The workers by Sourabh Sarma

The workers in bricks factory in India. They work almost 12-14 hours a day and get just a minimum pay .According to government rules the owner of every brick industries are responsible for their children’s educations and health but still they won't get it.

The workers in bricks factory in India. They work almost 12-14 hours a day and get just a minimum pay .

According to government rules the owner of every brick industries are responsible for their children’s educations and health but still they won’t get it.They live in worst possible way.

The children has no educations and definitely no health.Every day early morning the workers start working and works till it night. And when the workers are working all day long their children spent time playing here and there. And when they are crying,maybe hungry,no one is out there to stop them as their parents are busy in work,as if they don’t they won’t get the money.Some times those children are very quarrel to each other. In front of me I saw that a child threw a stone towards another and it was hot on his head and he started crying but nobody was there to stop him.Because his parents was working and they won’t stop their work to help their boy for such a ‘simple’ matter. So I started to show him the images I have taken in my camera and finally he stopped. The conditions of children are the worst. They are not treated like human child,they play in mud,they cry,they has no helth,no education and nobody out there to take care of them. So they take care of each other.Children are taking care of children. Though they are not working in the factory but they don’t have any future and vision. The workers has the same conditions. They work the whole long day, carried the mud or raw material of bricks and shape those mud and again carried those raw bricks to oven. And again they carried those firm bricks to another place. This all day long hard work never ends. And all of this work is just for few penny. But still you can see the hope in their eyes,the hope for the better future. My work is to show the real face of those children who buried their future under the ‘Bricks of modernization’. My project shows how they live,though i was unable to capture some more as the owner denied my access. Hope my project will help them.

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