B.V.S.P school and Making of Lord Ganesha

Hello Readers,

Here are some images on the making of Lord Ganesha followed by a video of Lord Ganesha set. The video was filmed by Roberto Farruggio who shadowed me in India and it was edited by Lily Huang. All images behind the scenes below were also photographed by Roberto Farruggio and by a few are by Varun Sathe, a talented student of Bhartiya Vidya Peeth School of Photography.

My New York Times Article links specifically mentions Bhartiya Vidya Peeth school of Photography in Pune. Also known as B.V.S.P.
B.V.S.P’s students and instructors were pro active in taking part in the Darshan project, Ashish Gurbani formerly assisted me on the making of Maa Laxmi, and Mukul Anand, Varun Sathe, Urmit Talavia and Cheryl Zorini Bhorania to name a few were frequenters on the set working towards making Darshan a success.

B.V.S.P’s role in this process was integral and they were true agents of art. By offering their school’s resources, their premises and equipment ¬†as well as their students, BVSP truly promoted collaboration. I would take a moment to look into the school and what it offers. Rajan Chaughule, president and dean at B.V.S.P in specific was a facilitator in every way he could be for the project. I also want to specifically thank Siddhartha Mudaliar, an instructor at B.V.S.P whose extra set of eyes on the set were much appreciated.

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3 Responses to “B.V.S.P school and Making of Lord Ganesha”

  1. Dandapani (@Dandapani) Says:

    I would very much like to purchase a print of the Lord Ganesha darshin. How is this possible?

  2. Brian Kwong Says:

    LOVE the making of video and your project Darshan.

    Your pictures of Lord Ganesha and Maa Laxi completely fulfilled your goal of your project, evolving similar spiritual response through your photograph.

    Keep up the great work, looking forward to see more of it!

  3. pavithraphotos Says:

    HI Manjari

    just stumbled on to your work and def wanted to say I love what I see! :] My favorites of yours are still the shower series but this blows me away! Im inspired! Im hoping to shoot something based on Indian mythology as well. Love your work. :]

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