With ample rain and a moderate climate, the southern region of Gujarat offers especially fertile land for farming. Along with producing sugarcane, many people in this area make their living cultivating wheat and corn.
Fishing is also a major part of the South Gujarat economy, while others work as expert craftsmen, making baskets and decorations from bamboo. Many residents are also employed by the industrial and manufacturing companies in this area.
Although other areas of Gujarat speak the state language of Gujarati, the southern region is different. In these rural farm villages, it is common for the people to only speak the local dialects.
This man is processing the plentiful bamboo that grows in this region’s forests.
Many who live in South Gujarat’s larger cities call apartment buildings like these home.
This city scene in South Gujarat shows why the region is considered one of the cleanest in all of India.
Delhi is famous for this national monument, the India Gate, built during the 1920s as a memorial to Indian soldiers.
Rickshaws are a common sight in Delhi's bustling streets.
An estimated 100,000 homeless children live on the streets of India’s capital city.