From Anisha Dhiman’s article for Deccan Chronicle:
Staying in Brooklyn, New York, with her husband and her two-year-old daughter, two of Manjari’s projects—Darshan, “an ongoing series consisting of photographically recreated, classical images of Hindu gods and goddesses that are pivotal to mythological stories in Hinduism”, and The Shower Series, which she calls “weird yet amazing”—have been generating quite a lot of interest. “[The Shower Series] project has been amazing and awkward from the beginning to the end. It started in 2009, when I invited some friends over to take a shower in my apartment and that’s when I would take their photographs. The premise is scandalous, but the pictures are not; there is nothing sleazy about them. Some of the people whom I have shot are my friends, while others knew about my work and wrote to me asking whether they can take a shower in my apartment,” laughs Manjari.