Photos and captions by Fawad Khan
I attended a folk music event arranged by Umair Jaffar of IPAC Pakistan at Kuch Khaas. More than twenty folk artists were invited for a discussion of the challenges they face in the pursuit of music – a passion, profession and tradition at once, for all of them as I could hear in their heartfelt […]
Not only doves, even the kite population/comfort is increasing here – and I really like it. Look them in the eye, and they are significantly like us.
I’ve observed that the dove population is definitely increasing in Rawalpindi/Islamabad. Raza Rumi remarked and wished that the same should happen in the establishment too. Dedicated to this beautiful thought, adorable bird and extended spring, this photograph is from the here and now – a few minutes ago before it started raining and hailing. It […]
Nikon D40, Nikkor AF-S 18-200mm | Click images for larger view. | Photos by Taimur Khan
The notion that only what is new and young is beautiful poisons our relationship to the past and to our own future. It keeps us from understanding our roots and the greatest works of our culture and other cultures. It also makes us dread what lies ahead of us and leads many to shirk reality… […]
Nikon D60, 35mm f/1.8G AF-S DX | Click images for larger view.
This girl, like a few other children in our village, was very amused to see me photographing doors, bolts and windows, my nephews and nieces, and so on. All of them were very eager to pose for portraits, and when I asked her if she would like to be photographed, she was delighted but also […]
A Photoessay by Fawad Khan | The stills were shot with a Canon camcorder from Pir Suhawa.
Four rababs made by Khurram, grandson of Samandar Khan. They are the best rabab makers in Dabgari Bazar, Peshawar – or, what comes to the same thing, the best in the world.
Photos by Taimur Khan
Photos by Taimur Khan | Eid in Hathian, 17 November 2010
Joshua Klein on the intelligence of crows
Soon after sunset today, I noticed a moth under the porch light. I picked and held it gently in both hands and then let it fly off but it returned. Attraction of moths toward candlelight and subsequent searing – a symbol of self-oblivious passion – has inspired many fine lines of Urdu and Persian poetry. […]
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