Deepti Asthana beautiful photos of rural Indian women

Self-taught photographer Deepti Asthana grew up in the small Indian town of Uttar Pradesh. She first worked in I.T. while also filling the creative void in her life by experimenting with travel, fashion and wedding photography. However, these genres didn’t quite fill the gap of a need to create work that made an impact.

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