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‘At Indian Photo Arts we constantly strive to provide all the gifted individuals out there with a bigger and better platform to showcase their skills and achievements in the field of photojournalism.

The Winning Photographs from Weekly Contest 3 Featuring the 7 best photographs from our previous weekly contest on the theme – “Colors in our Daily Lives”. Heartiest congratulations to those who got featured and a big round of applause for all those who took time out of their schedule to take part in this contest. […]

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The Winning Photographs from Weekly Contest Featuring the 7 best photographs from our second weekly contest. The contest was not based on any particular theme. Photographs belonging to any genre was accepted. Heartiest congratulations to those who got featured and a big round of applause for all those who took time out of their schedule […]

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The Winning Photographs from Weekly Contest Featuring the 6 best photographs from our previous weekly contest. The contest got over on 27.06.2019 and was not based on any particular theme. Photographs belonging to any genre was accepted. Heartiest congratulations to those who got featured and a big round of applause for all those who took […]

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Here is a selection of the best entries made by our members to our facebook group Indian Photo ARTS over the past 2 months. Join our facebook group Indian Photo ARTS and stay tuned for more such updates in the future and give yourself a chance to get your work featured with us. Instagram users can follow us at @ipamagazine and tag your entries with #IPA or #ipamagazine to get featured with us.

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There was a time when their roars echoed across vast stretches of Eastern Europe, Central and Southern Asia even parts of the Balkan Peninsula. The Asiatic lion once ruled a territory much more diverse and expanded than their African counterparts. It is hard to imagine in the present context these animals during the early 19th century had a wide habitat range in India, ranging from Punjab in the north to the outer reaches of Bengal in the east and as far as the Narmada river valley in the south. Yet another magnificent animal had succumbed to the worst form of plague this planet has ever witnessed-the greed and cruelty of humans. An animal which once ranged across continents, several countries and numbered in few hundred thousand was reduced to a shocking mere fifteen individuals in one narrow stretch of forest in the eastern Indian state of Gujarat by 1913.

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