Aumphotos ॐ | Awards

 

Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts

UK through the Lens competition winner (2014)

Fotoreportage, Italy ( June 2015)

FotoBacheca , Italy (July 2015)

Fotoreportage, Portrait Italy (July 2015)

Selezione di foto dal gruppo ONLY Photo Italy (July 2015)

Editor's choice award in L'instante monocromatico (Aug 2015)

 

 

Roof Boss, York MinsterRoof Boss, York Minster

UK through the Lens competition winner (2014)

" Survival of the weak - reflections on disability "" Survival of the weak - reflections on disability "

Fotoreportage, Italy ( June 2015): " Survival of the weak - reflections on disability"

 

" Gosling Steps- Lessons in child rearing I "" Gosling Steps- Lessons in child rearing I "

FotoBacheca , Italy (July 2015) & Editor's choice award in L'instante monocromatico (Aug 2015):
" Gosling steps- lessons in child rearing I "
 
 

Modern Mystic SufiModern Mystic Sufi - Konya

Fotoreportage, Portrait Italy (July 2015) " Modern Mystic Sufi "

 

The Sibha sellerThe Sibha seller

Selezione di foto dal gruppo ONLY Photo Italy (July 2015)

 

 

Touching Ganesh (monochrome)Touching Ganesh (monochrome)Touching Ganesh

PentaPrisma Click Best Photo Award (Nov 2015) " Touching Ganesh "

 

FotoReportage (Italy) Award (Nov 2015 )for " Hallowed Ceiling "

 

Kathak dancer monochromeKathak dancer monochromeKathak (Hindi: कथक) is one of the eight forms of Indian classical dance. This dance form traces its origins to the nomadic bards of ancient northern India, known as Kathakars or storytellers. Its form today contains traces of temple and ritual dances, and the influence of the bhakti movement. From the 16th century onwards it absorbed certain features of Persian dance and Central Asian dance which were imported by the royal courts of the Mughal era.
Kathak is derived from the Sanskrit word katha meaning story, and katthaka in Sanskrit means he who tells a story, or to do with stories. The name of the form is properly कत्थक katthak, with the geminated dental to show a derived form, but this has since simplified to modern-day कथक kathak. kathaa kahe so kathak is a saying many teachers pass on to their pupils, which is generally translated, she/he who tells a story, is a kathak', but which can also be translated, 'that which tells a story, that is 'Kathak'. There are three major schools or gharana of Kathak from which performers today generally draw their lineage: the gharanas ofJaipur, Lucknow and Varanasi (born in the courts of the Kachwaha Rajput kings, the Nawab of Oudh, and Varanasi respectively); there is also a less prominent (and later) Raigarh gharana which amalgamated technique from all three preceding gharanas but became famous for its own distinctive compositions.

Only Photo ( Italy ) Sept 2015 Award for " Kathak dancer "

Diwali Aarti II (monochrome)Diwali Aarti II (monochrome)Diwali Puja Aarti II (monochrome)

Only Photo ( Italy ) Award Nov 2015 for " Diwali Puja Aarti "

 

siempre en mi cabezasiempre en mi cabezaSiempre en mi cabeza - always in my head; they are humans too

Honoured by Pentaprisma Click Best photo award and by Only Photo (Italy)  Feb 2016 for

" Siempre en mi cabeza; always in my head - they are humans too" 
© ॐ www.aumphotos. com 2015