Indian Memory Project is the world’s first online, curated, visual and narrative based archive. The project traces a history of the Indian Subcontinent, via photographs and letters found in personal and family archives, around the world.
Contextualised with narratives, the contributed photographs & letters reveal a powerful and historical palimpsest of a largely undocumented society and sub-continent. With personal images serving as evidence, each post on the archive reveals valuable information about people, families & ancestors, cultures, lifestyles, traditions, choices, circumstances and thereby consequences.
Indian Memory Project is a personal memory of the world – a sociological and photographic history, remembered, realised and experienced by its own people. The project was founded in February 2010 by Anusha Yadav, and has been featured, presented and celebrated worldwide, making it one of the most popular archives of the world.