A Saperan

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© Swami Jivan Utsav
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UploadedJune 3, 2010
TakenAugust 28, 2009
ModelCanon EOS 450D
Exposure1/125 sec at f/5.6
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length110 mm
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(Saap in Hindi means a snake and, Saperan means a snake woman or a woman who owns or entertains her pet snake in public)
While many of us have ambitions and goals in life to be a doctor, engineer, journalist or a photographer, there are people, who just live the life, as their parents once did. Some of us inherit property or money or valuable assets too, from our parents or grandparents, there are few people in this world, who have nothing else, but 'a snake' to leave behind their children, to continue a tradition as a snake charmer 'entertain people with their snake' in order to make just about enough money to survive.

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  • Joanna Singh

    Joanna Singh (Deleted) said (20 Jun 2010):

    Brave woman - instead of a cat or dog she enjoys a snake. Nice picture - taken in a very proper time (I can see a snake's tongue;-)).

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