Archive for the tag "Bangladeshi photographer"

Climate change – Water Crisis and Women health and education.

Building hygienic toilets for unprivileged people every month.

Debby Mosseveld came from the Netherlands to join me in my exclusive six days One on One photography workshop.

Dr Vikas Bajpai, came from India to join my exclusive six days One on One photography workshop.

A deep water pump for 12 families.

House for Farzana and her mother.

Love for Amir Hussain and his father.

New school building for students!

Dark Alleys

Philipp Gasser, came again for the 2nd time from Switzerland to participate Photography Workshop.

Old Dhaka, Bangladesh.

50 bicycles among 50 unprivileged students.

I am feeding hungry poor people every Friday in different places of Bangladesh.

Distributed about 500 raincoats among the Rickshaw pullers in Dhaka.

One on One workshop with GMB Akash

Distributed 10 more bicycles among 10 underprivileged students.

Gifting winter jackets among street children and unprivileged students from all over Bangladesh.

Tribute to Refugees around the world.

World Day Against Child Labour

Faces of Bhutan by GMB Akash 

An Inspired Eye: 10 tips for encouraging Street Photography

‘A Father, A Hero’

‘Many Miles Many Smiles’

Innocent Feet

Smoke and Ashes

Women of Worth

Train Track Life

‘An Invasive Mind: More on Street Photography’

‘Voyage to Varanasi’

Info Ladies – Women Heroes of Rural Bangladesh

‘Today’s Slavery’

‘My Genie’

‘Lifelong Scars’

A Traveler’s Eye

‘Mystic domination of Pashupati’

‘An Unrest Soul : On Street Photography’

‘Human of worth’

‘An Unflinching Eye : Introducing Street Photography’

‘Survivors’ Part II

‘Life for Rent’

Dark Alleys

Leftover from History

‘Travel Junction – Part I’

Ships’ Graveyard

“The creator has strangled me with his own hands.”

A World Full of Hungry Apes

Life Indulges In Colour

‘Nothing to hold on to’

Reckless Calamity washed out lives

In the Alley of Disaster