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Wisconsin teens travel to India to teach power of photos

4:43 PM, Mar. 8, 2013
Payden Sra of University Lake School, Hartland shows a mahout ? elephant driver and caretaker ? what a camera can do during a 2012 trip to India.
Payden Sra of University Lake School, Hartland shows a mahout ? elephant driver and caretaker ? what a camera can do during a 2012 trip to India.
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Before this month ends, one dozen teens from Wisconsin will be at the foothills of the Himalayan Mountains, getting acquainted with at least 50 children who will gladly follow dirt paths two or more hours - one way, every day - to meet them.

Many will walk barefoot, from farms and hilltops, into Pragpur.

This village in the Kangra Valley of India is about 400 miles north of the opulent Taj Mahal. Visitors to the rural township come to buy shawls, quilts or jewelry after watching silversmiths and weavers at work in the town market. ...

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