Hong Kong: A glimpse into the busy streets of Hong Kong. The fast paced city keeps up with its demands at all times.
Phool Bazaar: This is a wholesale flower market in Kolkata. A kaleidoscope of colours, a hub of activity early in the morning. It's fast paced -- vendors tell me they sell flowers to stores all over India.
Kumartuli: the traditional potters' quarter in Kolkata. It's a maze of narrow, crowded lanes brimming with creativity and spectacular craftsmanship.
The classic Mumbai shot. A driver snoozes in the back of a kaali-peeli, which is Hindi for black and yellow, which is how locals refer to these taxis.
Kumbh Mela: Pilgrims cross pontoon bridges floating on the river Ganga during the Kumbh Mela, a Hindu festival in Allahabad, India. These are temporary floating bridges built specifically for this celebration.
By the banks: On the ghat by the side of the river Hooghly in Kolkata, men fold a white cloth. White is the colour of funerals in India and this shot was taken close to a crematorium.
Banganga: This is an ancient water tank, part of a temple complex in the heart of Mumbai. It borders the Arabian Sea on one side and is a short stroll away from my home. It's a little oasis in the midst of a bustling metropolis.
Kolkata: just loved the geometry these shapes formed.
At a monastery in Bylakuppe, a small town in southern India. Thousands of Tibetan refugees live here.
A traditional market in Hong Kong.
Sweeping the grounds of a temple in Hong Kong.
Haggling. Happens everywhere, even the floating market on the Dal Lake in Srinagar, Kashmir.
Early morning by the bank of the river Hooghly in my home city, Kolkata. India is one of the few countries in the world where the newspaper industry continues to thrive.
Silhouettes at sunrise in Hue, central Vietnam. Just as the fishermen and women get to work.
View of the iconic Howrah Bridge, Kolkata from a ghat.
Hong Kong: Capturing the dark setting, this walkway shows how you don't need to have detail for a photo.
Central Hong Kong: Graffitied on the street, a message for Hong Kong. In the heart of the protests, this message is what the public have been wanting.