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Wyrób cegieł w Kaszmirze - Polaris (25)

EN_01274469_0001 PLA
August 23, 2017 - Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, India: A non-Kashmiri labourer puts charcoal in an empty space as a step to fire bricks inside a kiln in the village of Beerwah in the Budgam district. Brick making is an unorganized industry, generally confined to rural and semi-urban areas, and is one of the largest employment-generating industries in India. The laborers usually work in hard conditions for 12-14 hours a day to reach a target of 1,000 to 1,200 bricks a day, earning between 100 to 140 USD a month. While making the bricks, the laborers inside the kiln have to work under the immense heat conditions and the temperature of the kiln has to be maintained at about 355 degrees Fahrenheit, which is far beyond the normal environmental temperature a human could bear. (Adil Hussain/Polaris)
EN_01274469_0002 PLA
August 23, 2017 - Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, India: Handmade bricks made from clay left out to dry in the sun before being moved inside a kiln in the village of Beerwah in the Budgam district. Brick making is an unorganized industry, generally confined to rural and semi-urban areas, and is one of the largest employment-generating industries in India. The laborers usually work in hard conditions for 12-14 hours a day to reach a target of 1,000 to 1,200 bricks a day, earning between 100 to 140 USD a month. While making the bricks, the laborers inside the kiln have to work under the immense heat conditions and the temperature of the kiln has to be maintained at about 355 degrees Fahrenheit, which is far beyond the normal environmental temperature a human could bear. (Adil Hussain/Polaris)
EN_01274469_0003 PLA
August 23, 2017 - Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, India: Non-Kashmiri labourers load bricks in a load carrier vehicle inside a brick kiln in the village of Beerwah in the Budgam district. Brick making is an unorganized industry, generally confined to rural and semi-urban areas, and is one of the largest employment-generating industries in India. The laborers usually work in hard conditions for 12-14 hours a day to reach a target of 1,000 to 1,200 bricks a day, earning between 100 to 140 USD a month. While making the bricks, the laborers inside the kiln have to work under the immense heat conditions and the temperature of the kiln has to be maintained at about 355 degrees Fahrenheit, which is far beyond the normal environmental temperature a human could bear. (Adil Hussain/Polaris)
EN_01274469_0004 PLA
August 23, 2017 - Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, India: Non-Kashmiri labourers load bricks in handcarts inside a brick kiln in the village of Beerwah in the Budgam district. Brick making is an unorganized industry, generally confined to rural and semi-urban areas, and is one of the largest employment-generating industries in India. The laborers usually work in hard conditions for 12-14 hours a day to reach a target of 1,000 to 1,200 bricks a day, earning between 100 to 140 USD a month. While making the bricks, the laborers inside the kiln have to work under the immense heat conditions and the temperature of the kiln has to be maintained at about 355 degrees Fahrenheit, which is far beyond the normal environmental temperature a human could bear. (Adil Hussain/Polaris)
EN_01274469_0005 PLA
August 23, 2017 - Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, India: Non-Kashmiri labourers load bricks in a load carrier vehicle inside a brick kiln in the village of Beerwah in the Budgam district. Brick making is an unorganized industry, generally confined to rural and semi-urban areas, and is one of the largest employment-generating industries in India. The laborers usually work in hard conditions for 12-14 hours a day to reach a target of 1,000 to 1,200 bricks a day, earning between 100 to 140 USD a month. While making the bricks, the laborers inside the kiln have to work under the immense heat conditions and the temperature of the kiln has to be maintained at about 355 degrees Fahrenheit, which is far beyond the normal environmental temperature a human could bear. (Adil Hussain/Polaris)
EN_01274469_0006 PLA
August 23, 2017 - Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, India: Non-Kashmiri labourers pile up dried mud bricks to be fired later inside a brick kiln in the village of Beerwah in the Budgam district. Brick making is an unorganized industry, generally confined to rural and semi-urban areas, and is one of the largest employment-generating industries in India. The laborers usually work in hard conditions for 12-14 hours a day to reach a target of 1,000 to 1,200 bricks a day, earning between 100 to 140 USD a month. While making the bricks, the laborers inside the kiln have to work under the immense heat conditions and the temperature of the kiln has to be maintained at about 355 degrees Fahrenheit, which is far beyond the normal environmental temperature a human could bear. (Adil Hussain/Polaris)
EN_01274469_0007 PLA
