NDTV covers our photo exhibition, ‘My City Through My Eyes’ at the Mandi House metro station in Delhi. The exhibition captures the city as seen by its most vulnerable children coming from the slums of Jahangirpuri, Sriniwaspuri and Madanpur Khadar (North and South East Delhi). It portrays the daily struggle of children living in Delhi slums. Each image depicts not only the appalling experiences of their daily lives but also conveys a strong social message for the world outside.

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