Typical Inauguration Lamp, which is commonly used in most of the events in India - Exhibitions, Festivals & other ceremonies

Most of the event photographers in India must have clicked similar photographs during different events across different states and regions of India. It's a typical style of ceremonial inauguration of any institutional event, national activities, political events etc. Some of the chief guests, known personalities and important people come on to the stage and light this lamp. This symbolizes official inauguration of any special event at state or national level. I have a decent collection of such photographs from various events in our country and will sometime share a PHOTO JOURNEY around the same. Above photograph was shot during inauguration ceremony of 14th Bharat Rang Mahotsav 2012 @ Kamani Auditorium, Delhi, India

(Migrated from other blog) Most of the event photographers in India must have clicked similar photographs during different events across different states and regions of India. It's a typical style of ceremonial inauguration of any institutional event, national activities, political events etc. 

Some of the chief guests, known personalities and important people come on to the stage and light this lamp. This symbolizes official inauguration of any special event at state or national level. I have a decent collection of such photographs from various events in our country and will sometime share a PHOTO JOURNEY around the same. 

Above photograph was shot during inauguration ceremony of 14th Bharat Rang Mahotsav 2012 @ Kamani Auditorium, Delhi, India

Comments

Unknown said…
we use it at home too :-)

Cheers, Archana - www.drishti.co
Unknown said…
Already waiting for the Photo Journey across India highlighting these lamps :)
That's nice Archana. The huge one? 4 feet types?

@Akanksha - Ohh wow, I didn't expect that people would waiting for it. Now I feel the pressure :)
rupam sarma said…
Beautiful, Waiting for your post :)

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