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This Photofeature Beautifully Captures the Struggles of a Dark-Skinned Woman in a Fairness Obsessed Society

Priyambada Dubey | Last Modified - Aug 24, 2016, 03:41 PM IST

Photo series perfectly describes the struggles of a dark skinned girl in India
  • The Colour of our Skin
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    The Colour of our Skin
    If pictures spoke louder than words, this photoseries by Los Angeles-based Indian photographer, Arjun Kamath, would scream poignance. His latest work titled ‘Colour of our Skin’ is a commentary on Indian's obsession with the fair skin.
    In his photofeature, Kamath's characters that tell the story of Ranika, a dusky girl whose parents are unable to find a suitable match for her because of her complexion. The story unfolds over 37 photos and each frame seem to burst with colours and emotions.
    The series perfectly depicts the ill-treatment Ranika has to go through by a potential groom’s family and how she and her family ends up realising that beauty is only skin deep. This is a story of self-acceptance and hence mercifully ends on a positive note.
    In the following slides we take you to a visual tour of the journey of Ranika and her story of self-acceptance. Let the pictures do the talking.
    Click next to see more…
  • The Colour of our Skin
    +36 See more slides
    The Colour of our Skin
    If pictures spoke louder than words, this photoseries by Los Angeles-based Indian photographer, Arjun Kamath, would scream poignance. His latest work titled ‘Colour of our Skin’ is a commentary on Indian's obsession with the fair skin.
    In his photofeature, Kamath's characters that tell the story of Ranika, a dusky girl whose parents are unable to find a suitable match for her because of her complexion. The story unfolds over 37 photos and each frame seem to burst with colours and emotions.
    The series perfectly depicts the ill-treatment Ranika has to go through by a potential groom’s family and how she and her family ends up realising that beauty is only skin deep. This is a story of self-acceptance and hence mercifully ends on a positive note.
    In the following slides we take you to a visual tour of the journey of Ranika and her story of self-acceptance. Let the pictures do the talking.
    Click next to see more…
  • The Colour of our Skin
    +36 See more slides
    The Colour of our Skin
    If pictures spoke louder than words, this photoseries by Los Angeles-based Indian photographer, Arjun Kamath, would scream poignance. His latest work titled ‘Colour of our Skin’ is a commentary on Indian's obsession with the fair skin.
    In his photofeature, Kamath's characters that tell the story of Ranika, a dusky girl whose parents are unable to find a suitable match for her because of her complexion. The story unfolds over 37 photos and each frame seem to burst with colours and emotions.
    The series perfectly depicts the ill-treatment Ranika has to go through by a potential groom’s family and how she and her family ends up realising that beauty is only skin deep. This is a story of self-acceptance and hence mercifully ends on a positive note.
    In the following slides we take you to a visual tour of the journey of Ranika and her story of self-acceptance. Let the pictures do the talking.
    Click next to see more…
  • The Colour of our Skin
    +36 See more slides
    The Colour of our Skin
    If pictures spoke louder than words, this photoseries by Los Angeles-based Indian photographer, Arjun Kamath, would scream poignance. His latest work titled ‘Colour of our Skin’ is a commentary on Indian's obsession with the fair skin.
    In his photofeature, Kamath's characters that tell the story of Ranika, a dusky girl whose parents are unable to find a suitable match for her because of her complexion. The story unfolds over 37 photos and each frame seem to burst with colours and emotions.
    The series perfectly depicts the ill-treatment Ranika has to go through by a potential groom’s family and how she and her family ends up realising that beauty is only skin deep. This is a story of self-acceptance and hence mercifully ends on a positive note.
    In the following slides we take you to a visual tour of the journey of Ranika and her story of self-acceptance. Let the pictures do the talking.
    Click next to see more…
  • The Colour of our Skin
    +36 See more slides
    The Colour of our Skin
    If pictures spoke louder than words, this photoseries by Los Angeles-based Indian photographer, Arjun Kamath, would scream poignance. His latest work titled ‘Colour of our Skin’ is a commentary on Indian's obsession with the fair skin.
