• The late Homai Vyarawalla was a pioneer in more ways than one. Not only was she India’s first female photojournalist, her career also documented the overthrow of Britain’s colonial rule in the country. The sari wearing, Rolleiflex toting woman was not taken seriously initially, which afforded her the freedom to come and go as she pleased, clicking photographs that nobody else thought of.
    • Spanish artist Salvador Dali in New York back in 1963. The image was shot by Indian photojournalist Priya Ramrakha, who was killed while covering the Nigerian Civil War in 1968. Ramrakha’s finest photographs that were believed to have been lost were discovered buried in a Nairobi garage 40 years after his death
    • This picture shot by late Indian photojournalist during the Rohingya refugee crisis won him the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for Feature Photography. Siddiqui died in the line of duty in Afghanistan on July 15, 2021