Wordless Wednesday – 100

2013-08-06 13.57.33

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
Content Protection by DMCA.com
This entry was posted in WW.

21 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday – 100

    • Working as a road construction laboror. She is visible in the pic. As she progressed with her work on the road, she carried the child and her swing ahead too… .

  1. Life is all about braving the odds, and a mother always toils to give her best to her child. The kid is forced to learn the harsh facts of life very early. Nice capture Shilpa!!
    Reshma recently posted…Urban dreamsMy Profile

  2. Shilpa,this is only one.I have done a study on poor children and children in orphanages..It is a very sorry state of affairs.I have Q to all readers.We have 3.3 million NGOs in India ..equals ,one for every 400 citizens?Has any NGO approached you?Why are NGOs not concerned about these poor children?
    It is time civil society stood up.
    It’s really shameful .
    B k chowla recently posted…DIVISIVE POLICIESMy Profile

  3. Wow! The idea of such a cradle is creative. while many spend on buying expensive cradles , this lady has creatively done and you said in your comment she carries it to. Both serve the same purpose. Hai na, shilpa? Hats off to moms who work like this. Nice capture and you were supposed to make a post on photography tips… remember the promise.
    asha balakrishnan recently posted…Catch’em young to do those little acts that make a big differenceMy Profile

  4. I so want to hold the kid and say dont cry..you mom will come soon.
    Its really sad state of affair in our country…there are thousands of such kids on street..I really wish government should build some kind of free day care for poor kids..
    rashmi recently posted…Coming first in Accolades !!My Profile

  5. A lot of construction is going around my house, and I see so many tiny tots playing around the place of construction [where their parents are working] in dirt and especially at risk. We take so much care of our kids; and look at them, same age but left at God’s mercy. We watch our kids all the time when they are very little, who is watching these kids? But life goes on for them 🙁
    Reema Sahay recently posted…A Few Good FriendsMy Profile

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

CommentLuv badge