“In the Shadows”

November 16, 2014

A photograph that I did not finally select for an exhibition – “In the Shadows”

Shows a girl of the Garasia Tribe, who is so resplendent in her colors and yet she herself is in the shadows of her tribe’s ideology.

In the Shadows - Photographer Jaina Mishra

In my twenties I thought the individual was more important than the tribe. Today when I am nearly half a century old, I wonder if I was right……..

Clicked at the matrimonial fair in a village in Rajasthan many moons ago.

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