Chatline As her first book of photographs wins hearts, Amita Talwar takes stock of her creative pursuits. Sangeetha Devi Dundoo listens in
If Amita Talwar had her way, she'd be spending more time in a remote hamlet in Chattisgarh working for the Sahayog Foundation that she established along with Ramdas Lamb, a professor at the University of Hawai, and spend even more time doing what she likes best — photography. But other pressing things take up her time… like her magazine Channel 6, one of the first city guide, which underwent a change of format recently and the public release of her first coffee table book of photographs, Forms of the Formless . Her photographs, from the tranquil spaces of Ladakh to the spiritual symbolism in Tamil Nadu, speak volumes of her love for travel and photography.