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Bani Nanda in her Delhi pastry shop, Miam
Shantanu Anand and Nandini Verma of Airplane poetry
"Quite simply, I understand people and images better than I do coding and software. " C.R. Hemanth 26, Hyderabad, Software engineer-turned-film critic
"The sheen of the IT life starts to diminish after a few years. And you realise there is a whole world out there." Aishwarya Suresh 34, Bangalore, Electrical engineer-turned...
Attitudes towards the humanities are changing. The offbeat is becoming more mainstream." Gayatri Nair 30, Chennai, Engineer-turned-wedding photographer
The engineers of today just don’t have the same old geeky, coding-obsessed kind of image anymore." The samplers Mid-20s, Delhi, Engineers-cum-restaurateurs
Slow flow: Calligrapher Quri Mohammed Yakub of Delhi with his belles-lettres
Cut! The sunset and religious backdrops of AVM Studio, Chennai, now find use in the production of television serials
Space for Survival: In Calcutta, Mondal & Sons, a decades-old violin maker and repairer, still finds business
Vanity can grace itself with inexpensive aids at 'Wig House'
Sinking: Fibreglass has killed the ramshackle art of lashing logs into catamarans
Dying call: even in old Delhi, there are few customers for traditional water-carriers
Talking pictures: A Bangalore cutout artist at his workshop that's now closed
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