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Photographer Sharad Haksar’s Divine Irony series. A masterfully crafted set of photographs with a great concept. Of his work Haksar says, “It’s a pictorial commentary on everyday India as seen through the prism of Hindu deities. Each of the images is a colourful take on the land of 330 million gods.”

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