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Winners of the CPB Photo Awards 2024

Published on Apr 08, 2024 04:57 PM IST

See the winning images from India's leading photo awards.

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A newly-married Irular couple at Mahabalipuram during the Maasi Magam festival. (Winning image in the Portrait category).(Akilan Thyagrajan) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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A newly-married Irular couple at Mahabalipuram during the Maasi Magam festival. (Winning image in the Portrait category).(Akilan Thyagrajan)

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Arya and Akshaya, students of the first batch of female students of Kathakali at Kerala Kalamandalam seen practicing Kannusadhakam (eye exercises) during their 5am Sadhakam in Thrissur district, in Kerala on June 29, 2023. With their entry, it’s curtains for a 90-year-old, men-only tradition at the Kalamandalam. (Winning image for Danish Siddiqui Award for Socially Concerned Photography - Photo of the Year).(Thulasi Kakkat) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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Arya and Akshaya, students of the first batch of female students of Kathakali at Kerala Kalamandalam seen practicing Kannusadhakam (eye exercises) during their 5am Sadhakam in Thrissur district, in Kerala on June 29, 2023. With their entry, it’s curtains for a 90-year-old, men-only tradition at the Kalamandalam. (Winning image for Danish Siddiqui Award for Socially Concerned Photography - Photo of the Year).(Thulasi Kakkat)

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Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath seen participating in a roadshow aboard a bulldozer in support of BJP candidate Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore from the Jhotwara constituency ahead of the Rajasthan Assembly elections in Jaipur, Rajasthan, India, on November 23, 2023. According to the author of the image, Yogi Adityanath may be credited as the inventor of the bulldozer as a weapon for politics.(Winning image in the News and Current Affairs Single category- single image).(Vishal Bhatnagar) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Apr 08, 2024 04:57 PM IST

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath seen participating in a roadshow aboard a bulldozer in support of BJP candidate Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore from the Jhotwara constituency ahead of the Rajasthan Assembly elections in Jaipur, Rajasthan, India, on November 23, 2023. According to the author of the image, Yogi Adityanath may be credited as the inventor of the bulldozer as a weapon for politics.(Winning image in the News and Current Affairs Single category- single image).(Vishal Bhatnagar)

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Residents carry their household goods and climb onto an under-construction overpass after being displaced in Saini nursery, Mayur Vihar, New Delhi on July 12, 2023. Many villages and farmlands were submerged in Delhi around the Yamuna river due to heavy rainfall and floods primarily caused by climate change. (Winning image in the Climate, Environment & Conservation category- single image).(Surender Solanki) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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Residents carry their household goods and climb onto an under-construction overpass after being displaced in Saini nursery, Mayur Vihar, New Delhi on July 12, 2023. Many villages and farmlands were submerged in Delhi around the Yamuna river due to heavy rainfall and floods primarily caused by climate change. (Winning image in the Climate, Environment & Conservation category- single image).(Surender Solanki)

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A Brahminy kite seen attempting to snatch a frog from the beak of a Black Headed Ibis in Chilika Lake, India. While the author could capture the dramatic moment from a nearby boat, the juvenile kite successfully stole the kill and flew off with it. (Winning image in the Nature & Wildlife category—single image).(Nitin Jain) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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A Brahminy kite seen attempting to snatch a frog from the beak of a Black Headed Ibis in Chilika Lake, India. While the author could capture the dramatic moment from a nearby boat, the juvenile kite successfully stole the kill and flew off with it. (Winning image in the Nature & Wildlife category—single image).(Nitin Jain)

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“Tucked away in a scorching dunes of Pokhran, is an ugly story of a nation's atomic might. In the summer of 1998, India blasted its way into the world's consciousness by testing a nuclear device. It was heard, but in that loud rumble of earth, triggered by a series of nuclear explosions, a generation lost its voice. The desert dwellers of Khetolai, Loharki and Chacha villages are still paying the price of India's nuclear story that unfolded in the sand dunes nearby,” writes Chinky Shukla, winner of the Emami Art Regional Photographer of the Year award for her series ‘When Buddha Stopped Smiling.’(Chinky Shukla) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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“Tucked away in a scorching dunes of Pokhran, is an ugly story of a nation's atomic might. In the summer of 1998, India blasted its way into the world's consciousness by testing a nuclear device. It was heard, but in that loud rumble of earth, triggered by a series of nuclear explosions, a generation lost its voice. The desert dwellers of Khetolai, Loharki and Chacha villages are still paying the price of India's nuclear story that unfolded in the sand dunes nearby,” writes Chinky Shukla, winner of the Emami Art Regional Photographer of the Year award for her series ‘When Buddha Stopped Smiling.’(Chinky Shukla)

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“Farming in India can easily become a debt trap, successive governments have struggled to stem suicides among cultivators by initiatives like Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana, a crop insurance program, or small loans via KCC or Kisan credit card (farmers' credit card) but many aren’t able to access loans or insurance because they don’t have land deeds in their name, often because paperwork is incomplete or they’re tenants,” writes Anindito Mukherjee, winner of the Photo Story of the Year for his series ‘The perils of the smallholders who feed India.’(Anindito Mukherjee) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Apr 08, 2024 04:57 PM IST

“Farming in India can easily become a debt trap, successive governments have struggled to stem suicides among cultivators by initiatives like Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana, a crop insurance program, or small loans via KCC or Kisan credit card (farmers' credit card) but many aren’t able to access loans or insurance because they don’t have land deeds in their name, often because paperwork is incomplete or they’re tenants,” writes Anindito Mukherjee, winner of the Photo Story of the Year for his series ‘The perils of the smallholders who feed India.’(Anindito Mukherjee)

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A family resting at Oachira Parabrahma temple during the festival season. (Winning image in the Daily Life and Culture category – single image).(Joseph Rahul) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Apr 08, 2024 04:57 PM IST

A family resting at Oachira Parabrahma temple during the festival season. (Winning image in the Daily Life and Culture category – single image).(Joseph Rahul)

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