines itself in superlatives, and may be …..

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Kumbh Mela

The Kumbh Mela, believed to be the most important religious gathering on earth is held every 12 years on the banks of the ‘Sangam’- the confluence of the holy rivers Ganga, Yamuna and therefore the mythical Saraswati.

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The name Varanasi, has its origin possibly from the names of the two rivers Varuna and Assi for it lies with the confluence of Varuna with the Ganges being to its north and that of Assi and the Ganges to its south.Another ….

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Pushkar fair
Pushkar fair

Pushkar fair is one among the colorfull festival of India. It’s just 11 km. from Ajmer(RAJASTAN,INDIA) comes alive during Puskar Fair, when people from everywhere Rajasthan converge at Pushkar with their cattle stock. Pushkar Fair is considered one of the largest camel festivals in the world. Celebrated …..

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Gangasagar fair by Subir Basak
Gangasagar mela

The Gangasagar fair and pilgrimage is held annually on Sagar Island’s southern tip (West Bengal,India), where the Ganges enters the Bay of Bengal.This confluence is additionally called Gangasagar or Gangasagara.Near the confluence is that the Kapil Muni Temple. The Gangasagar pilgrimage ….

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Gajan festival by Subir Basak
Gajan festival

Gajan a Shaivite folk festival, held on CHAITRA SANGKRANTI (According to eng calendar ,its in middle of April) and on full-of-the-moon nights up to the entire moon of Asadh. The festival is claimed to various gods. There may thus be SHIVA’s Gajan, the Gajan of DHARMA THAKUR, the Gajan of Nil etc.

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Sonepur Fair by Subir Basak
Sonepur fair

World Famous Sonepur Cattle Fair is organized every year during November-December. It is considered by many as World’s Largest Cattle Fair where one can find large number of Elephants. Major attraction is the sight of numerous elephants, beautifully decorated for the purpose of sale Apart from ….

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Miscellaneous works of Subir Basak

India (better you’ll say “Incredible Asian nation”) contains of a paper of emotions through numerous landscapes, traditions,rituals,festivals, customs and cultures. With each in. that you simply dig deeper in her heart, a plaything of colors flow through her veins.This cultural diversity …

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Subir Basak published works
Published works

Some of my published works, including agencies like – National Geographic, Amazon, British Airways, Cathay Pacific,Delta Airlines,Citigroup, New York,USA,Hitachi (Japan), Apple Computer Inc, Microsoft,Dupont, Dulux,New York Post, Lonely Planet etc.

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