August 23, 2017 - Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, India: A non-Kashmiri labourer stands near a stack of dried bricks inside a brick kiln in the village of Beerwah in the Budgam district. Brick making is an unorganized industry, generally confined to rural and semi-urban areas, and is one of the largest employment-generating industries in India. The laborers usually work in hard conditions for 12-14 hours a day to reach a target of 1,000 to 1,200 bricks a day, earning between 100 to 140 USD a month. While making the bricks, the laborers inside the kiln have to work under the immense heat conditions and the temperature of the kiln has to be maintained at about 355 degrees Fahrenheit, which is far beyond the normal environmental temperature a human could bear. (Adil Hussain/Polaris)
EN_01274469_0008 PLA
August 23, 2017 - Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, India: Non-Kashmiri labourers pile up dried mud bricks to be fired later inside a brick kiln in the village of Beerwah in the Budgam district. Brick making is an unorganized industry, generally confined to rural and semi-urban areas, and is one of the largest employment-generating industries in India. The laborers usually work in hard conditions for 12-14 hours a day to reach a target of 1,000 to 1,200 bricks a day, earning between 100 to 140 USD a month. While making the bricks, the laborers inside the kiln have to work under the immense heat conditions and the temperature of the kiln has to be maintained at about 355 degrees Fahrenheit, which is far beyond the normal environmental temperature a human could bear. (Adil Hussain/Polaris)
EN_01274469_0009 PLA
August 23, 2017 - Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, India: Non-Kashmiri labourers work inside a brick kiln in the village of Beerwah in the Budgam district. Brick making is an unorganized industry, generally confined to rural and semi-urban areas, and is one of the largest employment-generating industries in India. The laborers usually work in hard conditions for 12-14 hours a day to reach a target of 1,000 to 1,200 bricks a day, earning between 100 to 140 USD a month. While making the bricks, the laborers inside the kiln have to work under the immense heat conditions and the temperature of the kiln has to be maintained at about 355 degrees Fahrenheit, which is far beyond the normal environmental temperature a human could bear. (Adil Hussain/Polaris)
EN_01274469_0010 PLA
August 23, 2017 - Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, India: Amidst blowing toxic dust, non-Kashmiri labourers load bricks in handcarts inside a brick kiln in the village of Beerwah in the Budgam district. Brick making is an unorganized industry, generally confined to rural and semi-urban areas, and is one of the largest employment-generating industries in India. The laborers usually work in hard conditions for 12-14 hours a day to reach a target of 1,000 to 1,200 bricks a day, earning between 100 to 140 USD a month. While making the bricks, the laborers inside the kiln have to work under the immense heat conditions and the temperature of the kiln has to be maintained at about 355 degrees Fahrenheit, which is far beyond the normal environmental temperature a human could bear. (Adil Hussain/Polaris)
EN_01274469_0011 PLA
August 23, 2017 - Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, India: Non-Kashmiri labourers work inside a brick kiln in the village of Beerwah in the Budgam district. Brick making is an unorganized industry, generally confined to rural and semi-urban areas, and is one of the largest employment-generating industries in India. The laborers usually work in hard conditions for 12-14 hours a day to reach a target of 1,000 to 1,200 bricks a day, earning between 100 to 140 USD a month. While making the bricks, the laborers inside the kiln have to work under the immense heat conditions and the temperature of the kiln has to be maintained at about 355 degrees Fahrenheit, which is far beyond the normal environmental temperature a human could bear. (Adil Hussain/Polaris)
EN_01274469_0012 PLA
August 23, 2017 - Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, India: A non-Kashmiri labourer load bricks in a truck inside a brick kiln in the village of Beerwah in the Budgam district. Brick making is an unorganized industry, generally confined to rural and semi-urban areas, and is one of the largest employment-generating industries in India. The laborers usually work in hard conditions for 12-14 hours a day to reach a target of 1,000 to 1,200 bricks a day, earning between 100 to 140 USD a month. While making the bricks, the laborers inside the kiln have to work under the immense heat conditions and the temperature of the kiln has to be maintained at about 355 degrees Fahrenheit, which is far beyond the normal environmental temperature a human could bear. (Adil Hussain/Polaris)
EN_01274469_0013 PLA
August 23, 2017 - Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, India: Non-Kashmiri labourers load bricks in a truck inside a brick kiln in the village of Beerwah in the Budgam district. Brick making is an unorganized industry, generally confined to rural and semi-urban areas, and is one of the largest employment-generating industries in India. The laborers usually work in hard conditions for 12-14 hours a day to reach a target of 1,000 to 1,200 bricks a day, earning between 100 to 140 USD a month. While making the bricks, the laborers inside the kiln have to work under the immense heat conditions and the temperature of the kiln has to be maintained at about 355 degrees Fahrenheit, which is far beyond the normal environmental temperature a human could bear. (Adil Hussain/Polaris)
