Conocer a gente de distintos lugares entender que sois distintos e iguales a la vez, es algo que ensancha tus horizontes. Pero la mayoría de nosotros no podemos viajar por todo el mundo. Sin embargo, hay otras formas de conocer a gente de lugares lejanos. Gracias a la fotógrafa Magdalena Bagrianow.

Esta fotógrafa polaca residente en Reino Unido ha viajado con su cámara a la India y ha hecho unos cuantos retratos de la gente de allí. Y son tan elocuentes, que casi puedes sentir las emociones que sentían los sujetos en esos momentos. Muchas de las fotos fueron tomadas en su entorno, lo que acentúa la sensación de sinceridad. Aunque el crecimiento de población de la India es negativo desde principios de los 90, el país aún es el 2º más habitado. Viven allí 1,3 billones de personas, un 17,5% del total de la población mundial.

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Niña pequeña Omani girl, retratada en Mutrah Souq

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Polish Photographer Travels Across India To Show How Incredibly Beautiful Its Local People Are

Retrato de un Sadhu en las calles de Pushkar

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Polish Photographer Travels Across India To Show How Incredibly Beautiful Its Local People Are

Bella gitana Kalbelia llamada Suman, en el parque de atracciones de Pushkar

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Polish Photographer Travels Across India To Show How Incredibly Beautiful Its Local People Are

Sadhu, hombre santo hindú, en las calles de Pushkar

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Polish Photographer Travels Across India To Show How Incredibly Beautiful Its Local People Are

Adorable chico gitano en el parque de atracciones de Pushkar

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Polish Photographer Travels Across India To Show How Incredibly Beautiful Its Local People Are

Chica Kalbelia con su hermanita pequeña, en las afueras de Pushkar

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Polish Photographer Travels Across India To Show How Incredibly Beautiful Its Local People Are

Suman de la casta Kalbelia, retratada en la feria anual de Pushkar

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Polish Photographer Travels Across India To Show How Incredibly Beautiful Its Local People Are

Anciana Rajasthani en las calles de Pushkar

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Polish Photographer Travels Across India To Show How Incredibly Beautiful Its Local People Are

Chica gitana de la casta Kalbelia

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Polish Photographer Travels Across India To Show How Incredibly Beautiful Its Local People Are

Viejo pastor Rajasthani durante una fría mañana en la feria de camellos

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Polish Photographer Travels Across India To Show How Incredibly Beautiful Its Local People Are

Maya, chica gitana de la casta Bhopa

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Polish Photographer Travels Across India To Show How Incredibly Beautiful Its Local People Are

Vendedor de camellos Rajasthani en la feria anual de Pushkar

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Polish Photographer Travels Across India To Show How Incredibly Beautiful Its Local People Are

Papu y Mamtu, madre e hija de la casta Bhopa, consideradas unas de las mujeres más bellas de Rajasthan

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Polish Photographer Travels Across India To Show How Incredibly Beautiful Its Local People Are

Suman, de la casta Kalbelia, en la feria anual de Pushkar

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Polish Photographer Travels Across India To Show How Incredibly Beautiful Its Local People Are

“FORGET YOUR TROUBLES AND DANCE” - Bob Marley. Sagina, chica de la casta Kalbelia, bailando en el parque de atracciones de Pushkar.

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Polish Photographer Travels Across India To Show How Incredibly Beautiful Its Local People Are

Joven gitana de la casta Kalbelia

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Polish Photographer Travels Across India To Show How Incredibly Beautiful Its Local People Are

Niña Rajasthani retratada en las calles de Pushkar

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Polish Photographer Travels Across India To Show How Incredibly Beautiful Its Local People Are

Niña gitana de la casta Bhopa retratada en las afueras de Pushkar

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Polish Photographer Travels Across India To Show How Incredibly Beautiful Its Local People Are

Mamtu, gitana de ojos verdes de la casta Bhopa

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Polish Photographer Travels Across India To Show How Incredibly Beautiful Its Local People Are

Vendedor de camellos Rajasthani

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Polish Photographer Travels Across India To Show How Incredibly Beautiful Its Local People Are

Pastor Rajasthani entre sus camellos en la feria de Pushkar

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Polish Photographer Travels Across India To Show How Incredibly Beautiful Its Local People Are

Chica de la casta Kalbelia retratada en la feria de Pushkar

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Polish Photographer Travels Across India To Show How Incredibly Beautiful Its Local People Are

El Taj Mahal en una mañana con niebla

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Polish Photographer Travels Across India To Show How Incredibly Beautiful Its Local People Are

Niño pequeño Rajasthani en la feria de Pushkar

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Polish Photographer Travels Across India To Show How Incredibly Beautiful Its Local People Are

Madre gitana y su hijo en la feria de Pushkar

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Polish Photographer Travels Across India To Show How Incredibly Beautiful Its Local People Are

4 hermanas reunidas frente a su tienda de campaña en la feria de Pushkar

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Polish Photographer Travels Across India To Show How Incredibly Beautiful Its Local People Are

Niño Rajasthani con una cobra muerta al cuello. Retratado en el Templo de los Monos en Jaipur

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Polish Photographer Travels Across India To Show How Incredibly Beautiful Its Local People Are

Niño Rajasthani vestido como el dios hindú Shiva. La foto se hizo en las calles de Pushkar, donde aceptaba dinero y ofrendas de vecinos y turistas, ya que se consideran de buena suerte. Su madre estaba a su lado cuidándolo todo el rato. Es costumbre que niños y adultos se vistan como dioses del panteón hindú durante festivales religiosos.

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Polish Photographer Travels Across India To Show How Incredibly Beautiful Its Local People Are

Retrato de un Sadhu, hombre santo hindú, en las calles de Pushkar

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Polish Photographer Travels Across India To Show How Incredibly Beautiful Its Local People Are

Travesti vestido de diosa hindú ofreciendo sus bendiciones a cambio de dinero de turistas y vecinos

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