Thathwamasi Photography Exhibition in Bengaluru

N P Jayan
Thathwamasi, a photo exhibition that echoes woes of the Mother Earth organised by Honeycomb Creative Support held at the Belaku Gallery which is part of the Rangoli Metro Art Centre in the M G Road Metro station, Bengaluru from 21st– 23rdof November 2014 speaks both the beauty as well as crudeness of Sabarimala, one of the famous pilgrimages in India. It was N P Jayan, a renowned Photo Journalist and Photographer who captured the photographs of Periyar Tiger Reserve and Sabarimala. This exhibition is an initiative by well-known Malayalam actor Suresh Gopi.
 
Thathwamasi Photo Exhibition
The exhibition was inaugurated by eminent photographers Mr .Anand Sharan and Mr T.N.A Perumal..The inauguration also witnessed the occupancy of Mr. Jayaprakash, who is the all India general secretary for the Sabarimala Ayyappa Seva Samajam. The inauguration function saw a sound response and the presence of many eminent personalities lightened the same. The function also instigated the awareness for the damages caused at the Periyar Tiger reserve and Pampa River.
Thathwamasi Photo Exhibition
Thathwamasi Photo Exhibition
Thathwamasi Photo Exhibition
During the inauguration, Mr. T.N.A Perumal applauded the works of Mr. Jayan. He says he was mesmerized to see the beautiful captures by him and also felt sad learning about the destruction caused at Sabarimala. Photographs sure do speak louder than words. He also mentioned such awareness is necessary so that it can be corrected before anything serious happens. Mr. Anand Sharan also supported on the words of Mr T.N.A Perumal and said he was impressed with the works of Mr Jayan. He also said he is ready to lend him any kind of help in terms of Photography.
Thathwamasi Photo Exhibition
Mr. N P Jayan has been photographing this area over the past three years to cover the beauty as well as the natural destruction that has occurred here as the side-effects of pilgrimage. The collection of photographs, progressing from beauty to devastation, forces one to ponder over one’s own deeds of annihilation in the name of faith. The photographs expose the ailing forests and the increasing level of pollution caused by pilgrim tourism. Our endeavor is to create awareness among the present generation through our exhibitions, thereby help prevent further damage and save the Periyar Tiger Reserve and holy River Pamba. The exhibition is the fourth in the series. The previous exhibitions were held at India International Centre in New Delhi, Bombay Natural History Society in Mumbai and Karnataka Chitrakala Parishat in Bengaluru. 
 
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