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India's Street Culture

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Keywords: street culture, poor, openair



Girl Practicing Rangoli Art
Steps, courtyards, roads, footpaths are used to draw Rangoli in India
Street Arts of India
Street as Playground
Shanty Town Children Playing Hopping Game on the Street
The game of Kuntahalipi can be played on the streets

Roadside Launderer Basavaraju
Man using a charcoal iron to press clothes
Roadside Dhobi
Street Vendor
Peanut Vendor
Mother and daughter selling peanuts in Bangalore

A Mother's Love
A stray dog feeds its puppies, Bangalore 2001
Street Dog and Pups
Open Air Kitchen!
A construction worker preparing dinner on the street
Woman baking Bhakkri

A Devotee Begging in the Name of God with a Long Horn
Also notice his left hand playing cymbals
Street Entertainer, Bangalore
Streets as Toilets
An Important thing the Nation Builders Forgot...
Lack of public toilets is a common problem in India. Shown above: a woman relieves herself

"Ain't afraid of thieves"
A homeless man sleeping on a street, New Delhi
On the Streets of New Dehli
On the Streets of India
Stray Kids, Stray Puppies
Urchins playing on the streets with dogs

Destitute Musicans
Disabled members of a street-side music band
Destiture Musicans
Kamat Goes to a Cock Fight
A Cock Fight in Progress

Ragpickers on the Streets of Bangalore
A large number of people in urban India take to rag-picking as a means of living.
India`s Street Culture
India`s Streets
Relaxing by Roadside
Bangalore, Year 2000

Leader of Streetside Acrobat Play
Bangalore, year 2001
Dombarata Street Play

 

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