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An Old Man with a Turban by Lavi Dhurve
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An Old Man with a Turban by Lavi Dhurve

Staying in a village during NSS camp and interacting with the people was a very difficult task. Because there was a lot of caste-based sentiment in people, it was a difficult task to talk to them, they felt that we are people with poverty line survey. Some people used to close the doors of their house just after seeing us. However, there were people who also sensible to share information with an open mind. He is a grandfather among them. Because he was wearing a very colorful turban, in which he looked very good, I took a picture of him.
The Clay Child by Lavi Dhurve
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The Clay Child by Lavi Dhurve

Before the arrival of the rainy season in our village, the house is repaired properly in the summer season. So that the roof of the house does not drip in the rain, the walls do not fall, the land of the house is covered with mud, because most of the houses are made of mud. This child, stained with the same wet clay, was swinging in a swing inserted outside his house, which I have captured in my picture and whose name is Saurabh, who will be just 3 to 4 years old.
Joyous Face by Lavi Dhurve
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Joyous Face by Lavi Dhurve

The boy seen in this picture is named Nitesh. He is intellectually challenged. The Corona epidemic has been battling the entire world for the last few months. At the same time, during this rainy season, I took a walk in the garden to take some pictures. Suddenly this boy came there and was very happy to see me taking pictures. I asked him if I could take a photo of you, he was laughing non stop in with great joy.