Bamyan province in central Afghanistan is home to two, sixth-century Buddhas statues which the Taliban destroyed in March 2001.
People of Bamyan who mostly work in agriculture, are poor and many of them still live in caves, near the statues of the Buddhas. The cave dwellers who do not have access to running water, electricity and sanitation, say they can’t afford to live in a house.
Jafar Rahimi, an Afghan photographer who documented the lives of these cave dwellers in a photo collection, has provided these pictures to Rukhshana Media.
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