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Bangalore has changed quite a lot over 25 years. Mahesh Bhat takes you through Bengaluru by using the multiple photographs he has clicked of the city and compiled in the book Bengaluru/Bangalore: In First Person Singular.
Summary of the Book
It’s not the buildings or the number of flyovers which determine the real growth of a city, but how much does art and creativity thrive. Mahesh Bhat, through his book Bengaluru/Bangalore: In First Person Singular makes an effort not to compare the old and new Bangalore but to revive the cultural aspect of the city which is fogged up behind the traffic jams and flyovers.
About Mahesh Bhat
Mahesh Bhat is an Indian author and photographer. He has authored the book Bengaluru/Bangalore: In First Person Singular.
|Publisher||Mahesh Bhat Publishing|
|Number of Pages||132 Pages|
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Mar 3, 2012
Strikes a ChordHad an amusing time going through the photos which have been meticulously blended with excellent descriptions. First time I have come across a book which comprehensively captures DNA of the city and also its metamorphosis over period of time. In the process it raises several questions and keeps the reader thinking.
Atul Pratap Chauhan
Feb 28, 2012
I miss Bangalore when i see this bookMahesh Bhat is one of the finest photographer and book maker in India and we already witness about his old book Unsung and now Bengaluru/Bangalore in his list.I was in Bangalore almost four years and i really miss Bangalore whenever i see this book..One of the finest Photo book on Bangalore and actually all photographs is witness of Bangalore fast changes and cover images actually show how Bangalore changed in last few years.Very strong images and well written text, must have Photo Book...
Feb 27, 2012
A Book that loves a CityMahesh has lovingly, and painstakingly, over a couple of decades recorded a city he lives in and obviously loves in this book. The photographs show the evolution, or should i say the rapid transformation of Bangalore from a sleepy cantonment, green covered town to a city which has world-class potential. But leaves us with the question . . will it actually live up to the potential. Beautifully photographed, sensitively curated and edited and very professionally produced.
Feb 27, 2012
HopeHope, that's what I would call this book.