    In his photofeature, Kamath's characters that tell the story of Ranika, a dusky girl whose parents are unable to find a suitable match for her because of her complexion. The story unfolds over 37 photos and each frame seem to burst with colours and emotions.
    The series perfectly depicts the ill-treatment Ranika has to go through by a potential groom’s family and how she and her family ends up realising that beauty is only skin deep. This is a story of self-acceptance and hence mercifully ends on a positive note.
    In the following slides we take you to a visual tour of the journey of Ranika and her story of self-acceptance. Let the pictures do the talking.
    Click next to see more…
  • The Colour of our Skin
    +36 See more slides
    The Colour of our Skin
    If pictures spoke louder than words, this photoseries by Los Angeles-based Indian photographer, Arjun Kamath, would scream poignance. His latest work titled ‘Colour of our Skin’ is a commentary on Indian's obsession with the fair skin.
    In his photofeature, Kamath's characters that tell the story of Ranika, a dusky girl whose parents are unable to find a suitable match for her because of her complexion. The story unfolds over 37 photos and each frame seem to burst with colours and emotions.
    The series perfectly depicts the ill-treatment Ranika has to go through by a potential groom’s family and how she and her family ends up realising that beauty is only skin deep. This is a story of self-acceptance and hence mercifully ends on a positive note.
    In the following slides we take you to a visual tour of the journey of Ranika and her story of self-acceptance. Let the pictures do the talking.
    Click next to see more…
  • The Colour of our Skin
    +36 See more slides
    The Colour of our Skin
    If pictures spoke louder than words, this photoseries by Los Angeles-based Indian photographer, Arjun Kamath, would scream poignance. His latest work titled ‘Colour of our Skin’ is a commentary on Indian's obsession with the fair skin.
    In his photofeature, Kamath's characters that tell the story of Ranika, a dusky girl whose parents are unable to find a suitable match for her because of her complexion. The story unfolds over 37 photos and each frame seem to burst with colours and emotions.
    The series perfectly depicts the ill-treatment Ranika has to go through by a potential groom’s family and how she and her family ends up realising that beauty is only skin deep. This is a story of self-acceptance and hence mercifully ends on a positive note.
    In the following slides we take you to a visual tour of the journey of Ranika and her story of self-acceptance. Let the pictures do the talking.
    Click next to see more…
  • The Colour of our Skin
    +36 See more slides
    The Colour of our Skin
    If pictures spoke louder than words, this photoseries by Los Angeles-based Indian photographer, Arjun Kamath, would scream poignance. His latest work titled ‘Colour of our Skin’ is a commentary on Indian's obsession with the fair skin.
    In his photofeature, Kamath's characters that tell the story of Ranika, a dusky girl whose parents are unable to find a suitable match for her because of her complexion. The story unfolds over 37 photos and each frame seem to burst with colours and emotions.
    The series perfectly depicts the ill-treatment Ranika has to go through by a potential groom’s family and how she and her family ends up realising that beauty is only skin deep. This is a story of self-acceptance and hence mercifully ends on a positive note.
    In the following slides we take you to a visual tour of the journey of Ranika and her story of self-acceptance. Let the pictures do the talking.
    Click next to see more…
  • The Colour of our Skin
    +36 See more slides
    The Colour of our Skin
    If pictures spoke louder than words, this photoseries by Los Angeles-based Indian photographer, Arjun Kamath, would scream poignance. His latest work titled ‘Colour of our Skin’ is a commentary on Indian's obsession with the fair skin.
    In his photofeature, Kamath's characters that tell the story of Ranika, a dusky girl whose parents are unable to find a suitable match for her because of her complexion. The story unfolds over 37 photos and each frame seem to burst with colours and emotions.
    The series perfectly depicts the ill-treatment Ranika has to go through by a potential groom’s family and how she and her family ends up realising that beauty is only skin deep. This is a story of self-acceptance and hence mercifully ends on a positive note.
    In the following slides we take you to a visual tour of the journey of Ranika and her story of self-acceptance. Let the pictures do the talking.
