We also have the opportunity in Panaji to see the wonderful work of photographer Gauri Gill, Balika Mela. In 2013, Gill was invited by an NGO to shoot a series of black-and-white portraits to take part in “mela,” the fairs that are still held throughout the Indian countryside. Seven years later, she returned to a mela in Lunkaransar, 300 kilometers from Jaipur, to photograph , only this time in color.
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