An Indian photographer is documenting India’s forgotten monuments, including the 14th century Kamani Masjid (above). Photo: Amit Pasricha/India Lost & Found An Indian photographer is documenting India’s forgotten monuments, including the 14th century Kamani Masjid (above). Photo: Amit Pasricha/India Lost & Found
An Indian photographer is documenting India’s forgotten monuments, including the 14th century Kamani Masjid (above). Photo: Amit Pasricha/India Lost & Found
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Historical buildings in India photographed and their stories preserved before they succumb to decay and neglect

  • India Lost and Found project team aims to photograph thousands of crumbling structures around India and record their stories
  • Photographer Amit Pasricha started the project to foster an awareness of his nation that transcends the dry pages of history books

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An Indian photographer is documenting India’s forgotten monuments, including the 14th century Kamani Masjid (above). Photo: Amit Pasricha/India Lost & Found An Indian photographer is documenting India’s forgotten monuments, including the 14th century Kamani Masjid (above). Photo: Amit Pasricha/India Lost & Found
An Indian photographer is documenting India’s forgotten monuments, including the 14th century Kamani Masjid (above). Photo: Amit Pasricha/India Lost & Found
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