    Click next to see more…
  • The Colour of our Skin
    +36 See more slides
    The Colour of our Skin
    If pictures spoke louder than words, this photoseries by Los Angeles-based Indian photographer, Arjun Kamath, would scream poignance. His latest work titled ‘Colour of our Skin’ is a commentary on Indian's obsession with the fair skin.
    In his photofeature, Kamath's characters that tell the story of Ranika, a dusky girl whose parents are unable to find a suitable match for her because of her complexion. The story unfolds over 37 photos and each frame seem to burst with colours and emotions.
    The series perfectly depicts the ill-treatment Ranika has to go through by a potential groom’s family and how she and her family ends up realising that beauty is only skin deep. This is a story of self-acceptance and hence mercifully ends on a positive note.
    In the following slides we take you to a visual tour of the journey of Ranika and her story of self-acceptance. Let the pictures do the talking.
    Click next to see more…
  • The Colour of our Skin
    +36 See more slides
    The Colour of our Skin
    If pictures spoke louder than words, this photoseries by Los Angeles-based Indian photographer, Arjun Kamath, would scream poignance. His latest work titled ‘Colour of our Skin’ is a commentary on Indian's obsession with the fair skin.
    In his photofeature, Kamath's characters that tell the story of Ranika, a dusky girl whose parents are unable to find a suitable match for her because of her complexion. The story unfolds over 37 photos and each frame seem to burst with colours and emotions.
    The series perfectly depicts the ill-treatment Ranika has to go through by a potential groom’s family and how she and her family ends up realising that beauty is only skin deep. This is a story of self-acceptance and hence mercifully ends on a positive note.
    In the following slides we take you to a visual tour of the journey of Ranika and her story of self-acceptance. Let the pictures do the talking.
    Click next to see more…
  • The Colour of our Skin
    +36 See more slides
    The Colour of our Skin
    If pictures spoke louder than words, this photoseries by Los Angeles-based Indian photographer, Arjun Kamath, would scream poignance. His latest work titled ‘Colour of our Skin’ is a commentary on Indian's obsession with the fair skin.
    In his photofeature, Kamath's characters that tell the story of Ranika, a dusky girl whose parents are unable to find a suitable match for her because of her complexion. The story unfolds over 37 photos and each frame seem to burst with colours and emotions.
    The series perfectly depicts the ill-treatment Ranika has to go through by a potential groom’s family and how she and her family ends up realising that beauty is only skin deep. This is a story of self-acceptance and hence mercifully ends on a positive note.
    In the following slides we take you to a visual tour of the journey of Ranika and her story of self-acceptance. Let the pictures do the talking.
    Click next to see more…
  • The Colour of our Skin
    +36 See more slides
    The Colour of our Skin
    If pictures spoke louder than words, this photoseries by Los Angeles-based Indian photographer, Arjun Kamath, would scream poignance. His latest work titled ‘Colour of our Skin’ is a commentary on Indian's obsession with the fair skin.
    In his photofeature, Kamath's characters that tell the story of Ranika, a dusky girl whose parents are unable to find a suitable match for her because of her complexion. The story unfolds over 37 photos and each frame seem to burst with colours and emotions.
    The series perfectly depicts the ill-treatment Ranika has to go through by a potential groom’s family and how she and her family ends up realising that beauty is only skin deep. This is a story of self-acceptance and hence mercifully ends on a positive note.
    In the following slides we take you to a visual tour of the journey of Ranika and her story of self-acceptance. Let the pictures do the talking.
    Click next to see more…
  • The Colour of our Skin
    +36 See more slides
    The Colour of our Skin
    If pictures spoke louder than words, this photoseries by Los Angeles-based Indian photographer, Arjun Kamath, would scream poignance. His latest work titled ‘Colour of our Skin’ is a commentary on Indian's obsession with the fair skin.
    In his photofeature, Kamath's characters that tell the story of Ranika, a dusky girl whose parents are unable to find a suitable match for her because of her complexion. The story unfolds over 37 photos and each frame seem to burst with colours and emotions.
