A tribal woman in a rural market in India sorts vegetables prior to selling them
Children in a rural village in India pose randomly for a photograph
Modern communication technology has not bypassed rural India. A woman in colorful, traditional attire talks on a hidden phone while her companion, similarly dressed, waits balancing a load on her head.
A shopkeeper couple pose in their small shop in rural India
A baby rests in a makeshift hammock in a rural farm in India
A woman smiles as she works in fields in rural India
Using a Jeep to its fullest capacity to transport people and farm goods in rural India
As public transportation is sparse in rural India, people use vehicles used for transporting farm goods to hitch a ride
Although the levels in the river are low, these people are availing themselves to water by siphoning it.
Living on a rural farm in India is rudimentary with basic makeshift shelter and often no water or sanitary facilities, yet the people are content.
People making the trek to the top of the tower at Golconda Fort, Hyderabad, India
A child looks through the iron grille at Golconda Fort, Hyderabad
A boy sells fresh farm vegetables on a cart in rural India
A woman separates usable whole bricks in rural India
Kites are in huge demand at the annual kite festival in India on January 14. People making and selling kites are in huge demand at that time.
A man grooms his horse normally used for ceremonial occasions
Tea is the most popular drink in India. A street vendor makes fresh tea on a cart for his roadside customers.
A wood craftsman works with traditional tools in a small shop in a rural Indian village
Most people in India are day laborers or self-employed in trades to make their daily living. Here are some workers building a small wall in Vadodara.