We own the world's largest archive of factual content from South Asia, with video and stills that span a wide gamut of subjects. We are also the largest factual content production house in India. Even as we specialize in the creation of Indian television content, you can also make us part of your production plans in India and South Asia. We can deliver the finest and widest range of production, gear, location and support services to you in the region. We can open doors that no one else can—creative, aesthetic, bureaucratic, and, most importantly, those in the mind! We are currently setting up India's first factual programming channel, a sort of South Asian answer to existing factual content plays. We are also developing a global stock footage and stills sales portal, along the lines of Corbis or Getty, utilizing our 750, 000 stills and broadcast archive of 50, 000 hours, which together make us the largest global HD stock footage resource on South Asia. Among other awards, we won the "Incredible India Award" and the "National Tourism Award", for the best tourism film made in India. Years back, we started using the first High Definition cameras in north India, with our Sony HDW F900 HDCAM's. We now have over a hundred Canon and Fujinon Hi Def and SD lenses, dozens of HD cameras including HDW 730S and HDW F900's, HDCAM Sony players and recorders, HD post-production solutions, Panasonic Varicam DVC Pro HD and P2, and the ability to create an entire feature film on HD, from concept to master... More recently, we've ordered the SRW 9000 HDCAM SR 880 mbps one-piece camcorder and Arri Alexa. We're also pushing HDV and XDCAM HD as lower-cost tapeless HD options. Apart from Hi Def, we have a wide inventory of standard definition camera units and VTR's of virtually every format and standard in use worldwide. Write to us at rupindang (at) gmail . com or email@example.com to license our clips or stock footage, or to commission us to film for you in South Asia!
“Gate of the Mausoleum” – Darwaza-i Rauza stands oblong on a platform on the...