Delhi Pride Parade In Pictures

sbcltr brings you some of the best moments from the event Rainbow colours, a lot of energy and smiles all around marked the 9th Queer Pride Parade in New Delhi, on Sunday. Organised by the Delhi Queer Pride Co... Read More...

Inside The Coal Mines of Jharia

Photographer Ronny Sen captures a world of underground fires and blasting mines in the dystopian photo series, What Does The End of Time Look Like  In his latest photo series that won him the prestigious Getty... Read More...

Hardwired To Self-Destruct

Metallica goes back to its roots with Hardwired. It's been eight long years since the disappointing Death Magnetic came out of the Metallica camp. In the last 24 odd hours, the band has not only released an al... Read More...

Delhi: Communities of Belonging

sbcltr explores the documentary photo book that gives a sensitive insight into the life of LGBTQ community in the capital Photographers Sunil Gupta and Charan Singh, were commissioned an ambitious book project... Read More...

The Peculiar World Of Tim Burton

Take a look inside Tim Burton’s new movie through a collection of vintage photographs by Leah Gallo on the sets of Miss Peregrine's Peculiar Children There are very few directors left in Hollywood that can hol... Read More...

Photographs From Yesterday

On world photography day, sbcltr reviews Ronny Sen's latest series, Chronicles of an Old World Colour  29-year-old photographer Ronny Sen grew up in Calcutta, reading Soviet Literature and magazines that refle... Read More...

Ramazan in India

Suraaj Ajithakumar documents the paradox of abstinence and revelry during the month long period of fasting Every year in the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, Muslims across the world celebrate Ramazan. Thi... Read More...

Africans of India

sbcltr explores The Sidi Project by Luke Duggleby on Africans that have lived in India for centuries Intrigued by scattered reports on the internet about people of African origin living in South Asia, British... Read More...

Holi Essential: Vrindavan

Scores of people travel to Vrindavan, Mathura, to celebrate the Hindu festival of colours, Holi. This year has been extra special, thanks to the supreme court judgement that debars women from entering temples. ... Read More...

The Vanishing Queens

Sukhman Dhillon explores the Tharu tribe and their fast eroding culture in the face of modernity The Tharu people, literally translated to people of the forest, are an ethnic group indigenous to the souther... Read More...