EN_01274469_0014 PLA
August 23, 2017 - Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, India: Non-Kashmiri labourers load bricks in a truck inside a brick kiln in the village of Beerwah in the Budgam district. Brick making is an unorganized industry, generally confined to rural and semi-urban areas, and is one of the largest employment-generating industries in India. The laborers usually work in hard conditions for 12-14 hours a day to reach a target of 1,000 to 1,200 bricks a day, earning between 100 to 140 USD a month. While making the bricks, the laborers inside the kiln have to work under the immense heat conditions and the temperature of the kiln has to be maintained at about 355 degrees Fahrenheit, which is far beyond the normal environmental temperature a human could bear. (Adil Hussain/Polaris)
EN_01274469_0015 PLA
August 23, 2017 - Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, India: Non-Kashmiri labourers pile up dried bricks to be fired later inside a brick kiln in the village of Beerwah in the Budgam district. Brick making is an unorganized industry, generally confined to rural and semi-urban areas, and is one of the largest employment-generating industries in India. The laborers usually work in hard conditions for 12-14 hours a day to reach a target of 1,000 to 1,200 bricks a day, earning between 100 to 140 USD a month. While making the bricks, the laborers inside the kiln have to work under the immense heat conditions and the temperature of the kiln has to be maintained at about 355 degrees Fahrenheit, which is far beyond the normal environmental temperature a human could bear. (Adil Hussain/Polaris)
EN_01274469_0016 PLA
August 23, 2017 - Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, India: A non-Kashmiri labourer shows his hand full of mud as he works to make bricks out of mud inside a brick kiln in the village of Beerwah in the Budgam district. Brick making is an unorganized industry, generally confined to rural and semi-urban areas, and is one of the largest employment-generating industries in India. The laborers usually work in hard conditions for 12-14 hours a day to reach a target of 1,000 to 1,200 bricks a day, earning between 100 to 140 USD a month. While making the bricks, the laborers inside the kiln have to work under the immense heat conditions and the temperature of the kiln has to be maintained at about 355 degrees Fahrenheit, which is far beyond the normal environmental temperature a human could bear. (Adil Hussain/Polaris)
EN_01274469_0017 PLA
August 23, 2017 - Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, India: A non-Kashmiri labourer poses for a picture with a dried brick inside a brick kiln in the village of Beerwah in the Budgam district. Brick making is an unorganized industry, generally confined to rural and semi-urban areas, and is one of the largest employment-generating industries in India. The laborers usually work in hard conditions for 12-14 hours a day to reach a target of 1,000 to 1,200 bricks a day, earning between 100 to 140 USD a month. While making the bricks, the laborers inside the kiln have to work under the immense heat conditions and the temperature of the kiln has to be maintained at about 355 degrees Fahrenheit, which is far beyond the normal environmental temperature a human could bear. (Adil Hussain/Polaris)
EN_01274469_0018 PLA
August 23, 2017 - Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, India: A non-Kashmiri labourer filling a form with clay as a step to produce bricks inside a brick kiln in the village of Beerwah in the Budgam district. Brick making is an unorganized industry, generally confined to rural and semi-urban areas, and is one of the largest employment-generating industries in India. The laborers usually work in hard conditions for 12-14 hours a day to reach a target of 1,000 to 1,200 bricks a day, earning between 100 to 140 USD a month. While making the bricks, the laborers inside the kiln have to work under the immense heat conditions and the temperature of the kiln has to be maintained at about 355 degrees Fahrenheit, which is far beyond the normal environmental temperature a human could bear. (Adil Hussain/Polaris)
EN_01274469_0019 PLA
August 23, 2017 - Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, India: A non-Kashmiri labourer filling a form with clay as a step to produce bricks inside a brick kiln in the village of Beerwah in the Budgam district. Brick making is an unorganized industry, generally confined to rural and semi-urban areas, and is one of the largest employment-generating industries in India. The laborers usually work in hard conditions for 12-14 hours a day to reach a target of 1,000 to 1,200 bricks a day, earning between 100 to 140 USD a month. While making the bricks, the laborers inside the kiln have to work under the immense heat conditions and the temperature of the kiln has to be maintained at about 355 degrees Fahrenheit, which is far beyond the normal environmental temperature a human could bear. (Adil Hussain/Polaris)
