The photographs in this book are part of a larger body of work on children around the World. The portraits of children in India tell many stories and the children's eyes are lenses to the personal and the universal. The photographs were taken in Mumbai and Delhi, in Agra where millions of tourists go to see the Taj Mahal, in Pathankot, at the foothills of the Himalayas, and in Dharamsala, the home of the Tibetan government in exile. While in Mumbai and Delhi I walked the streets and markets but was also invited into a number of schools. The pictures in Agra are away from the Taj in city neighborhoods. The two photographs in Pathankot were taken at the train station and finally, the children's portraits in Dharamsala are from the Tibetan Childrens Village, a school/orphanage for children in the Tibetan diaspora. Each child's face tells a million stories and they speak to our connections as human beings in the World.