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India's Bachelor Village - 12 Oct 2011 
India's Bachelor Village - 12 Oct 2011 
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October 12, 2011 
A group of mostly unmarried men pose for a photograph in the remote village of Siyani, about 140km (86... 
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A group of mostly unmarried men pose for a photograph in the remote village of Siyani 
A group of mostly unmarried men pose for a photograph in the remote village of Siyani, about 140km (86 miles) west of Gujarat's capital Ahmedabad, October 5, 2011. Siyani is typical of many Indian villages and may be an indicator of things to come as India's male to female ratio declines. The village has some 350 unmarried men over the age of 35 - and hundreds more under 35 - because there aren't enough women to marry. Many women have also left to look elsewhere for grooms with more money and better prospects. Census data released earlier this year revealed there are 914 girls for every 1,000 boys born - a sharp fall since 2001 when the ratio was 933 girls for every 1000 boys. Picture taken on October 5, 2011. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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October 12, 2011 
Unmarried men sleep on a shared bed in the remote village of Siyani, where they also live and work in,... 
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Unmarried men sleep on a shared bed in the remote village of Siyani 
Unmarried men sleep on a shared bed in the remote village of Siyani, where they also live and work in, about 140km (86 miles) west of Gujarat's capital Ahmedabad, October 5, 2011. Siyani is typical of many Indian villages and may be an indicator of things to come as India's male to female ratio declines. The village has some 350 unmarried men over the age of 35 - and hundreds more under 35 - because there aren't enough women to marry. Many women have also left to look elsewhere for grooms with more money and better prospects. Census data released earlier this year revealed there are 914 girls for every 1,000 boys born - a sharp fall since 2001 when the ratio was 933 girls for every 1000 boys. Picture taken on October 5, 2011. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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October 12, 2011 
Unmarried men eat their lunch in the remote village of Siyani, where they also live and work in, about... 
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Unmarried men eat their lunch in the remote village of Siyani 
Unmarried men eat their lunch in the remote village of Siyani, where they also live and work in, about 140km (86 miles) west of Gujarat's capital Ahmedabad, October 5, 2011. Siyani is typical of many Indian villages and may be an indicator of things to come as India's male to female ratio declines. The village has some 350 unmarried men over the age of 35 - and hundreds more under 35 - because there aren't enough women to marry. Many women have also left to look elsewhere for grooms with more money and better prospects. Census data released earlier this year revealed there are 914 girls for every 1,000 boys born - a sharp fall since 2001 when the ratio was 933 girls for every 1000 boys. Picture taken on October 5, 2011. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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October 12, 2011 
Unmarried men eat lunch together in the remote village of Siyani, where they also live and work in, about... 
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Unmarried men eat lunch together in the remote village of Siyani 
Unmarried men eat lunch together in the remote village of Siyani, where they also live and work in, about 140km (86 miles) west of Gujarat's capital Ahmedabad October 5, 2011. Siyani is typical of many Indian villages and may be an indicator of things to come as India's male to female ratio declines. The village has some 350 unmarried men over the age of 35 - and hundreds more under 35 - because there aren't enough women to marry. Many women have also left to look elsewhere for grooms with more money and better prospects. Census data released earlier this year revealed there are 914 girls for every 1,000 boys born - a sharp fall since 2001 when the ratio was 933 girls for every 1000 boys. Picture taken on October 5, 2011. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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October 12, 2011 
An unmarried man eats his lunch in the remote village of Siyani, where they also live and work in, about... 
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An unmarried man eats his lunch in the remote village of Siyani 
An unmarried man eats his lunch in the remote village of Siyani, where they also live and work in, about 140km (86 miles) west of Gujarat's capital Ahmedabad, October 5, 2011. Siyani is typical of many Indian villages and may be an indicator of things to come as India's male to female ratio declines. The village has some 350 unmarried men over the age of 35 - and hundreds more under 35 - because there aren't enough women to marry. Many women have also left to look elsewhere for grooms with more money and better prospects. Census data released earlier this year revealed there are 914 girls for every 1,000 boys born - a sharp fall since 2001 when the ratio was 933 girls for every 1000 boys. Picture taken on October 5, 2011. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
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October 12, 2011 
Unmarried men eat their lunch in the remote village of Siyani, where they also live and work in, about... 
