Capturing the beauty of Warangal city from the skies

A budding photographer from Warangal city, Bharath Ramineni (28) has taken up photography as a profession and beautifully captured several vital and historical locations of the Warangal city

By Author  |  Published: 4th Jul 2020  12:19 amUpdated: 4th Jul 2020  1:02 am

Warangal Urban: The whole point of taking pictures is that you don’t have to explain things with words, says Elliott Erwitt, an American advertising and documentary photographer. Believing in those words, a budding photographer from Warangal city, Bharath Ramineni (28) has taken up photography as a profession and beautifully captured several vital and historical locations of the Warangal city, which is the second biggest city in Telangana and known as the cultural capital of the State.

Bharath, who obtained his Master of Communication and Journalism (MCJ) from Kakatiya University (KU), Warangal, is currently pursuing M.Sc (Psychology). However, he is very much interested in aerial photography. He has captured historical locations such as Thousand Pillar Temple, Bhadrakali temple, Fort Warangal and Bhadrakali bund promenade to name a few.

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“Due to my love and passion for photography, I ventured into the field and worked as a cameraman for 50-plus TV serials and ad films. I also worked as a cinematographer for private songs, documentaries and short films, and as aerial cinematographer for commercial movies,” Bharath added.

Here are the photographs taken by Bharath:

A view of Bhadrakali temple in the night. Bhadrakali Temple Lake Bhadrakali Bund
Bharath Ramineni (L), Aerial view of the 1000 Pillar Temple in Warangal City (R). Night view of Bhadrakali Bund from the skies.

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