    The series perfectly depicts the ill-treatment Ranika has to go through by a potential groom’s family and how she and her family ends up realising that beauty is only skin deep. This is a story of self-acceptance and hence mercifully ends on a positive note.
    In the following slides we take you to a visual tour of the journey of Ranika and her story of self-acceptance. Let the pictures do the talking.
    Click next to see more…
  • The Colour of our Skin
    +36 See more slides
    The Colour of our Skin
    If pictures spoke louder than words, this photoseries by Los Angeles-based Indian photographer, Arjun Kamath, would scream poignance. His latest work titled ‘Colour of our Skin’ is a commentary on Indian's obsession with the fair skin.
    In his photofeature, Kamath's characters that tell the story of Ranika, a dusky girl whose parents are unable to find a suitable match for her because of her complexion. The story unfolds over 37 photos and each frame seem to burst with colours and emotions.
    The series perfectly depicts the ill-treatment Ranika has to go through by a potential groom’s family and how she and her family ends up realising that beauty is only skin deep. This is a story of self-acceptance and hence mercifully ends on a positive note.
    In the following slides we take you to a visual tour of the journey of Ranika and her story of self-acceptance. Let the pictures do the talking.
    Click next to see more…
  • The Colour of our Skin
    +36 See more slides
    The Colour of our Skin
    If pictures spoke louder than words, this photoseries by Los Angeles-based Indian photographer, Arjun Kamath, would scream poignance. His latest work titled ‘Colour of our Skin’ is a commentary on Indian's obsession with the fair skin.
    In his photofeature, Kamath's characters that tell the story of Ranika, a dusky girl whose parents are unable to find a suitable match for her because of her complexion. The story unfolds over 37 photos and each frame seem to burst with colours and emotions.
    The series perfectly depicts the ill-treatment Ranika has to go through by a potential groom’s family and how she and her family ends up realising that beauty is only skin deep. This is a story of self-acceptance and hence mercifully ends on a positive note.
    In the following slides we take you to a visual tour of the journey of Ranika and her story of self-acceptance. Let the pictures do the talking.
    Click next to see more…
  • The Colour of our Skin
    +36 See more slides
    The Colour of our Skin
    If pictures spoke louder than words, this photoseries by Los Angeles-based Indian photographer, Arjun Kamath, would scream poignance. His latest work titled ‘Colour of our Skin’ is a commentary on Indian's obsession with the fair skin.
    In his photofeature, Kamath's characters that tell the story of Ranika, a dusky girl whose parents are unable to find a suitable match for her because of her complexion. The story unfolds over 37 photos and each frame seem to burst with colours and emotions.
    The series perfectly depicts the ill-treatment Ranika has to go through by a potential groom’s family and how she and her family ends up realising that beauty is only skin deep. This is a story of self-acceptance and hence mercifully ends on a positive note.
    In the following slides we take you to a visual tour of the journey of Ranika and her story of self-acceptance. Let the pictures do the talking.
    Click next to see more…
  • The Colour of our Skin
    +36 See more slides
    The Colour of our Skin
    If pictures spoke louder than words, this photoseries by Los Angeles-based Indian photographer, Arjun Kamath, would scream poignance. His latest work titled ‘Colour of our Skin’ is a commentary on Indian's obsession with the fair skin.
    In his photofeature, Kamath's characters that tell the story of Ranika, a dusky girl whose parents are unable to find a suitable match for her because of her complexion. The story unfolds over 37 photos and each frame seem to burst with colours and emotions.
    The series perfectly depicts the ill-treatment Ranika has to go through by a potential groom’s family and how she and her family ends up realising that beauty is only skin deep. This is a story of self-acceptance and hence mercifully ends on a positive note.
    In the following slides we take you to a visual tour of the journey of Ranika and her story of self-acceptance. Let the pictures do the talking.
    Click next to see more…
  • The Colour of our Skin
    +36 See more slides
    The Colour of our Skin
    If pictures spoke louder than words, this photoseries by Los Angeles-based Indian photographer, Arjun Kamath, would scream poignance. His latest work titled ‘Colour of our Skin’ is a commentary on Indian's obsession with the fair skin.
