That is to say that the beauty of many young South Asian men is so apparent and easily seen on the streets and other outdoor places of the countries concerned. Yet prudishness in every society, particularly their own, keeps this treasure if not hidden, then unacknowledged.
A casual observer walking the streets or through the villages of Sri Lanka, India, Bangladesh and other South Asian countries will often be drawn by the attractive image of a young man or worker performing some manual or service oriented task, bathing at a river or just passing by.
I am sure this would have been as much the case 100 years ago as it is today.
But where are the photo collections in books or online to display such images when the traveller, visitor or local residents themselves are emboldened enough to snap a photo? Laurent G., thankfully, is one to fill in this gap for us and he does so with both photographic and artistic expertise.
|An unselfconscious display of youth and masculinity.|
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Young Indian Wrestlers
takes your breath away