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The Pind (village) in Pakistan is a very peaceful place. Pinds are situated far from the cities. In this case, about 3 and a half hours from Lahore, near the town of Gojra. Previously it was rare to see paved roads, electricity or large homes made of brick and concrete, but now more development is happening due to investments from abroad.

The people who live in the Pind are hard working, enjoy fresh milk (usually from Buffalos), vegetables and fruit picked right off the tree or from the earth almost every day.

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Freshly picked oranges. © Irfan Rydhan


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'Nai', the village barber. © Irfan Rydhan


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A farm worker doing laundry. © Irfan Rydhan


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An adobe-like house. © Irfan Rydhan


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Freshly picked carrots. © Irfan Rydhan


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A village dog enjoys a lazy day. © Irfan Rydhan


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View of the orange trees and farmland. © Irfan Rydhan


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A rooster and chicken kept on the roof of the house. © Irfan Rydhan


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A snapshot of villagers on the farm. © Irfan Rydhan


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A villager enjoys the beauty of the farm land. © Irfan Rydhan


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Buffalo posing for the camera. © Irfan Rydhan


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Sugarcane field. © Irfan Rydhan


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A villager brings home firewood. © Irfan Rydhan


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Orange grove. © Irfan Rydhan


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A large water irrigation canal. © Irfan Rydhan


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Irrigation lines for crops through the farm land. © Irfan Rydhan


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Buffalo hanging out - glamshot. © Irfan Rydhan


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Workers pick fresh greens in the fields. © Irfan Rydhan


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Goats eating some grass. © Irfan Rydhan


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Frying knotted designs of Fresh Jilabee (Fried Syrup). © Irfan Rydhan


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Harvested sugarcane on it way to the mill. © Irfan Rydhan


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Decorated truck on it's way into town. © Irfan Rydhan


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A brick factory in the village. © Irfan Rydhan



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