The Grand Trunk Road.
A Passage Through India.
Photographs by Raghubir Singh. Essay by Jean Deloche.
128 pp., 117 four color illustrations, 10½x9¼".
The Grand Trunk Road is the main commercial channel in India's heavily populated North. In the postcolonial, post-Cold War present day, this ancient road sees all of the changes which affect India's deeply complex cultural landscape. Photographer Raghubir Singh, best-known for his books, Bombay and The Ganges, takes a visual journey down this road. His vibrant color photographs provide an evocative look into his extraordinary encounters along it, and are complemented by an insightful historical essay by Jean Deloche, of the École Française d'Extrème-Orient in Pandicherry, India. A remarkable book.
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