This set of pictures explores the visual appeal of an object when it appears in collective within a like group. Most of these pictures are of articles put up for sale around the Gharwal-Kumaon Region of Uttaranchal.
Handmade bangles put up for sale at a market in Nainital.
Bundles of hollow bamboo for setting up 'pandaals' being carried in a truck.
Traditional ceramic octagonal bangles of free-size.
Traditional twisted glass bangles.
Multicoloured letter beads made out of wood stored in a basket.
Industrially manufactured plastic letter beads.
A temple border adorned with bells. This has ritualistic importance in the region.
Brown grass which is dried and used for making rings for the 'Matkas' to stand on.
Fruits which are regionally known as 'Kumaonis' which look like smaller peaches.
A cart of fresh mulberries plucked from the hills of Kumaon mountains.
A clump of litchis put up for sale at a highway fruit shop in the forests of Kumaon.
A display of locally manufactured & chinese made footwear for children.