The man behind the well known ““Afghan Girl” photograph has discharged another arrangement of pictures of life in India, spreading over three decades.
Thirty-seven pictures by American picture taker Steve McCurry of ordinary life in India are to go in plain view at the Rubin Museum of Art in New York in November, including numerous that have never been seen by the general population.
#1 Dust storm, Rajasthan
#2 Women in stepwell, Rajasthan
#3 Woman and child on the Howrah Mail train en route to Kolkata, West Bengal
#4 Tailor carries his sewing machine through monsoon waters, Porbandar, Gujarat
#5 Sikh devotee prays at the Golden Temple, Amritsar, Punjab
#6 Young Rinpoche, Bylakuppe, Karnataka
#7 Steam engine passes in front of the Taj Mahal, Agra, Uttar Pradesh
#8 Mother and child at a car window, Mumbai, Maharashtra
#9 Man practices acupressure while walking on gravel, Jaipur, Rajasthan
#10 Young girl runs past movie poster, Mumbai, Maharashtra
#11 Rabari tribal elder, Rajasthan
#12 Hindu devotee carries statue of Lord Ganesh into the waters of the Arabian Sea during the immersion ritual off Chowpatty Beach, Mumbai, Maharashtra
#13 Portrait of engineer Maqbool Andrabi, Srinagar, Kashmir
#14 Father and daughter on Dal Lake, Srinagar, Kashmir