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Originally published in 1993, this is a collection of black and white photographs of the tribals of India, accompanied by narrations of the author's experiences amongst them. The author traveled extensively for thirty years to remote and inaccessible tribal villages to capture this invaluable record of tribal life, which has changed considerably in the last fifteen years. This updated edition has a new preface, and some additional photographs, along with a few new passages in select chapters.
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'An irreplaceable record of people whose lives were later radically changed by development.' The New York Times
'Sunil Janah is to India what Henry Cartier-Bresson was to France and what Margaret Bourke-White was to America: a daring visionary who straddles photojournalism and fine art by always being in the right place at the right time.' PETER NAGY, Time Out, New
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Book Description Oxford University Press, 2003. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0195661273