The Street Sweepers of Jaipur

Written by Maya Fellows

Three women in bright Sari’s take photographs with tourists and ask for tips. One would think that this is how they make their money, but it’s not until you notice their brooms you realise they are the street sweepers of Amer Fort.

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About The Author
Maya Fellows

Maya is in the final stages of completing her dual degree in Journalism and Business Management (Marketing) at The University of Queensland. She is looking forwards to the challenges of reporting from another country, and honing her skills in the field. With a passion for travelling, Maya wants to move abroad once graduating and work with an establ...

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