If you haven’t chiselled your body, purified your soul, and improved your skill set during the Coronavirus battle, relax. Meet the people who say it’s okay to step out of the lockdown, just as you were in March.
Photographer Chirodeep Chaudhuri was hoping to use this time to work on the design of a book that chronicles Mumbai’s public clocks, but he hasn’t managed to make much headway. Pic/ Suresh Karkera.
HAD this actually been a holiday, I would have produced some work,” says photographer Chirodeep Chaudhuri, on the phone from his Thane residence. Like everyone else in the country, whose profession is not an essential service, 48-year-old Chaudhuri has been locked down at home. And while, it isn’t much different for him, in that he works from home otherwise too, not being able to step out has brought with it a sense of anxiety. “I had meant to get down to say, designing the book I planned to publish this year, on the clocks of Bombay. I wanted to line up the broader ideas and also polish up an essay I have been writing. But I haven’t managed to do that to the extent I would have wanted to.”
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