Walking the corridor at Cellular Jail, photograph by Milind Sathe

Walking the corridor at Cellular Jail, Photo by Milind Sathe

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So many years after visiting cellular jail at Port Blair, the memory sends a chill down my spine. Emotions are strong - anger at the extreme torture inflicted by the British on the freedom fighters, sadness that these bravehearts had to suffer so much and that we continue to bicker over honouring them, frustration that despite all these sacrifices where we are today and pride that there was a bunch of people who had the guts to take on the might of the British Raj and dream of throwing them out despite all the adversities and personal risks to their life and family. It is indeed a vortex of emotions that run high when you visit cellular jail. It is the ultimate temple of independent India. ( Port Blair, Andamans, 2008 )

Photo Number 12589
Photo Title Walking the corridor at Cellular Jail
Photographer Name Milind Sathe
Medium Print on Archival & Acid Free Paper
Size 12 x 18 inches (30.48 x 45.72 cm)
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Other details Edition of 15
Price Rs. 11,200 ($151.97)