Behind the scenes of the bright colours of a sari lies another story.
Amongst the pungent chemical smell, almost unbearable temperature and severe humidity, the condition of work is miserable in the sari factory in India, from another century.
Children are loitering along the chemical containers while their mothers are toiling to pack the garments that will be sold all over the country.
The older ones are manipulating chemicals for the process of block printing and the work that demands more manpower is mostly done either by tribals or lower caste.
Child labour constitutes for 13% of the workforce in India, 1 in every 11 children is employed as child labour, the highest number in the world.
Earth provides enough to satisfy every man's need but not for every man's greed. -Gandhi