In his Bachpan series, Vicky Roy examines the psychology and principles of childhood games as performed specifically by underprivileged children living in major Indian cities, who have limited access to toys and equipment, and are instructed or expected to share their findings and belongings with other children in the community. The greatest resource being the company of other children, Roy highlights how each of these photographs feature groups of children and not single portraits, representing the largeness of communities and the logistics of play.
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