13th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Inside My Home
These children are a part of a community of Jaipur's Gypsies. This image was taken inside their tent which is where they will sleep or take shelter when it rains, bare of necessities. Like many other parts of India, the gypsy clans are nomads within the city, moving elsewhere whenever the authorities tear down their place. The children do not have the privilege of education, and most, if not all, are left to fend for themselves.
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