under Rajasthan

In some parts of Rajasthan, girls are married as young as eight years old. Some have grown up to declare freedom

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2 Dec 2014 | BY Aanchal Bansal

Rajasthan’s ambassadors of folk music are going global—and making it bigger at home

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29 Oct 2014 | BY Rajni George

Life in this remote town has been altered beyond recognition by the discovery of oil

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30 Sep 2012 | BY Chinki Sinha

What a photo stall at a fair in rural Rajasthan for adolescent girls tells us about those who posed for its camera

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14 Sep 2012 | BY Gauri Gill

The team was panned by all media for playing boring cricket

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27 Jan 2012

In Jaisalmer, tour guides and hotel managers can be as interesting as the place itself

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25 Nov 2011 | BY Trisha Gupta

This 80-year-old from a Rajasthan village uses storytelling to make dharnas enjoyable

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14 Nov 2011 | BY Shobha SV

Rajasthan’s folk music might be endangered, but its causes are ever relevant: caste and women’s empowerment

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28 Oct 2010 | BY Avantika Bhuyan

Restless after seeing a little girl being beaten by her teacher eleven years ago, photographer Gauri Gill returns to Rajasthan.

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19 Mar 2010

Fame may have brought Rukma Bai acceptance, but her fellow villagers still won’t let women sing in public.

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17 Mar 2010 | BY Radhika Bordia
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