Sanjit Das (43) More files...
Indian b.1976



Sanjit Das is a self-taught photographer living between two Asian cities - New Delhi and Kuala Lumpur.



His keen interest in social issues is evident in his role as a chronicler, documenting India's rapid transformation from rural economy to a global superpower. He finds interesting how photography can focus on the people who are living and dreaming through this rapid change.



Sanjit's work has been published internationally by Atlantic, Businessweek, Le Monde, Newsweek, Intelligence in Lifestyle, The Wall St. Journal, The New York Times, TIME and others.



In 2007, Sanjit was featured in a book showcasing contemporary Indian artists, 'Made by Indians' published by Gallerie Enrico Navarra.
Somali refugees wait outside the clinic at the Dagahaley camp, part of the...
08/2011
A Buddhist monk is seen inside the kitchen of the ancient Punakha Dzong...
03/2008
A young woman, still wet from a recent rain shower, stands on a tomb in the...
08/2011
Diamond specialists check the shapes of the rough diamonds in the planning...
02/2009
Diamond specialists working at the diamond cutting and polishing factory in...
02/2009
47 year old Sampat Pal Devi, founder and leader of the 10,000 strong Gulabi...
09/2008
Day labourers help cotton farmers bring in their crop to sell at the local...
12/2008
Security forces watch over the Dimasa community centre in Jorai village. On...
06/2009
When Cyclone Nargis hit the Irrawaddy Delta on 02/05/2008, all Aye Aye Maw...
17/05/2008
A Delhi Metro train on an elevated track beside a Hanuman temple.
07/2007
Day labourers look through an Italian magazine in the spice market in Old Delhi.
03/2005
When Cyclone Nargis hit the Irrawaddy Delta on 02/05/2008, all 39 year old U...
17/05/2008
A boy helps to rebuild houses in the village of Kyauktan Yelapaye, devastated...
14/05/2008
Women walk through a field in front of the Vedanta Alumina plant in Lanjigarh.
03/2008
Savita Mandal, the widow of 34 year old Dula Mandal, shows a photo of her...
10/2008
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