The ‘Lamani’ tribe is known for its nomadic ways. However, in Goa there is one encampment where members of the tribe have been settled for over three generations now.
I spent time with them and the more I lingered, the more I found myself floating through their ‘in-between’ moments.These people, who roam no more, occupy the space between older India and India today.
In this liminal space their life is bound by hope and despair, aspiration and aimlessness, light and shadow. It is a space from which they can either move forward or backward.