Shot in the city of Kolkata, India. A man in a small shop showed me a betel leaf. It is used for Paan, a tradition of chewing betel leaf.
The man was peddling tobaccos and Paan in the market. Smoking in the public is prohibited…(more)
The boy was showing the bundle of betel leaves in his hands to me. He was selling these le…(more)
The woman was setting up betel leaves for chewing. They were called, 'Paan' and many local…(more)
There was a small stall in the midst of the market. And a boy was selling Paan, betel leav…(more)
The man was a tobacconist and making Paan, a tradition of chewing betel leaf. It is also p…(more)
The man was a tobacconist and a bowl in which the dust of tobacco leaves were was in his h…(more)
The garden was laid out between 1913-15 in the grounds of a villa built for Eguchi Teijo,…(more)
Shot in the city of Musashi-Koyama. Leaves glow with vitality by the wayside.
The man sits and sell cigarettes. Boxes of cigarettes are meticulously arranged behind him…(more)
This mosque is the biggest mosque in this country and designed by French architect Michel…(more)
It was still common to carry burden with human-powered vehicles here. The man was also rid…(more)
The man resting by the wayside asked me for shooting. He had smiled but his smile had gone…(more)