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Unmarried men eat their lunch in the remote village of Siyani 
Unmarried men eat their lunch in the remote village of Siyani, where they also live and work in, about 140km (86 miles) west of Gujarat's capital Ahmedabad, October 5, 2011. Siyani is typical of many Indian villages and may be an indicator of things to come as India's male to female ratio declines. The village has some 350 unmarried men over the age of 35 - and hundreds more under 35 - because there aren't enough women to marry. Many women have also left to look elsewhere for grooms with more money and better prospects. Census data released earlier this year revealed there are 914 girls for every 1,000 boys born - a sharp fall since 2001 when the ratio was 933 girls for every 1000 boys. Picture taken on October 5, 2011. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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October 12, 2011 
An unmarried man chops onions before cooking lunch for a group of men living and working in the remote... 
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An unmarried man chops onions before cooking lunch for a group of men living and working in the remote... 
An unmarried man chops onions before cooking lunch for a group of men living and working in the remote village of Siyani, about 140km (86 miles) west of Gujarat's capital Ahmedabad, October 5, 2011. Siyani is typical of many Indian villages and may be an indicator of things to come as India's male to female ratio declines. The village has some 350 unmarried men over the age of 35 - and hundreds more under 35 - because there aren't enough women to marry. Many women have also left to look elsewhere for grooms with more money and better prospects. Census data released earlier this year revealed there are 914 girls for every 1,000 boys born - a sharp fall since 2001 when the ratio was 933 girls for every 1000 boys. Picture taken on October 5, 2011. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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October 12, 2011 
Unmarried men eat lunch together in the remote village of Siyani, where they also live and work in, about... 
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Unmarried men eat lunch together in the remote village of Siyani, where they also live and work in 
Unmarried men eat lunch together in the remote village of Siyani, where they also live and work in, about 140km (86 miles) west of Gujarat's capital Ahmedabad October 5, 2011. Siyani is typical of many Indian villages and may be an indicator of things to come as India's male to female ratio declines. The village has some 350 unmarried men over the age of 35 - and hundreds more under 35 - because there aren't enough women to marry. Many women have also left to look elsewhere for grooms with more money and better prospects. Census data released earlier this year revealed there are 914 girls for every 1,000 boys born - a sharp fall since 2001 when the ratio was 933 girls for every 1000 boys. Picture taken on October 5, 2011. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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October 12, 2011 
An unmarried man sweeps the floor after serving lunch to a group of men living and working in the remote... 
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An unmarried man sweeps the floor after serving lunch to a group of men living and working in the remote... 
An unmarried man sweeps the floor after serving lunch to a group of men living and working in the remote village of Siyani, about 140km (86 miles) west of Gujarat's capital Ahmedabad, October 5, 2011. Siyani is typical of many Indian villages and may be an indicator of things to come as India's male to female ratio declines. The village has some 350 unmarried men over the age of 35 - and hundreds more under 35 - because there aren't enough women to marry. Many women have also left to look elsewhere for grooms with more money and better prospects. Census data released earlier this year revealed there are 914 girls for every 1,000 boys born - a sharp fall since 2001 when the ratio was 933 girls for every 1000 boys. Picture taken on October 5, 2011. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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October 12, 2011 
Unmarried men eat lunch together in the remote village of Siyani, where they also live and work in, about... 
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Unmarried men eat lunch together in the remote village of Siyani, where they also live and work in 
Unmarried men eat lunch together in the remote village of Siyani, where they also live and work in, about 140km (86 miles) west of Gujarat's capital Ahmedabad October 5, 2011. Siyani is typical of many Indian villages and may be an indicator of things to come as India's male to female ratio declines. The village has some 350 unmarried men over the age of 35 - and hundreds more under 35 - because there aren't enough women to marry. Many women have also left to look elsewhere for grooms with more money and better prospects. Census data released earlier this year revealed there are 914 girls for every 1,000 boys born - a sharp fall since 2001 when the ratio was 933 girls for every 1000 boys. Picture taken on October 5, 2011. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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October 12, 2011 
Two unmarried men lay out a bed sheet in their room in the remote village of Siyani, where they also... 
