Dad, won’t you play with me?
July 15, 2011 • Photography & Travel
It was just before dusk and I was making my way back to the hotel when I came across this young girl leaning against a pillar outside her home. She looked a little sad and discontent with her back turned against the men in the background who were absorbed in their game of cards over a few rupees. Perhaps her dad had no time to play with her. She did not even blink or look at me as I took a step closer to take this photo. One can only imagine what was going on in her young mind.
Day four of our month long series of photos on Rajasthan. This was taken in the village of Khejarla located between Jodhpur and Jaipur.
Our 16-day meditation retreat to northwestern India begins on the 24th of October and will explore much of Rajasthan.
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