Sewakapura, a small village in the easternmost part of Rajasthan, is a place where time stands still. The small settlement is buried in the rustic greens of the Dholpur district, known for its turbulent affairs with Mughal emperors, sandstone reserves, a combined cycle power station and close proximity to major cities like Agra and Gwalior. Still, the hamlet of farmers and farm hands in Sewakapura live life without electricity for most part of the day and rarely show signs of urban influence, given that city life is just a stone’s throw away. And also, they have only most recently discovered - the smartphone.
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