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Two unmarried men lay out a bed sheet in their room in the remote village of Siyani 
Two unmarried men lay out a bed sheet in their room in the remote village of Siyani, where they also live and work in, about 140km (86 miles) west of Gujarat's capital Ahmedabad, October 5, 2011. Siyani is typical of many Indian villages and may be an indicator of things to come as India's male to female ratio declines. The village has some 350 unmarried men over the age of 35 - and hundreds more under 35 - because there aren't enough women to marry. Many women have also left to look elsewhere for grooms with more money and better prospects. Census data released earlier this year revealed there are 914 girls for every 1,000 boys born - a sharp fall since 2001 when the ratio was 933 girls for every 1000 boys. Picture taken on October 5, 2011. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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October 12, 2011 
Unmarried men sleep next to each other in a shared accommodation in the remote village of Siyani, where... 
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Unmarried men sleep next to each other in a shared accommodation in the remote village of Siyani 
Unmarried men sleep next to each other in a shared accommodation in the remote village of Siyani, where they also live and work in, about 140km (86 miles) west of Gujarat's capital Ahmedabad, October 5, 2011. Siyani is typical of many Indian villages and may be an indicator of things to come as India's male to female ratio declines. The village has some 350 unmarried men over the age of 35 - and hundreds more under 35 - because there aren't enough women to marry. Many women have also left to look elsewhere for grooms with more money and better prospects. Census data released earlier this year revealed there are 914 girls for every 1,000 boys born - a sharp fall since 2001 when the ratio was 933 girls for every 1000 boys. Picture taken on October 5, 2011. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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October 12, 2011 
Unmarried men stand in a group as they watch women dance during the Dussehra festival in the remote village... 
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Unmarried men stand in a group as they watch women dance during the Dussehra festival in the remote village... 
Unmarried men stand in a group as they watch women dance during the Dussehra festival in the remote village of Siyani, where they also live and work in, about 140km (86 miles) west of Gujarat's capital Ahmedabad, October 4, 2011. Siyani is typical of many Indian villages and may be an indicator of things to come as India's male to female ratio declines. The village has some 350 unmarried men over the age of 35 - and hundreds more under 35 - because there aren't enough women to marry. Many women have also left to look elsewhere for grooms with more money and better prospects. Census data released earlier this year revealed there are 914 girls for every 1,000 boys born - a sharp fall since 2001 when the ratio was 933 girls for every 1000 boys. Picture taken on October 4, 2011. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
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October 12, 2011 
A man looks on as a girl carrying a metal pot on her head dances during the Dussehra festival in the... 
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A man looks on as a girl carrying a metal pot on her head dances during the Dussehra festival in the... 
A man looks on as a girl carrying a metal pot on her head dances during the Dussehra festival in the remote village of Siyani, about 140km (86 miles) west of Gujarat's capital Ahmedabad, October 4, 2011. Siyani is typical of many Indian villages and may be an indicator of things to come as India's male to female ratio declines. The village has some 350 unmarried men over the age of 35 - and hundreds more under 35 - because there aren't enough women to marry. Many women have also left to look elsewhere for grooms with more money and better prospects. Census data released earlier this year revealed there are 914 girls for every 1,000 boys born - a sharp fall since 2001 when the ratio was 933 girls for every 1000 boys. Picture taken on October 4, 2011. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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October 12, 2011 
A group of mostly unmarried men pose for a photograph in the remote village of Siyani, about 140km (86... 
SIYANI, India 
A group of mostly unmarried men pose for a photograph in the remote village of Siyani 
A group of mostly unmarried men pose for a photograph in the remote village of Siyani, about 140km (86 miles) west of Gujarat's capital Ahmedabad, October 5, 2011. Siyani is typical of many Indian villages and may be an indicator of things to come as India's male to female ratio declines. The village has some 350 unmarried men over the age of 35 - and hundreds more under 35 - because there aren't enough women to marry. Many women have also left to look elsewhere for grooms with more money and better prospects. Census data released earlier this year revealed there are 914 girls for every 1,000 boys born - a sharp fall since 2001 when the ratio was 933 girls for every 1000 boys. Picture taken on October 5, 2011. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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