Meeting people from different backgrounds and understanding that you're different and the same at the same time really broadens your horizons. This UK-based Polish photographer has traveled to India with a camera in her hand and took quite a few portraits of the locals. And they're so powerful, you can almost feel the emotions the subjects were going through at the time.
Portrait of a little Rajasthani boy, dressed as a Hindu God Lord Shiva.
Portrait of a little Rajasthani boy, dressed as a Hindu God Lord Shiva. Photo was taken in the streets of Pushkar, where he was accepting money/offerings from the passing by locals and tourists. In the Hindu religion/culture offerings are considered to be a good luck.His mother was at his side all the time, watching over him. It’s custom for kids and adults to get dressed up as a Hindu Gods/Goddesses during religious festivals.
Papu and Mamtu, mother and daughter from the Bhopa caste, both considered to be one of the most beautiful women in Rajasthan
“FORGET YOUR TROUBLES AND DANCE” - Bob Marley. Sagina, beautiful girl from Kalbelia caste dancing at the Pushkar Fair grounds
A cross-dresser dressed up as a Hindu Goddess is offering his blessings in return of money from the tourists and local people
Portrait of a Rajasthani boy with dead cobra on his neck. Photo taken at the Monkey Temple in Jaipur
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