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A Fadakari toli (group) harvests the crop of sugarcane, the largest yield in Western Maharashtra. They are a group of people vastly belonging to Marathwada and Vidarbha region, along with Sangola, Northen Solapur, and parts of Vijapur. Although majority of Fadakaris own lands at their native places, they can hardly farm it, because of the relative lack of water. They are forced to refuge for almost a quarter of an year to parts of the country where they can work and earn their childhood. Generally, a Fadakari toli consists of 8-10 workers, that is 4-5 couples and their children. This short observational documentary shows a day in the lives of these workers.

Short, Documentary
Pratyush Kulkarni

All Systems Operational

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