The people of Mognoori village were very friendly. The children were more shy than the exuberant kids of the south.
I can’t tell you how happy I was to be here, capturing scenes of everyday life in Mognoori village and not offending anyone in the process.
The woman is making gari. Gari is made from the cassava root. When finished, its a dry and crunchy granular sort of powder used as a topping on beans or rice or mixed into a soup.
On the right, the log with notches is a ladder, used to go up to the roof.
Bringing water to the house. No one has plumbing in this village.
The friendly gentleman who accompanied me on the village walk.