Situated in southwest Bihar, the Mohania Region is separated geographically into two parts: a hilly area—home of the Kaimur plateau—and the plains area on the eastern side, which includes the Sone River. Wheat, lentil beans and rice are some of the food crops grown in this area.
Six different languages are spoken in the Mohania Bihar Region.
A number of famous temples and monasteries dot the landscape and draw many worshipers.
Many in the Mohania Region spend their days laboring in the fields out in the hot sun.
Driving a bicycle rickshaw is challenging work and requires a lot of effort.
This picture depicts some handicrafts made and sold by villagers in the Mohania Region.
The people of Nagaland belong to multiple tribes, with the Nagas being the largest. Here a group of Naga young women are shown at a youth rally.
A home and fields on a plain backing up to one of the many hills is a typical scene in rural Nagaland.
The city of Dimapur is the commercial hub of Nagaland.