SUBJECT : ‘Sikkim: from a traveler’s Eye’ – a coffee table book highlighting the various facets of Sikkim through the eyes of photography was released on Wednesday at the Nikon Asia Pacific Headquarters, Singapore

The book launch at Nikon Asia Pacific Headquarters, Singapore

Gangtok, November 22, 2017: ‘Sikkim: from a traveler’s Eye’ – a coffee table book highlighting the various facets of Sikkim through the eyes of photography was released on Wednesday at the Nikon Asia Pacific Headquarters, Singapore.

The book with photography inputs of National Geographic photographer Mohsin Abrar and text by Dewaker basnet, Chief learning Officer, 24 hours Inspired was launched by William Lee, General Manager, International Customer Support Division, Imaging Group, Nikon and Xavier Chan, Executive (Nikon School).

‘Sikkim: from a Traveler’s Eye’ has some amazing pictures clicked by the ace photographer Mohsin Abrar during the “off season” and text provided by Dewaker Basnet. The book is published by Inspired Publications, the coffee table publishing wing of 24 hours Inspired.

Speaking about the book, William Lee said: “The book is a great window to highlight Sikkim and also would give the viewers and idea of the enchanting place that Sikkim is. We are sure that the reach of the book would provide people across the world a larger perspective of Sikkim as a land of beauty.”

Adding soon to the launch, Xavier Chan said, “We are delighted to see the pictures of Sikkim and are inspired to get a bunch of photographers from Singapore to Sikkim and explore the beauty of the place. We shall work our dates for the trip and we are sure it will be a great experience for Nikon photographers.”

Speaking about his experience, photographer Mohsin Abrar said, “Sikkim was a great experience and I am glad that we could collaborate on this book and bring out some part of the beautiful place in front of the world. The geography of the place is fascinating and so are the people. I am sure through this book we shall have more people visiting Sikkim and experiencing the splendor.”

Dewaker Basnet said, “We were thrilled to collaborate with an ace Natgeo photographer in this project and happy that the book has been really appreciated by the team at Nikon. This book would endeavour to showcase some aspects of Sikkim and we are positive that this will go a long way on promoting the beauty of Sikkim. The book is also going to reach out to High Commissions and Embassies across India and will be placed in select boutiques across cities of India. We are also happy that after going through the book, a group of Nikon photographers will visit Sikkim the coming year for landscape photography.


Source: Sikkim Express