The value of this exhibition lies precisely in the fact that these women, by showing their faces, are taking a key step to look forward and denounce their situation.
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After a day of heavy rain, a five-storey building partially collapsed in central Mumbai's Mahim area on Monday, 10 June 2013.
A dream tucked away, puberty on the brink, timid, curious and remorseful, few holding onto photographs, few counting days not to visit their relatives, plucking peas from farms, drinking from the streams, a slip of Hijaab, a giggle here and a sob there.
According to Schumpeter, the "gale of creative destruction" describes the "process of industrial mutation that incessantly revolutionizes the economic structure from within, incessantly destroying the old one, incessantly creating a new one". In Marxian economic theory, the concept refers more broadly to the linked processes of the accumulation and annihilation of wealth under capitalism. As Mumbai's iconic bookstore closed down, this documentary is a record of its last 42 hours.
In a mountain village of Uttarakhand home to only a handful of villagers lived Nandani, a mother of two in her mid-twenties her husband an alpinist famous for leading the city crowd for serious mountaineering.
The village enveloped by a thick fabric of deodar forest always had unexpected long periods of rainfalls. This uncertain mood of the climate perturbed the fellow city folks who were on a timely hiatus, watching them restless Nandini almost mocked them coyly and said; "The rains only stop when I wash my hair and want them to dry."