    In his photofeature, Kamath's characters that tell the story of Ranika, a dusky girl whose parents are unable to find a suitable match for her because of her complexion. The story unfolds over 37 photos and each frame seem to burst with colours and emotions.
    The series perfectly depicts the ill-treatment Ranika has to go through by a potential groom’s family and how she and her family ends up realising that beauty is only skin deep. This is a story of self-acceptance and hence mercifully ends on a positive note.
    In the following slides we take you to a visual tour of the journey of Ranika and her story of self-acceptance. Let the pictures do the talking.
    Click next to see more…
  • The Colour of our Skin
    +36 See more slides
    The Colour of our Skin
    If pictures spoke louder than words, this photoseries by Los Angeles-based Indian photographer, Arjun Kamath, would scream poignance. His latest work titled ‘Colour of our Skin’ is a commentary on Indian's obsession with the fair skin.
    In his photofeature, Kamath's characters that tell the story of Ranika, a dusky girl whose parents are unable to find a suitable match for her because of her complexion. The story unfolds over 37 photos and each frame seem to burst with colours and emotions.
    The series perfectly depicts the ill-treatment Ranika has to go through by a potential groom’s family and how she and her family ends up realising that beauty is only skin deep. This is a story of self-acceptance and hence mercifully ends on a positive note.
    In the following slides we take you to a visual tour of the journey of Ranika and her story of self-acceptance. Let the pictures do the talking.
    Click next to see more…
  • The Colour of our Skin
    +36 See more slides
    The Colour of our Skin
    If pictures spoke louder than words, this photoseries by Los Angeles-based Indian photographer, Arjun Kamath, would scream poignance. His latest work titled ‘Colour of our Skin’ is a commentary on Indian's obsession with the fair skin.
    In his photofeature, Kamath's characters that tell the story of Ranika, a dusky girl whose parents are unable to find a suitable match for her because of her complexion. The story unfolds over 37 photos and each frame seem to burst with colours and emotions.
    The series perfectly depicts the ill-treatment Ranika has to go through by a potential groom’s family and how she and her family ends up realising that beauty is only skin deep. This is a story of self-acceptance and hence mercifully ends on a positive note.
    In the following slides we take you to a visual tour of the journey of Ranika and her story of self-acceptance. Let the pictures do the talking.
    Click next to see more…
  • The Colour of our Skin
    +36 See more slides
    The Colour of our Skin
    If pictures spoke louder than words, this photoseries by Los Angeles-based Indian photographer, Arjun Kamath, would scream poignance. His latest work titled ‘Colour of our Skin’ is a commentary on Indian's obsession with the fair skin.
    In his photofeature, Kamath's characters that tell the story of Ranika, a dusky girl whose parents are unable to find a suitable match for her because of her complexion. The story unfolds over 37 photos and each frame seem to burst with colours and emotions.
    The series perfectly depicts the ill-treatment Ranika has to go through by a potential groom’s family and how she and her family ends up realising that beauty is only skin deep. This is a story of self-acceptance and hence mercifully ends on a positive note.
    In the following slides we take you to a visual tour of the journey of Ranika and her story of self-acceptance. Let the pictures do the talking.
    Click next to see more…
  • The Colour of our Skin
    +36 See more slides
    The Colour of our Skin
    If pictures spoke louder than words, this photoseries by Los Angeles-based Indian photographer, Arjun Kamath, would scream poignance. His latest work titled ‘Colour of our Skin’ is a commentary on Indian's obsession with the fair skin.
    In his photofeature, Kamath's characters that tell the story of Ranika, a dusky girl whose parents are unable to find a suitable match for her because of her complexion. The story unfolds over 37 photos and each frame seem to burst with colours and emotions.
    The series perfectly depicts the ill-treatment Ranika has to go through by a potential groom’s family and how she and her family ends up realising that beauty is only skin deep. This is a story of self-acceptance and hence mercifully ends on a positive note.
    In the following slides we take you to a visual tour of the journey of Ranika and her story of self-acceptance. Let the pictures do the talking.
