A couple in a bunch of ruins that they call home in Kujama village. The day temperature in this area reaches 30-35 degrees in March, right before the Indian summer kicks in. The house itself is situated right on top of burning coal and as a result the floor in this family's house is cracked and uneaven in many places. In fact the ground is so hot here that the locals cook their food right on it indside their houses. It is very dangerous to live here as the ground is capable of caving in without warning. (image by Poul Madsen)
A couple in a bunch of ruins that they call home in Kujama village. The day temperature in this area reaches 30-35 degrees in March, right before the Indian summer kicks in. The house itself is situated right on top of burning coal and as a result the floor in this family's house is cracked and uneaven in many places. In fact the ground is so hot here that the locals cook their food right on it indside their houses. It is very dangerous to live here as the ground is capable of caving in without warning.
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