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Anusha Yadav
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Latest Post : "This photograph of my parents Taroon Coomar and Indira Bhaduri is by far one of my most favourite images of all, and while I have asked myself the reason so very many times, I am still not sure why" Circa 1940 - by Jaya Bachchan.
Image and Text contributed by Jaya Bachchan, Mumbai This photograph of my parents Taroon Coomar and Indira Bhaduri is by far one of my most favourite images of all, and while I have asked myself the reason so very many times, I am still not sure why. I had looked at and thought about it so often that a few years ago …
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:New Post: After NCC, I wanted to join the Army but women were not to be allowed until 25 years later. 
Image and Text contributed by Shavinder Kaur, Mumbai. I was a 20 year old NCC Cadet (National Cadet Corps) of the Punjab Contingent and this picture in the ceremonial NCC Blazer was given to all the cadets who had been photographed for their participation in the Republic Day Parade and camp. I remember that cold January 26 – …
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Indian Memory Project show at Sensorium, Goa. Festival of Arts & Literature Opening this week. :)
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Fearing the worst, they rushed in only to be apprised by my very stoic grandfather that the original owners of the haveli, two women from Pakistan with all requisite permissions and accompanied with police from both Nations, to claim some moveable assets they had left behind. 
Image and Text contributed by Amita Bajaj, Mumbai My grandfather Dr. Gurbaksh Singh Nayar, or as we called him ‘Papaji’ was a well known practising doctor. His brothers and he owned a lot of real estate property in the North Eastern Punjab Province Sialkot‘s “Nayar Bazar” (now Pakistan). The market comprised of 34 shops with residences above. …
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A story about one of India's most popular films of the 70s. Mr. Natwarlal (1979) by Tony Juneja. 
  Image and Text contributed by Tony Juneja, Mumbai My name is Ramanjit Singh Juneja, however family and friends affectionately call me is Tony, and everyone knows me as Tony Juneja. I was born in 1954 in Patiala, Punjab, and my father worked as a liquor supplier to the Army Canteen stores and Indian Army Troops. …
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Presenting our 150th narrative and image- the oldest image in the Indian Memory Project archive, from the early 1860s.

Image and Text contributed by Jenny Mallin, Berkshire, England. “Rai, zeera, huldi..” she would whisper under her breath whilst counting the ingredients on her fingers. Cooking came naturally to my mother, but occasionally she would open the pantry door and out would come a huge ledger book (image link), whereupon she would leaf through the pages until …
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Mapping romance: Now, pin the spot you fell in love on Google maps
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:New Post: "Bombay, I tell you, was the most beautiful and interesting city." 1941. by Rumi Taraporevala & Sooni Taraporevala
Image & Text contributed by Rumi Taraporevala/ Sooni Taraporevala This photograph of our family was taken by my youngest kaka (uncle) Shapoor at Juhu Beach. We had all gone out to Juhu beach for a picnic, outside the Palm Grove hotel (now Ramada Plaza Palm Grove). It was a regular haunt for picnics and we used to …
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Very stoked to tell everyone that we have been invited by FORMAT festival, UK's largest curated biennale of International photography, to research & curate an exhibition in 2015 on the theme 'Evidence'. 
Our exhibition's subject is - 'Indian Subcontinental Forensic & Evidence photography before the 1960s.'

we are also looking out for personal, private, or professional images, non fiction artworks, news paper / magazine cuttings, collections and archives that deal with and document crime, (theft, robbery, murder), smuggling, criminals, forensics, political offenders, crime scenes, and criminal evidence BEFORE 1960. All leads are welcome, but please do not post any images here. Please inbox OR write at anusha@thememorycompany.org
Very stoked to tell everyone that we have been invited by FORMAT festival, UK's largest curated biennale of International photography, to research &...
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:New Post: My grandfather had sternly indicated that any anti-government/ british activity would have disastrous consequences for the family as he was then the sole earning member and hence they would have to be very cautious. 
  Image and Text contributed by Jayati Gupta, India Indian textiles were a major part of the East India Company’s trade since the 17th century. Hundreds of thousands of people in India were involved in the textile trade, as spinners, weavers and dyers. 
By the early years of the 20th century too, textile and textile technology was …
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Education
  • National Institute of Design
    Communication Design, 1992 - 1997
  • University of Brighton
    Photography, 2006 - 2007
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Photography/Photo Archiving/Publication Design
Employment
  • The Memory Company
    Founder, 2013 - present
  • Anusha Yadav
    Photography, 2005 - present
  • Indian Memory Project
    Founder, 2010 - present
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