We celebrate International Rhino Day every year on 22ed September. Let’s look at a couple of images from the past and see how the richest of the rich and mighty powers had looked upon the same species of Rhino.
It was a regular practice for the King/Prince of England to visit his colonies across the world during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. During their visit, the most exciting events were meeting the local princes (Zamindar, Princely States, Rajwada, etc) and going on hunting.
Prince of England, Edward VIII (Edward Albert Christian George Andrew Patrick David; 23 June 1894 – 28 May 1972) came to India in 1921. After visiting most parts of India and Nepal he returned to England in 1921.
Hunt The Haunted is a ‘community collective’ supposed to be engaged in the process of searching, collecting, selecting, synthesising community’s stories worth revisiting from the hidden spaces of our everyday life. We intend to present these findings to people who are not experts in any field but just suppressed wanderers engaged in the busy schedules of his/her life. This collective has an orientation towards ‘community travelling’ where we travel across time and space and thus history, culture, art, photography, music, story telling, performative arts etc are our few ways of expression.