Photographer Prabuddha Dasgupta’s career spanned three decades. His pathbreaking book Women is a collection of portraits of urban Indian women, many of whom are in the nude. The book is timeless. Even today, any Indian woman will be able to identify with women in the frame, as his representation went beyond physicality. The models look vulnerable, yet strong and independent at the same time. Some of the women break gender stereotypes while others fit beautifully into them. One that comes to mind is the portrait of Maharani Gayatri Devi. His work had a bold style that was way ahead of his time.