Sayali Goyal

Photo Essay: Old Delhi Foodwalk

December 27, 2017

Delhi, like biryani, has been cooked with the varied spices of cultures and religions over time to become the city it is today. Previously known as Shahjahanabad, this was the last city built by the famed Mughal emperor Shah Jahan. Today, it is known as India’s capital city. Shahjahanabad consisted of the Red Fort, which … Read More

Photo Essay: Found Women and Identity

November 24, 2017

This project started unconsciously in 2009. I was living in London, and I enjoyed visiting vintage stores that had these rare images. I was just interested in collecting photos of women. After I had about 20 of them, all collected during my travels over a few years, I put them up on a wall in … Read More

Travel Diaries: A Memory Project of Holidays in the 90s

November 7, 2017

Living in the north of the country, most of our family holidays used to be in the Himalayas. I remember going to Manali, Shimla, Nainital, Mussorie and Kathmandu with my family in the 90’s. It was a common memory that I’m sure most kids could identify with. Similar photos can be seen in every family’s … Read More