Siddhanta Goswami and Subhajit Naskar

Siddhanta Goswami is a writer and researcher based in Kolkata, India. He is currently a student of MA English Literature at EFLU University. Siddhanta primarily works with text, images, and motion images. Subhajit Naskar is a Kolkata-based photojournalist and visual artist. Capturing the melange of emotions through the lens is his forte. He believes visual expressions are much more alluring than any other socio-psyche construct. To him, all frames are more than a mere picture; they narrate stories- stories of emotions.

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