Photo Essay

We captured moments, nuances, interactions, stories from everyday life across our vast country, between us and our cup of tea - an everlasting bond that’s inextricably woven into the very fabric of our national identity. The lens that was used to document this epic journey was ‘everyday surrealism’ - we knew it cannot be explained rationally, it can only be felt subliminally. This is a labour of love that took us from Kashmir to Kanyakumari, from Nagaland to Jaisalmer.

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Tea Society Initiative

A lot of people showed a lot of interest in buying images from the photo essay series. That’s when it struck us that we can do some good by making it more than a campaign, and that’s how The Tea Society Initiative was born. And so we tied up with four NGOs doing a lot of good work with their respective cause. This way, when you buy a Tea Society image/s that you really like, you also get to donate the proceeds to a charity closest to your heart.

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The Photo Essayists

Palani Mohan

Indian born, Australian raised, and now living in Hong Kong, Palani’s work has been widely published by many of the world’s leading publications.

Rakesh Haridas

Once upon a time, when he was 15 years old Raghu’s dad brought home a Single lens reflex film camera. He fiddled with it day and night and pored over the manual without understanding anything at all.