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By Kailash Satyarthi, The Times of India – 12 March 2017This is a photo of a family in a park in the foothills of the Himalayas.
It’s a snapshot of what life in India looks like for the countrys second-oldest ethnic group.
It was taken by Kailasha Sathyaprakash, who has spent decades documenting the lives of the Dravidians and Jats in the Himalayan foothills.
But this picture of the family is hardly representative of the entire country.
As the years have gone by, the Indian people have grown thinner, taller, lighter and darker.
Many of the people depicted in the photo look more like themselves than in their ancestral villages in India’s vast plains and jungles.
“The picture is taken from the perspective of the Jats and the Drosas in the northern state of Bihar,” Sathyaps mother and sister told The Times.
“They look similar in some ways, but in other ways they are not.
Now they are gone and their images are just gone forever. “
The photos of the children and families in the park were taken in 2010.
Now they are gone and their images are just gone forever.
The photos of this family are just a snapshot.”
The photos show the differences in India, and they illustrate how the country is slowly moving towards becoming a multicultural society.
But, for the most part, India’s ethnic minorities remain stuck in the rural areas.
The photo is a snapshot from Sathyas perspective, where she is on a hilltop overlooking the Drazias plateau in the north of the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir.
The Drazia mountains have an average elevation of around 3,000 feet.
(AP)Sathyapras family is among the most prominent and visible members of India’s Dravidian and Jat community, which have been living in the mountainous region for generations.
Her parents, who hail from the western state of Uttar Pradesh, are members of the Chhatisgarh Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (CDMK), a Dravidi community in Uttar Pradesh.
“They are the oldest and most influential community in the region,” Suthapras mother said.
“Our family has a lot of history, and we have lived here for thousands of years.
Our community is very proud and proud. “
We have a history that is very important to us.
Our community is very proud and proud.
We have a lot to be proud of.”
In the past decade, India has witnessed a gradual increase in the number of Dravidas and Jati families living in India.
This is not because of the policies of the government.
The policy is the result of the demographic and cultural changes that have been taking place in India in the last few decades.
In 2011, India became the first country in the world to enact the National Population Policy, which set the goal of reducing the population by 10 per cent by 2050.
According to the National Institute of Population Sciences, India currently has a population of around 1.2 billion people.
The policy aims to bring the country to 100 per cent fertility within 25 years, and India has managed to achieve this milestone.
This means that India is on course to achieve its ambitious target by 2026.
According to a recent study, India is the fastest-growing country in Asia, and is projected to grow by 6.5 per cent per year by the end of 2020.
However, it is not just India that has made strides in the demographic field.
The US has also seen a rapid increase in its population since the 1970s.
And, China has also shown great strides in its demographic growth.
In the world, India continues to be a country that is not welcoming to its minorities.
In the 1980s, India was one of the only countries where the country still considered the Dosa (Dravidian) and Jatin (Jat) communities to be separate ethnic groups.
Today, the status of these groups is much different.
The ethnic groups in India have come under intense pressure from the country’s ruling class and from various social forces.
In recent years, the Jat-dominated political parties in the country have pushed for the complete elimination of the ethnic minorities, while some politicians have even advocated for the genocide of these communities.
In 2016, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government of Narendra Modi led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi introduced the controversial ‘Bharat Yatra’ which aims to create a Hindu-Muslim homeland.
This event has been a major catalyst for the rise of the Hindu nationalist political party in India since then.
According the United Nations (UN), India has one of highest rates of inter-group violence in the entire world.
Many people in India are suffering from hate crimes, which are largely perpetrated against the Dossikas and the Jatin communities.