Marriages in India are usually arranged, with the girls almost always younger than their husbands.
Across all religious and class divides in India, family life is important and follows close structures. This is often particularly true amongst rural families living in close quarters in cramped homes such as this one.
The vast majority of middle classs families in India have servants, much as they would have in nineteenth century Britain, with low wages making it affordable. Strict socio-cultural mores govern the relationship between servants and their masters.
Indian election rallies are loud and impassioned events