In India there is a time of year when there are no social, racial and political differences: during the Holi festival. The event is known worldwide for the explosion of colors that attracts thousands of Indians and visitors from various parts of the world.
For several generations, the Holi festival has marked the beginning of Spring in India, a time to celebrate the victory of Good over Evil. This is one of the traditions that are part of the life of Jagjit Singh, a teacher who aims to rescue the country's cultural richness where he lives through photography.
Jagjit Singh's lens highlights India's cultural events, as well as the breathtaking landscapes of the mountainous region where he resides. The Indian photographer's portfolio also includes classic and travel portraits.