Debiprasad Mukherjee, 32, a business consultant shot this photograph at Burrabazar, Kolkata on the occasion of Holi.
Indrajit Lahiri, 38, an IT business consultant, shot this photograph of a shopkeeper selling Sheermal and Bakarkhani bread while on a foodwalk during Ramzan in 2015 in the Chitpur area, near Nakhoda Masjid in Kolkata.
At the Sunderbans, man, river and forest share a close relationship. Dire poverty urges people to fish in the river and collect honey and firewood in the forest to make their living, as seen in this photograph by 36-year-old businessman, Supriyo Ranjan Sarkar.
Seasonal flowers named Kash form a beautiful background as a masked Chhau dancer enacts the character of a warrior at Purulia, near Ayodhya Hill in West Bengal in this photograph by 36-year-old Arghya Chatterjee
Graphic designer Arpita Pramanick, 24, beautifully captures the essence of summer in Kolkata in this photograph. Shot at Mullick Ghat, the photo shows local children playfully jumping into the Ganges against the backdrop of the Howrah bridge.
A waiter dressed in a classic white uniform, rushes up the stairs of Kolkata's The College Street Coffee house in this photograph by 31-year-old Anindito Mukherjee, a photojournalist with Reuters. With its Victorian charm and classic menu, the coffee house continues to be a popular hangout, for artists, intellectuals and the youth.
Swaroop Singha Roy, a 21-year-old student, shot this photo of a Buffy Fish Owl during a trip to the Sundarbans National Park. He titled it, ‘The Headmaster’.
Drawn by the sheer beauty and the innocent smiles of the children, Praveen Chetri, a 27-year-old freelance photographer, shot this image on his way to Lava, a small tourist destination in Kalimpong.
A faithful offers prayers to Goddes Durga during the immersion ceremony on the last day of the Durga Puja festival. Pinak Pramanik, a 28-year-old government employee, shot the photo at Guptipara, Hooghly district in West Bengal.
It's all about speed at Moi-Charan (Bull Racing) Festival at Herobhanga Village near Canning, West Bengal. The photograph was shot by 29-year-old Niladri Adhikary, a banker by profession.
Soumyodeep Mukherjee, a 25-year-old student, took this photo near his home at Sonarpur during the immersion of Durga Puja.
Sammya Brata Mullick, a 27-year-old consultant, captures the beauty of the weathered hands of a local artist as he paints an image of Goddess Durga with Lord Ganesha seated in her lap, during the local festival of Durga Puja.
Photographer Ronny Sen, 29, captures art in motion as he frames Japanese choreographer and martial arts specialist Akiko Kitamura alongside a barren tree, green grass, a horse and a bird.
Photographer Madhabendu Hensh, 29, shot this image during the monsoon season in Digha, a beach in West Bengal, in 2014. Digha is one of the most tourist-friendly places in West Bengal but these two ladies seated beside the sea ignored him, just as they ignored the drizzle. Hensh took the opportunity to capture this very interesting moment.
From the roof of a madrassa, Soumya Shankar Ghosal, a 36-year-old management consultant, took this photo of the Nakhoda Mosque at Chitpur, Rabindra Sarani in Kolkata, on the eve of Eid. Away from the festive mood, an old gentleman offers his namaz.
Debarshi Duttagupta, 39, a self-employed businessman took this photo at Gadiara, in West Bengal, on the banks of River Roopnarayan.
Kushal Gangopadhyay took this photograph a few years ago at Kakdwip in South 24 Parganas district in West Bengal. The 55-year-old service professional was impressed on seeing the girls taking so much interest in their education, that even the inconvenience of a commute in the relentless monsoon did not deter them from going to school.