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Komal is an award-winning street and documentary photography. Through her images, she aims to capture the beauty in everyday, ordinary life, transforming little moments into the extraordinary. She loves to travels the world for personal projects, assignments, and commissions, focusing on telling the stories of people in communities that are often overlooked.

She is the winner of the prestigious La Vie Un Blue International Photography Residency 2024 in Nice, France. Komal's work has been exhibited in galleries and juried shows in New York, Australia, Paris, Nice, Venice, Russia, and India.

-       Winner: International Photography Residency 2024: La Vie un Blue, Nice France.
-       La Vie un Blue, Nice France: Resident exhibition. 8 June - 30 June 2024.
-       Women Street Photographers, New York Annual Exhibition: Finalist. April 12 – April 29, 2024
-       100 Years, 100 Women, Paris: Group exhibition June 19- June 28 2024
-       Solo Exhibition “Face to Face”: Amphitheatre, Saket Select City Walk, New Delhi- Feb 2024
-       Venice Photo Lab, Venice Italy | Group exhibition: 13 October – 25 October 2023
-       Ballarat International Foto Biennale Australia: Group Exhibition “Wall of Women”: 26 August- 22 October 2023
-       Women Street Photographers NYC, Virtual Exhibition, Finalist: February 12 – April 10, 2023
-       Leica Fotographie International Gallery, Feature: Master Shot, Best of Asia | Australia | Oceania
-       Hardcore Street Collective, The HeArt Space Gallery | Group Exhibition: Ahmedabad, India- 29 Jan 2023
-       Leica Gallery India | Group Exhibition, New Delhi: 23 January – 23 February 2023
-       Solo Exhibition “Still Waters”: Gallery Space Place One, Nizhniy Tagil, Russia- 21 Jan – 4 February 2023
-       Indian Photo Festival, Women Street Photographers Exhibition: Finalist group show, Hyderabad India- 17 Nov 2022

Lens Culture, Eyeshot Magazine, Women Street Photographers, Leica Fotografie International and several independent photo reviewers.

2019: Self-published “Dreamkeeper” an ensemble of poetry and photography in collaboration with her sister.
2024: “Circle of Love” for The Happy School. Printed by Binder Photo Books, India.

----->>>  For assigments and fine art prints connect on ︎ komalbsohal@gmail.com

All images ©KomalBediSohal

Serendib, derived from serendip is an old persian name for Sri Lanka
it is also the etymological root of the word serendipity.


The saying "Sare tirath baar baar, Gangasagar ek baar," which translates to "All the pilgrimages again and again, Gangasagar once," highlights the significance of the Gangasagar pilgrimage in Hinduism.

Gangasagar Mela attracts millions of pilgrims from across India, making it the world's second-largest human gathering after the Kumbh Mela. Located about 100 km south of Kolkata, this 224.3 km² island lies where the holy river Ganga meets the Bay of Bengal. Pilgrims come here to take a sacred dip in the confluence, and the spiritual devotion is deeply felt throughout the festival.