28 Magnificent Photographs of Children From Indian Villages

Today, Beauty in Everything found for you 28 magnificent photographs of children from Indian villages.

Village Kids in Narlai

Keep smiling thats Life!

Gandikota Kids

Sneak Peak

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Sneak Peak
It is always joyful to see kids and their mischievous activities one such hide and seek moment with them at Hanumanthapuram, Chennai.
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Little Joys

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Little Joys
A girl enjoying washing her feet at village hand pump with a boy drawing the water in Karmajhiri Village, Madhya Pradesh
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Nagar girl with sheep

Joy of Life

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Joy of Life
Local boys having a lot of fun taking pictures with tourists visiting the Queen's Palace Basement at Hampi
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At Hanle, Ladakh

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At Hanle, Ladakh
A family at Hanle. Hanle is a village in Ladakh, India. It is the site of the 17th century Hanle Monastery. The valley is home to about a thousand people, with about 300 people living in Hanle village. There the supplies arrive here from Leh city. There is no petrol available here. And the electricity works only for 4 hours from 8Pm to 11 Pm.
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Village kids in Melattur

World Highest Post Office

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World Highest Post Office
Kids playing at World Highest Post Office, Hikkim, Spiti, India.
© Nimit Nigam
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Children in Sevamandir

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Children in Sevamandir
Sevamandir, Andhra Pradesh, India
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Gosai kid

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Gosai kid
Gosai kid, adorned like a warrior.
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Mudh Village in Pin Valley

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Mudh Village in Pin Valley
School children during their lunch break having kichadi cooked by their school teacher. This is the view outside their classroom captured at Mudh Village in Pin Valley, Himachal Pradesh, India. This is a small remote village with population of 213 People, 45 houses and one school which teaches till 5th grade.
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Behala slum area in Kolkata

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 Behala slum area in Kolkata
Children play and fetch water from the the community tap at the Behala slum area in Kolkata, India.
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Kids in Aihole, Badam

Kid from Langza

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Kid from Langza
Langza Village, Spiti, Himachal Pradesh, India.
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Children of Naya

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Children of Naya
Patachitra, an ancient folk art of Bengal, is appreciated by art lovers all over the world for its effortless style of drawings, colours, lines and space usage. The painters are called Patuas. The Patuas paint tales on long scrolls of cloth (patta) and sing them as they unfurl the scrolls. Their diverse repertoire includes mythological stories, tribal folk lore, social messages and narrations on contemporary events. Patuas generally use natural colours, which they procure from various trees, leaves, flowers and clays.
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Life in the Thar desert