'Mazdoor' is the Urdu word for worker.
India is busy. With 1.2 billion people living here and a rising working age population, this is
a country born to work.
These photographs capture some of India's daily working life: a dedicated temple water cleaner; a silent, poised museum attendant; the careful chandalas at the burning ghats; no-nonsense cleaners in Delhi street drains; sweet makers and tandoori chefs on the street; workers in clattering kitchens; tailors stitching and weavers at their looms; ayurvedic doctors working for free; band leaders at Indian weddings.
Indian ordinary working life seems anything but ordinary in this collection - inspiring and fascinating in its variation.