India’s youngest bride has gone from the world of modelling to one of the world’s leading wedding photographers.
In her new book, Grownup India, she reveals the challenges she faced when her family and friends started asking her to pose for them, and how she came to realise that her life would soon be her own.
In the book, she talks about the difficulties of living in the US, the stress of travelling to New York for her wedding and how the wedding ceremony took place in India.
The book is a reflection of India’s growing love for photography and the fact that it is a global industry, said Dr Sanjay Pandey, head of photography at Kishan Foundation, an Indian-funded photography charity.
“I believe it is an important topic that has been covered in great depth,” Dr Pandey said.
“There is so much that has changed and there are so many people with different backgrounds and backgrounds that have come together to make this happen.”
Grown Up India is out on Friday.
The author, Anand Kapoor, is an avid photographer and writer, who grew up in India and works as a freelance photographer.
His mother, Ankit Kapoor , is the author of the best-selling book, The Unmade Man, about her childhood and her husband, Anil Kapoor.
Dr Kapoor’s daughter, Surya, is also an avid photojournalist and the mother of five children.
She said that her father has always been a photographer, and he has been one of her best friends growing up.
“My father was a photographer and he did a lot of travelling.
He had a lot to do with what my mother would be into, so I have always been fascinated by what my father did,” she said.
The children’s father is also a photographer.
“They are really very curious, and they are really passionate about photography.
They know the ins and outs of photography.
We have always shared the same passion.”
In India, the book has sold well.
It was translated into eight languages and has been translated into more than 40 languages.
“The book is really quite challenging to translate and we had a few challenges in translating it.
It took us a year to do that, but it is very rewarding.
It is a really rewarding thing to see a book in more than 100 languages that has such a positive impact on people,” Dr Kaporka said.
A book that was meant to be a love letter to India, but is also about the love of photography in India is now a book that can help a lot more people understand how the world works, Dr Panday said.
In India and beyond, the number of weddings is on the rise.
A recent survey showed that in the first quarter of 2019, there were more than 1.8 million weddings taking place, according to the website WeddingPride.com.
Dr Pandya, a writer who has been a journalist in India for the last eight years, said that the country’s fascination with photography and its culture was still alive in many ways.
“India is a very beautiful country, but that doesn’t mean that the people have a good sense of humour, or that they can actually make people laugh,” he said.
Dr Anand, a photographer for nearly 50 years, is now working as a professional photographer and the father of a three-year-old daughter.
“He’s a photographer who has done so much for so many families and families have never been happier,” Dr Anil said.
He said that he hopes his daughter’s book will inspire others to get married, and the world to understand how important photography is to so many.