Morna Livingston

Thursday, July 25, 2002

Photographer Morna Livingston discusses the magnificent stepwells integral to western Indian communities as sites for drinking, washing, bathing, and sacred rituals for 500 years, and her book of photographs, Steps to Water: The Ancient Stepwells of India.

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