The demolition got so forceful, that towards the end people had to carry their household possessions and tents on the main road. The boy sleeping on his possessions, exhausted by the shift and nowhere to go.

A girl, awaiting her parents who are busy saving their meager possessions and very often not knowing where to go.

This scene describes the overall state of helplessness for most families, here a child sleeps, with her head on her mother's lap, surrounded by their meager worldly possessions.

From the book "Yamuna Gently Weeps" by Ruzbeh N. Bharucha