Benoy K. Behl, world renowned photographer, has for over 31 years extensively photographed monuments, paintings and other aspects of cultural history, as well as scenic views all over India and many places around the world. He is well-known for his pioneering low-light photography of ancient paintings, capturing their true and luminous colours more clearly than ever done before. He is also known for his extremely sensitive photography of Buddhist art, which provides a deep insight into its gentle and compassionate message. A huge archive of high quality photographs all taken personally by Benoy has been created in the form of DVDs available through Doordarshan of 26 films on 'The Paintings of India', produced and directed by him. It is the purpose of this series of documentaries to bring together images of India’s sublime sculpture, in monuments, museums and art collections around the world and in all corners of India; to present it with sensitivity and deep understanding and to place this noble art of India in its true position in the sculpture of the world. The Limca Book of Records has awarded a National Record to Benoy K. Behl for having travelled and photographed more of India than anyone else.