    Click next to see more…
  • The Colour of our Skin
    +36 See more slides
    The Colour of our Skin
    If pictures spoke louder than words, this photoseries by Los Angeles-based Indian photographer, Arjun Kamath, would scream poignance. His latest work titled ‘Colour of our Skin’ is a commentary on Indian's obsession with the fair skin.
    In his photofeature, Kamath's characters that tell the story of Ranika, a dusky girl whose parents are unable to find a suitable match for her because of her complexion. The story unfolds over 37 photos and each frame seem to burst with colours and emotions.
    The series perfectly depicts the ill-treatment Ranika has to go through by a potential groom’s family and how she and her family ends up realising that beauty is only skin deep. This is a story of self-acceptance and hence mercifully ends on a positive note.
    In the following slides we take you to a visual tour of the journey of Ranika and her story of self-acceptance. Let the pictures do the talking.
    Click next to see more…
  • The Colour of our Skin
    +36 See more slides
    The Colour of our Skin
    If pictures spoke louder than words, this photoseries by Los Angeles-based Indian photographer, Arjun Kamath, would scream poignance. His latest work titled ‘Colour of our Skin’ is a commentary on Indian's obsession with the fair skin.
    In his photofeature, Kamath's characters that tell the story of Ranika, a dusky girl whose parents are unable to find a suitable match for her because of her complexion. The story unfolds over 37 photos and each frame seem to burst with colours and emotions.
    The series perfectly depicts the ill-treatment Ranika has to go through by a potential groom’s family and how she and her family ends up realising that beauty is only skin deep. This is a story of self-acceptance and hence mercifully ends on a positive note.
    In the following slides we take you to a visual tour of the journey of Ranika and her story of self-acceptance. Let the pictures do the talking.
    Click next to see more…
  • The Colour of our Skin
    +36 See more slides
    The Colour of our Skin
    If pictures spoke louder than words, this photoseries by Los Angeles-based Indian photographer, Arjun Kamath, would scream poignance. His latest work titled ‘Colour of our Skin’ is a commentary on Indian's obsession with the fair skin.
    In his photofeature, Kamath's characters that tell the story of Ranika, a dusky girl whose parents are unable to find a suitable match for her because of her complexion. The story unfolds over 37 photos and each frame seem to burst with colours and emotions.
    The series perfectly depicts the ill-treatment Ranika has to go through by a potential groom’s family and how she and her family ends up realising that beauty is only skin deep. This is a story of self-acceptance and hence mercifully ends on a positive note.
    In the following slides we take you to a visual tour of the journey of Ranika and her story of self-acceptance. Let the pictures do the talking.
    Click next to see more…
  • The Colour of our Skin
    +36 See more slides
    The Colour of our Skin
    If pictures spoke louder than words, this photoseries by Los Angeles-based Indian photographer, Arjun Kamath, would scream poignance. His latest work titled ‘Colour of our Skin’ is a commentary on Indian's obsession with the fair skin.
    In his photofeature, Kamath's characters that tell the story of Ranika, a dusky girl whose parents are unable to find a suitable match for her because of her complexion. The story unfolds over 37 photos and each frame seem to burst with colours and emotions.
    The series perfectly depicts the ill-treatment Ranika has to go through by a potential groom’s family and how she and her family ends up realising that beauty is only skin deep. This is a story of self-acceptance and hence mercifully ends on a positive note.
    In the following slides we take you to a visual tour of the journey of Ranika and her story of self-acceptance. Let the pictures do the talking.
    Click next to see more…
  • The Colour of our Skin
    +36 See more slides
    The Colour of our Skin
    If pictures spoke louder than words, this photoseries by Los Angeles-based Indian photographer, Arjun Kamath, would scream poignance. His latest work titled ‘Colour of our Skin’ is a commentary on Indian's obsession with the fair skin.
    In his photofeature, Kamath's characters that tell the story of Ranika, a dusky girl whose parents are unable to find a suitable match for her because of her complexion. The story unfolds over 37 photos and each frame seem to burst with colours and emotions.