EN_01274469_0020 PLA
August 23, 2017 - Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, India: A non-Kashmiri labourer filling a form with clay as a step to produce bricks inside a brick kiln in the village of Beerwah in the Budgam district. Brick making is an unorganized industry, generally confined to rural and semi-urban areas, and is one of the largest employment-generating industries in India. The laborers usually work in hard conditions for 12-14 hours a day to reach a target of 1,000 to 1,200 bricks a day, earning between 100 to 140 USD a month. While making the bricks, the laborers inside the kiln have to work under the immense heat conditions and the temperature of the kiln has to be maintained at about 355 degrees Fahrenheit, which is far beyond the normal environmental temperature a human could bear. (Adil Hussain/Polaris)
EN_01274469_0021 PLA
August 23, 2017 - Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, India: A non-Kashmiri labourer filling a form with clay as a step to produce bricks inside a brick kiln in the village of Beerwah in the Budgam district. Brick making is an unorganized industry, generally confined to rural and semi-urban areas, and is one of the largest employment-generating industries in India. The laborers usually work in hard conditions for 12-14 hours a day to reach a target of 1,000 to 1,200 bricks a day, earning between 100 to 140 USD a month. While making the bricks, the laborers inside the kiln have to work under the immense heat conditions and the temperature of the kiln has to be maintained at about 355 degrees Fahrenheit, which is far beyond the normal environmental temperature a human could bear. (Adil Hussain/Polaris)
EN_01274469_0022 PLA
August 23, 2017 - Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, India: A non-Kashmiri labourer prepares clay from mud inside a brick kiln in the village of Beerwah in the Budgam district. Brick making is an unorganized industry, generally confined to rural and semi-urban areas, and is one of the largest employment-generating industries in India. The laborers usually work in hard conditions for 12-14 hours a day to reach a target of 1,000 to 1,200 bricks a day, earning between 100 to 140 USD a month. While making the bricks, the laborers inside the kiln have to work under the immense heat conditions and the temperature of the kiln has to be maintained at about 355 degrees Fahrenheit, which is far beyond the normal environmental temperature a human could bear. (Adil Hussain/Polaris)
EN_01274469_0023 PLA
August 23, 2017 - Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, India: Handmade bricks made from clay left out to dry in the sun before being moved inside a kiln in the village of Beerwah in the Budgam district. Brick making is an unorganized industry, generally confined to rural and semi-urban areas, and is one of the largest employment-generating industries in India. The laborers usually work in hard conditions for 12-14 hours a day to reach a target of 1,000 to 1,200 bricks a day, earning between 100 to 140 USD a month. While making the bricks, the laborers inside the kiln have to work under the immense heat conditions and the temperature of the kiln has to be maintained at about 355 degrees Fahrenheit, which is far beyond the normal environmental temperature a human could bear. (Adil Hussain/Polaris)
EN_01274469_0024 PLA
August 23, 2017 - Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, India: Non-Kashmiri labourers filling forms with clay as a step produce bricks inside a brick kiln in the village of Beerwah in the Budgam district. Brick making is an unorganized industry, generally confined to rural and semi-urban areas, and is one of the largest employment-generating industries in India. The laborers usually work in hard conditions for 12-14 hours a day to reach a target of 1,000 to 1,200 bricks a day, earning between 100 to 140 USD a month. While making the bricks, the laborers inside the kiln have to work under the immense heat conditions and the temperature of the kiln has to be maintained at about 355 degrees Fahrenheit, which is far beyond the normal environmental temperature a human could bear. (Adil Hussain/Polaris)
EN_01274469_0025 PLA
August 23, 2017 - Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, India: Non-Kashmiri labourers filling a form with clay as a step to produce bricks inside a brick kiln in the village of Beerwah in the Budgam district. Brick making is an unorganized industry, generally confined to rural and semi-urban areas, and is one of the largest employment-generating industries in India. The laborers usually work in hard conditions for 12-14 hours a day to reach a target of 1,000 to 1,200 bricks a day, earning between 100 to 140 USD a month. While making the bricks, the laborers inside the kiln have to work under the immense heat conditions and the temperature of the kiln has to be maintained at about 355 degrees Fahrenheit, which is far beyond the normal environmental temperature a human could bear. (Adil Hussain/Polaris)