The Alkazi Foundation, situated in the quiet residential neighborhood of Greater Kailash in South Delhi, is a unique place in India. It keeps the memory of the country in the form of photographs. To learn more about the foundation’s activities and projects, I met one mild fall morning with its director, Rahaab Allana.
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