Dally Day by Eshank Kanojia

There is a happy feeling when you see this picture, but there is always another dark side of the moon, shows how the young minds are thinking of world and India in specific. Around 1.77 million people in India are homeless i.e 0.15% of total population according to the sources. There is an acute shortage of more than 18.75 million houses. The number of people living in slums in India is said to be equal or more than the population of Italy and UK. According to the Indian government survey every 2 out of 3 children living in slums are facing child abuse, another 50% are sexually abuse . Strange to know but even after the death of 27,584 people in 2014 ( according to HT ) 23000 households are still breathing around Mumbai’s railway tracks. Who are we? Where are we heading? What do we care for? Why is there a situation as such? When is the change coming?

NIKON D5300 | Exposure 1/1000sec @ f/1.8 | ISO 100 | Focal Length 35mm

Award Winner
Photo of the Day

Award Date
December 29, 2019



Value 12
Clarity 12
Composition 18
Style 13
Skill 12

Award Category
Portrait Photography

Photograph Location
Delhi, India

Born in lucknow, Eshank kanojia lives in mumbai, India. He completed his diploma in professional photography in fine arts and story telling images from delhi india Pearl academy. And roamed different cities capturing moments and emotions . Eshank was been bought up in a middle class family he has four members including him. He is emotionally attached with the way of taking pictures.

Current Location
Mumbai, India


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