Year ender 2017: Moments that stayed on in our minds
From Jitesh Singh Deo winning Mr India, to India's Manushi Chillar winning Miss World and other moments, we list images that captured our imagination through the months this year. (Photo: AP/ AFP/ Twitter/ Facebook/ Instagram)
January: The victim blaming and outrageous victim blaming following the Bengaluru mass molestations caused women to come out and reiterate their right to go out after dark (Photo: Facebook)
February: A picture of a couple getting married in the Mystic aquarium in Connecticut while a whale watches went viral and photoshop professionals made hilarious situations out of it. (Photo: Reddit)
March: Japanese artist Gaku makes food look even better through his art which is inspired from a 16th century art Mukimono. (Photo: Instagram/Gaku)
April: Donald Trump was busy building ties with many countries and people within his cabinet but the internet had a lot of fun giving him real ties to show his control. (Photo: Twitter/TrumpTies)
May: Photographer Ashley Larson made her daughter Scout Penelope dress up as famous personalities to support her grandmother in her fight against cancer. (Photo: Instagram)
June: Millions of yoga enthusiasts around the globe took part in a mass yoga sessions to mark the third International Yoga Day which falls on June 21 every year. (Photo: AP)
July: Photographer Nguyen Vu Phuoc hoped to bring awareness about a horrible crime through powerful images depicting reality for acid attack victims in Vietnam. (Photo: Nguyen Vu Phuoc)
August: India celebrated 70 years of Independence. On the midnight of 15 August 1947, India came into existence after years of struggle, with the UK Parliament passing the Indian Independence Act 1947 transferring legislative sovereignty to the Indian Constituent Assembly (Photo: AFP/ AP)
September: Readers of Deccan Chronicle shared their favourite shots as India got transformed into a gallery celebrating religion and art during Durga Puja. (Subhrajit Biswas)
October: Kazuo Ishiguro, best known for "The Remains of the Day," won the Nobel Literature Prize, marking a return to traditional literature following two years of unconventional choices by the Swedish Academy for the 9-million-kronor ($1.1 million) prize. (Photo: AP)
November: Manushi Chillar brought back the 'blue crown' when she won Miss World 2017. On winning the crown, Manushi said, "The feeling is still sinking in and I am excited to make India proud. I am looking forward to the times ahead."
December: Jitesh Singh Deo from Lucknow on December 14 bagged the Mr India World 2017 title. He will represent India at the Mr World competition.