India Art of Melody Winnig

"Mother India is in many ways the mother of us all." Will Durant

"Basti Nizamuddin is a 12th century village that grew around the shrine of the Sufi Saint Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya and was engulfed over the centuries by the city of Delhi. The shrine attracts landless, rural migrants, the disabled and the destitute, and runaway children from the poorer regions of India and Bangladesh." Hope Project Charitable Trust

Most images come from the Basti Nizamuddin neighborhood in New Delhi.

All images created from photos by George MacDonald.

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Basti Girl Girl & Babe Basti Boy + Laundry Man with Red Shawl Ladies in the Basti Street Boys Young Woman in Sari Sadhu with Red Turban Man Sleeping on Bike Boy with Cup Woman in Green Sari Pink Building in Nizamuddin Relax Hotel Getting Water Rickshaw Drivers Milk Kids Boy with Water Buffalo Red Reflecting Pool Dungpile Waterfall General Store Young Basti Girl Street Scene, The Basti Bathing at  Varanasi Varanasi River Bank

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