"He has an individual way of seeing things and reproducing them as
images on bromide paper which is unsurpassed by any photo
journalist in the whole wide world."-Normal Hall, "The Times"
Raghu Rai was recommended for membership of the Magnum Photo
Agency in 1973 by Henri Cartier-Bresson, and today he is one of the
world's most acclaimed photographers. This book is a collection of
his greatest color pictures of India from the last eighteen years.
His images talk of the simple people-the rituals and routines that
make up the rhythm of their days, their spiritual fervor, and their
dignity. It's a study of the unconscious artistry of their labor
and their humble homes.
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