    The series perfectly depicts the ill-treatment Ranika has to go through by a potential groom’s family and how she and her family ends up realising that beauty is only skin deep. This is a story of self-acceptance and hence mercifully ends on a positive note.
    In the following slides we take you to a visual tour of the journey of Ranika and her story of self-acceptance. Let the pictures do the talking.
    Click next to see more…
  • The Colour of our Skin
    +36 See more slides
    The Colour of our Skin
    If pictures spoke louder than words, this photoseries by Los Angeles-based Indian photographer, Arjun Kamath, would scream poignance. His latest work titled ‘Colour of our Skin’ is a commentary on Indian's obsession with the fair skin.
    In his photofeature, Kamath's characters that tell the story of Ranika, a dusky girl whose parents are unable to find a suitable match for her because of her complexion. The story unfolds over 37 photos and each frame seem to burst with colours and emotions.
    The series perfectly depicts the ill-treatment Ranika has to go through by a potential groom’s family and how she and her family ends up realising that beauty is only skin deep. This is a story of self-acceptance and hence mercifully ends on a positive note.
    In the following slides we take you to a visual tour of the journey of Ranika and her story of self-acceptance. Let the pictures do the talking.
    Click next to see more…
  • The Colour of our Skin
    +36 See more slides
    The Colour of our Skin
    If pictures spoke louder than words, this photoseries by Los Angeles-based Indian photographer, Arjun Kamath, would scream poignance. His latest work titled ‘Colour of our Skin’ is a commentary on Indian's obsession with the fair skin.
    In his photofeature, Kamath's characters that tell the story of Ranika, a dusky girl whose parents are unable to find a suitable match for her because of her complexion. The story unfolds over 37 photos and each frame seem to burst with colours and emotions.
    The series perfectly depicts the ill-treatment Ranika has to go through by a potential groom’s family and how she and her family ends up realising that beauty is only skin deep. This is a story of self-acceptance and hence mercifully ends on a positive note.
    In the following slides we take you to a visual tour of the journey of Ranika and her story of self-acceptance. Let the pictures do the talking.
    Click next to see more…
  • The Colour of our Skin
    +36 See more slides
    The Colour of our Skin
    If pictures spoke louder than words, this photoseries by Los Angeles-based Indian photographer, Arjun Kamath, would scream poignance. His latest work titled ‘Colour of our Skin’ is a commentary on Indian's obsession with the fair skin.
    In his photofeature, Kamath's characters that tell the story of Ranika, a dusky girl whose parents are unable to find a suitable match for her because of her complexion. The story unfolds over 37 photos and each frame seem to burst with colours and emotions.
    The series perfectly depicts the ill-treatment Ranika has to go through by a potential groom’s family and how she and her family ends up realising that beauty is only skin deep. This is a story of self-acceptance and hence mercifully ends on a positive note.
    In the following slides we take you to a visual tour of the journey of Ranika and her story of self-acceptance. Let the pictures do the talking.
    Click next to see more…
  • The Colour of our Skin
    +36 See more slides
    The Colour of our Skin
    If pictures spoke louder than words, this photoseries by Los Angeles-based Indian photographer, Arjun Kamath, would scream poignance. His latest work titled ‘Colour of our Skin’ is a commentary on Indian's obsession with the fair skin.
    In his photofeature, Kamath's characters that tell the story of Ranika, a dusky girl whose parents are unable to find a suitable match for her because of her complexion. The story unfolds over 37 photos and each frame seem to burst with colours and emotions.
    The series perfectly depicts the ill-treatment Ranika has to go through by a potential groom’s family and how she and her family ends up realising that beauty is only skin deep. This is a story of self-acceptance and hence mercifully ends on a positive note.
    In the following slides we take you to a visual tour of the journey of Ranika and her story of self-acceptance. Let the pictures do the talking.
    Click next to see more…
  • The Colour of our Skin
    +36 See more slides
    The Colour of our Skin
    If pictures spoke louder than words, this photoseries by Los Angeles-based Indian photographer, Arjun Kamath, would scream poignance. His latest work titled ‘Colour of our Skin’ is a commentary on Indian's obsession with the fair skin.
