Collection by Chetan Karkhanis

Chetan Karkhanis
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India - Meet the charming Brehambatti and her daughter Radhika at Mussoorie

Website | tumblr | Facebook | Twitter Brehambatti was selling roasted corn kernels (Bhutta) on the way to the Kempty Falls. She was one of the few non-shy women we have met in rural India. She didn't mind posing for pictures. And patiently answered the numerous questions we asked about her and her family. We could feel the pride in her voice when she said her daughter had come to help her only because it was a Sunday. On other days she is at school. As we were leaving, she very charmingly…

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Children on the street at Rangdum, Kashmir, India

Website | Instagram | Pinterest | tumblr | Facebook | Twitter Rangdum is a tiny hamlet just before the start of Zanskar, one of remotest valley in India. It has around ten houses, a couple food stalls (travelers usually halt here for lunch) and a few guest houses (again, for travelers who want to halt for the night). The village is essentially a definition of "in the middle of nowhere". These kids were playing near a village stupa when we halted for lunch. We wondered what their lives must…

A tribal en route the Dandeli Anshi Tiger Reserve in Karnataka, India India Website, Tumblr Facebook, Karnataka, Old Things, Waves, Couple Photos, Cameras, People, Portraits

A tribal en route the Dandeli Anshi Tiger Reserve in Karnataka, India

website | tumblr | Facebook | Twitter One of the more aggressive locals we have come across, I thought he was going to snatch our cameras. He was waving vigorously and saying things we could not get a word of. Our guide though seemed to understand and said the old man was just complaining about his family.