India is a complex country
Like all nations, it would immediately be added.
Considering that despite having about a third of the surface of China (the only country beyond India to exceed one billion inhabitants), it has almost the same number of citizens.
A subcontinent of 1.39 billion inhabitants divided into 28 states and 22 languages recognized by constitution, considered the cradle of some of the main religions of the world: Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism and Jainism, and the country with the largest number of people who follow Zoroastrianism and the Baha’i faith, although these religions have no Indian roots. It also has the third largest Muslim population in the world. Religions that also have a decisive influence on the eating habits of the faithful.
In short, everything that normally lays the foundations of the sense of belonging to a nation, in this case has many variations.
How to try to describe this immense country in the slightest?
The common trait to be investigated appears to manifest itself in the trades and professions that, crossing the country, have a certain recurrence, a certain common thread.
Through the portraits of workers, professionals and religious figures it is possible to obtain a cross-section of today’s society, which will inevitably change shortly thereafter.
On the one hand it is a place frozen in time, on the other strongly projected towards the future.
In Indian, the suffix “wala” (or walla or wallah) is used to mean “what … someone does (or sells)…