Tuesday, March 17, 2009
Second Day of Seminar
Narendra, Bimal dai, Siddhartha dai and myself, pretty engrossed.
Mukunda and Narendra having fun with point and shoot camera. It's entry level camera and this is what we will be teaching to use many photojournalists back home.
Siddhartha dai peering a closer look at projected presentation of Dr. Claus.
In a IIJB's computer lab working and surfing. And here is Siddhartha dai busy sending SMSs back home vai wadja.
It's not a Gun Chandra Shekar dai, trying to pull but his new toy, Point and shoot camera to show some of his shots.
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So surprised to see our national flower "Laliguras" infront of IIJB Building and couldn't stop taking some pictures.
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