PhotoNama: Shades of Real India [Part 1]

Posted on July 8, 2010 in PhotoNama

In this PhotoNama photo journal, Youth Ki Awaaz Photographer Aditi Gupta tries to highlight various shades of the real India. This is part 1 of her album showcasing village kids using hand pumps, village-born sisters, gen-x kids experiencing a by-gone era, an innocent child, a unique village bus in Mathura and village kids learning self defence.

The photographer tries to highlight the unique, less explored features of the real India that lie in the urban backdrops of our better lifestyles. Do explore the photographs and drop in a comment to express yourself.

Photograph 1:

Are village kids more content with their simple, unfrivolous lives. Photograph by Aditi Gupta/ Youth Ki Awaaz (c)

Photograph 2:

Even today in indian villages, a mid-teens girl is almost a motherly figure and starts taking responsibilties at a tender age. Photograph by Aditi Gupta/Youth Ki Awaaz (c)

Photograph 3:

Gen-x kids experience a bygone era. Photograph by Aditi Gupta/Youth Ki Awaaz (c)

Photograph 4:

Oblivion and innocent. Photograph by Aditi Gupta/Youth Ki Awaaz (c)

Photograph 5:

The modern Indian village of mathura has their own unique bus which is fuel and cost effective both. Photograph by Aditi Gupta/Youth Ki Awaaz (c)

Photograph 6:

Village kids are now learning self defence techniques to combat injustice and immortality. Photograph by Aditi Gupta/Youth Ki Awaaz ©

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