The workers get Sundays and festival days off. They clean, shop, sleep or watch a movie at the tent cinema. (Gurguaon)
Four or five men normally share a small room. They divide the INR 2000 between them. (Gurgaon)
Kapashera is on the border town between New Delhi and Gurgaon. The majority of garment factories are concentrated in the adjacent Udyog Vihar industrial area. (Gurgaon)
Using a press machine installed in her house, this woman presses glue prints and designs onto clothes. She says it is difficult when there are power cuts. (Tirupur)
A woman works at her handloom, weaving little mats while her child sleeps. (Tirupur)
A full moon looks over the town of Tirupur.
A workshop in which excess fabric is collected, separated and sent for pulping, later to be spun into thread. (Tirupur)
In a house in Velampalyam, Tirupur, an old lady weaves using a handloom.
This house is being extended to make room for manufacturing. This family of six produces knitwear here. (Tirupur)
Garment workers from Kapashera with their children at a temporary polio camp set up in their neighbourhood. (Gurgaon)
Construction in Gurgaon is happening around the clock and in every corner.
An early morning scene at one of the tenements where the garment workers stay, Nalli Wali Gali, Kapashera. (Gurgaon)