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dhobi wallahs from behind, by  serenityphotography
Tags: dhobi wallahs varanasi, varanasi, dhobi wallah, dhobi-wallah, laundrymen, washermen, india, indian, indian subcontinent, travel, banara
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dhobi wallahs from behind

by serenityphotography
Artist Notes
The dhobi wallahs are the laundry-men, who was clothes for a small amount of money. They bring the laundry down to the river, and beat it against their flogging stone to bash the dirt from the clothes. Their reflections shimmer on the surface of the River Ganges in Varanasi, India's holiest of cities. See more at
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kent, england
Artist Biography
Born in Dover, England, I became disillusioned with the rat race and began travelling in 1997. On my first round the world trip I discovered a passion for travel, photography and scuba diving. Since then I have spent a total of five years on the road, become a diving instructor and semi-prof ...
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