B&W Photo Documentary – Children Of India

Eyes are the window to the soul. If you study his eyes, you can see how much pain and what he had to deal with to sustain – India

 

This B&W photo documentary depicting children from India was submitted to Edge of Humanity Magazine by photographer and blogger Roshan Raj at Roshan Click’s.

Click here to see Roshan’s TRAVEL PHOTO DOCUMENTARY.

 

This photo was taken at Golden Temple Amritsar. It was a hot summer day and we all were sweating and trying to find shade at the complex of Golden Temple. Even in that hot summer, this kid was smiling and happy. Children need no reason to be happy. They are always happy - India.

This photo was taken at Golden Temple Amritsar. It was a hot summer day and we all were sweating and trying to find shade at the complex of Golden Temple. Even in that hot summer, this kid was smiling and happy. Children need no reason to be happy. They are always happy – India.

Shot at Punjab. She was playing with her friends at buffalo shed. I shot a group photo and then I did a portrait of her - India.

Shot at Punjab. She was playing with her friends at buffalo shed. I shot a group photo and then I did a portrait of her – India.

At the same buffalo shed in Punjab, these kids were dancing in front of my camera to photo bomb. I just snapped a shot without caring much but later on when I checked the image over computer it resonated happiness - India.

At the same buffalo shed in Punjab, these kids were dancing in front of my camera to photo bomb. I just snapped a shot without caring much but later on when I checked the image over computer it resonated happiness – India.

Years back when I was doing volunteer work at Varanasi, we rescued these kids from a local incense factory. HWA Varanasi (NGO in Varanasi) is working on the betterment of street children by offering education, accommodations and all basic necessities - India.

Years back when I was doing volunteer work at Varanasi, we rescued these kids from a local incense factory. HWA Varanasi (NGO in Varanasi) is working on the betterment of street children by offering education, accommodations and all basic necessities – India.

Click on the image to see Roshan’s TRAVEL PHOTO DOCUMENTARY

All it takes is smile. Doesn't matter where, how, when.. all that matters is smile.

All it takes is smile. Doesn’t matter where, how, when.. all that matters is smile.

This was a shot at Agra near Taj Mahal. This kid was working on road side Chai shop which also sold tobacco, cigarette, etc.  He was also having a conversation with another photo buddy of mine. I don’t remember what made him give “surprised” but I remember the moment when he asked for my Canon camera to hold and feel it - India.

This was a shot at Agra near Taj Mahal. This kid was working on road side Chai shop which also sold tobacco, cigarette, etc. He was also having a conversation with another photo buddy of mine. I don’t remember what made him give “surprised” but I remember the moment when he asked for my Canon camera to hold and feel it – India.

 

This B&W photo documentary depicting children from India was submitted to Edge of Humanity Magazine by photographer and blogger Roshan Raj at Roshan Click’s.

Click here to see Roshan’s TRAVEL PHOTO DOCUMENTARY.

 

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