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TruePixers thank you all!

Thanks to all for visiting TruePixers' First ever Photo Exhibition and making it a great success. I would like to thank all my colleagues who organised and took active part in running the Exhibition. Special thanks to my Bulleteer friends for their encouragement and support. We are highly obliged to celebrity photographer Himanshu Seth for his time and patience to not only have a look at all of our 70 odd photographs but also to discuss those. Special mention to Times Of India-NaviMumbai and Lokmat for their encouraging endorsement.

Times of India - NaviMumbai 23rdOct 2012
Lokmat
My Bulleteer friend Sandesh translated Lokmat's marathi news in hindi:

Desh Videsh ghumney ki chaah kisey nahi hoti, bohot jan ghumtey bhi hai, lekin unn jagahonkey naisargik, nayanramya evam ekhaad pal click karnewaaley pics ek alag he drishtikon  dey jaatey hai. Vashi key true pictures sanstha key saujanya sey aisehi bhinn-bhinn deshonkey pics ka pradarshan humey aisehi alag duniya ki pehchaan karaa detey hai. 20-24 Oct key darmiyaan Bangali association key mandup mei yeh pradarshan Khula hai.
Iss pradarshan ki pics shaukin kalaakaroney nikaaley hue hai, isliye unmey savvedanshiltaa, vichaar deekhtey hai naaki vyaaparipan. Peechley do saal sey Bharat, Paris, Brazil, France, Leh-Ladakh, Switzerland evam anya kai deshonkey chaayachitra hai.

Inmey uss pradesh ka nisarg, maanvivasti, mulbhut suvidhaaye evam saundarya zhalktaa hai. Yeh sarva kalaakar bhu-padaarth vaigynik hai aur naisargik srotonkey khoj mei inhoney des vides kaarya kiya hai. Ussi samay inhey pasand aayi cheezonka ismey samaavesh hai. Ismey Karnala bird sanctuary ka bhi samaavesh hai.


We promise that our next exhibition would be better and bigger! You may have a visit to check TruePixers’ Exhibition Photographs here.


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