    In his photofeature, Kamath's characters that tell the story of Ranika, a dusky girl whose parents are unable to find a suitable match for her because of her complexion. The story unfolds over 37 photos and each frame seem to burst with colours and emotions.
    The series perfectly depicts the ill-treatment Ranika has to go through by a potential groom’s family and how she and her family ends up realising that beauty is only skin deep. This is a story of self-acceptance and hence mercifully ends on a positive note.
    In the following slides we take you to a visual tour of the journey of Ranika and her story of self-acceptance. Let the pictures do the talking.
    Click next to see more…
  • The Colour of our Skin
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    The Colour of our Skin
    If pictures spoke louder than words, this photoseries by Los Angeles-based Indian photographer, Arjun Kamath, would scream poignance. His latest work titled ‘Colour of our Skin’ is a commentary on Indian's obsession with the fair skin.
    In his photofeature, Kamath's characters that tell the story of Ranika, a dusky girl whose parents are unable to find a suitable match for her because of her complexion. The story unfolds over 37 photos and each frame seem to burst with colours and emotions.
    The series perfectly depicts the ill-treatment Ranika has to go through by a potential groom’s family and how she and her family ends up realising that beauty is only skin deep. This is a story of self-acceptance and hence mercifully ends on a positive note.
    In the following slides we take you to a visual tour of the journey of Ranika and her story of self-acceptance. Let the pictures do the talking.
    Click next to see more…
  • The Colour of our Skin
    +36 See more slides
    The Colour of our Skin
    If pictures spoke louder than words, this photoseries by Los Angeles-based Indian photographer, Arjun Kamath, would scream poignance. His latest work titled ‘Colour of our Skin’ is a commentary on Indian's obsession with the fair skin.
    In his photofeature, Kamath's characters that tell the story of Ranika, a dusky girl whose parents are unable to find a suitable match for her because of her complexion. The story unfolds over 37 photos and each frame seem to burst with colours and emotions.
    The series perfectly depicts the ill-treatment Ranika has to go through by a potential groom’s family and how she and her family ends up realising that beauty is only skin deep. This is a story of self-acceptance and hence mercifully ends on a positive note.
    In the following slides we take you to a visual tour of the journey of Ranika and her story of self-acceptance. Let the pictures do the talking.
    Click next to see more…
  • The Colour of our Skin
    +36 See more slides
    The Colour of our Skin
    If pictures spoke louder than words, this photoseries by Los Angeles-based Indian photographer, Arjun Kamath, would scream poignance. His latest work titled ‘Colour of our Skin’ is a commentary on Indian's obsession with the fair skin.
    In his photofeature, Kamath's characters that tell the story of Ranika, a dusky girl whose parents are unable to find a suitable match for her because of her complexion. The story unfolds over 37 photos and each frame seem to burst with colours and emotions.
    The series perfectly depicts the ill-treatment Ranika has to go through by a potential groom’s family and how she and her family ends up realising that beauty is only skin deep. This is a story of self-acceptance and hence mercifully ends on a positive note.
    In the following slides we take you to a visual tour of the journey of Ranika and her story of self-acceptance. Let the pictures do the talking.
    Click next to see more…
  • The Colour of our Skin
    +36 See more slides
    The Colour of our Skin
    If pictures spoke louder than words, this photoseries by Los Angeles-based Indian photographer, Arjun Kamath, would scream poignance. His latest work titled ‘Colour of our Skin’ is a commentary on Indian's obsession with the fair skin.
    In his photofeature, Kamath's characters that tell the story of Ranika, a dusky girl whose parents are unable to find a suitable match for her because of her complexion. The story unfolds over 37 photos and each frame seem to burst with colours and emotions.
    The series perfectly depicts the ill-treatment Ranika has to go through by a potential groom’s family and how she and her family ends up realising that beauty is only skin deep. This is a story of self-acceptance and hence mercifully ends on a positive note.
    In the following slides we take you to a visual tour of the journey of Ranika and her story of self-acceptance. Let the pictures do the talking.
    Click next to see more…

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