Blouin Artinfo - Maharaja - 29 March, 2012
A Royal Treat
The portraits reveal more than India’s regal past, and Tasveer, an organization dedicated to promoting photography, rightfully places the show within the context of the country’s early experiments with the lens….
Maharaja - Deccan Herald - 30 January, 2012
Staging innate grandeur
by Marta Jakimowicz
Maharajas at Tasveer brings a charming as well as perceptive array of royal portraits in photography….
Maharajas - Times of India - 27 January, 2012
A journey into the past
by Sharanya CR
Old photographs are undoubtedly priceless and when it comes to country’s precious old pictures, its even more precious….
Maharaja - The Hindu - 26 january, 2012
Face of royalty
by Harshini Vakkalanka
Exhibition A Journey into the Time of the Maharajas lets you take a peek at royalty as much as it does early photography in India….
Maharaja - Time Out - Bangalore 18 January, 2012
by Nergish Sunavala
In the early decades of photography, only people had the pleasure of seeing their likeness captured, let alone framed and hung on the wall….
Maharaja - Bangalore Mirror - 18 January. 2012
Snapshots from history
by Pratima Chabbi
A Journey into the time of Maharajas depicts princely India and a historical record of an age we will never experience again….
Maharajas - Deccan Chronicle - 14 January, 2012
Journey into the times of Maharajas
by Darshana Ramdev
Grandeur and resplendence were once the lavish denizens of India’s cultural heritage. A thousand years ago….
Maharajas - Indulge - 13 January, 2012
The time machine
If you step into Tasveer Art Gallery, between January 18 and February 9, you’ll probably feel as though you are hobnobbing with royalty….
JetWings - December - 2011
Ajournry into the time of Maharajas
An evocation of princely India, the photographs in this exhibition are historical record of an an age we’ll never experience again….
Maharajas - PHOTO - 19 December, 2011
MAHARAJAS A L’HONNEUR
Tasveer, le principal réseau de galeries photographiques en Inde, présente
à Ahmedabad son exposition itinérante de portraits de maharajas. L’historien
indien E. Jaiwant Paul les décrit ainsi: