Large cities in India have some distinctive characteristics. Among other things they are large, busy, and chaotic. Since I was raised in a small town in northeast India my first reaction, when visiting such a city, was to be overwhelmed by its complexity. I was fascinated by the skyscrapers, hoardings, traffic, and the large numbers of people (many of who were, just like me, chasing their dreams). After moving to Bangalore, I began to roam its streets with my camera. Soon I discovered beauty in the most mundane of everyday encounters. I became enamored with colors in a market, the play of shadows on a street, and the unintentional balletic dance of passing strangers. Photographing these kinds of things has brought many smiles to my face, and that’s why I’m looking forward to continuing my ongoing journey of discovery.