Monday, April 30, 2007

No Sunday

Early morning, being a daily wage worker she has to cook and carry all days meals along to the work place and support herself along the family. Many migrants from deep rural area's get in here to keep the daily work opportunities in the cities working throughout the days. weeks and months. They can't afford to stop working even for a day in most of the cases. There seems no Sunday's in their lives.....


Anonymous Mon Apr 30, 04:01:00 PM GMT+5:30  

It is a sad story but the people know nothing better. I like your picture because it shows that side of life where you live.

Seda Mon Apr 30, 07:57:00 PM GMT+5:30  

This is a good shot! I wish people wouldn't have to work so much...

Unknown Mon Apr 30, 11:02:00 PM GMT+5:30  

Thanks, keeps me going!!

Olive Tue May 01, 07:39:00 AM GMT+5:30  

Wow that's really sad... It's even sadder to think that there are people who can change this, but instead they just ignore it for their own benefit.
But I do love your photo. Great colours and composition!

Kate Tue May 01, 08:01:00 AM GMT+5:30  

Regardless of their economic situation, Indian women are dressed beautifully with their vibrant, bright saris. They ultimately pay a terrible health price for carrying all those heavy loads on theirn heads,tho.