Los Migrantes is a photo essay of illegal migrants from Central America traversing Mexico on their way to the United States by hitching rides on freight trains. The main transit point for these migrants is La Lecheria, near Mexico City.
The Bhil and Garasia, tribal people indigenous to south Rajasthan, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh, converge once a year on a small area named Baneshwar, where two rivers converge into a "sangam". It is there that they remember their dead and cleanse their sins by bathing in the ice-cold waters of these rivers.
This event is an annual milestone in the lives of the tribals, as it gives them an opportunity to perform what is an important Hindu ritual, and allows them to socialize across a large swath of their tribal groupings.
White Shadows is a photo-essay of the widows of Vrindavan. It is here, in the sacred and holy city of Vrindavan, that a segment of impoverished Indian widows find refuge after the death of their husbands. Being destitute, these women are often cast out of their family homes by her children and in-laws, unable or unwilling to feed an extra mouth.
The widows earn a meager keep by chanting devotional chants on behalf of pious families, and congregate in various ashrams in the city.
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