During a museum (ajaib ghar, in Urdu) visit, I tried to capture things which did not breathe or say were still. Personal conversations reflecting on orthodoxy and renaissance provided these idols some oxygen (read: metaphysical chemical). Thus a creation of dasta’n (story, in many cultures) emerged in the process. Creations are called upon by names and remembered by their character.
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Raheel Lakhani is a photographer, writer, blogger and all around observer of life. He is a candidate for Master of Education (M.Ed) at Aga Khan University, Institute for Educational Development in Karachi Pakistan. You may browse through his previous posts at Ismailimail here. His main website is: www.raheellakhani.com