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The Kitab | India's First International Photobook Festival
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A Photobook Festival on 'Women in the Himalayas'

Deccan Herald
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The festival will bring much needed global exposure to the remote region of Almora by featuring a range of work by famous photographers across issues such as education, gender, human rights, health, environment and conflict.

Conde Nast Traveller
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Photobook Festival captivates the youngsters in the Tricity

Hindustan Times
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The Kitab concludes leaving Doonites in complete Awe!

Times of India
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SANDESH, a Brave Fest Turns the Lens on Transgender Community.

Yahoo News
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Sandesh, a photography festival, aims to democratise photography across the country and bridge the creative gap between the weaker communities and society at large

The Tribune