From the beginning of the year 2020, we started using veils on our faces to protect ourselves from the deadly Coronavirus.
Locked down in our homes alone, we have become detached from the rest of the world.
The adults adapted to the unwanted situation, but children are bored, isolated and suffering under the hard reality.
I have observed the loneliness of my daughter. Anxious, she does not know what to do to get some relief.
Children feel mental pressure – no school, no playground or anywhere else to visit. They look for alternatives all around inside the house but consistently fail to find out any right way to make themselves busy or happy.
On the other hand, parents are anxious about the virus and the uncertainty over earning source. Uncertainty is all around and all these things have a greater impact on the mental development of the children.
Anindita Roy is a self-taught freelance photographer. She is a Fine Arts graduate from the University of Dhaka. Anindita likes to take all sorts of photographs but documentary photography is her kind of thing. She has achieved many national and international awards like Fiap Gold, Gold In Tifa, Winner in Julia Margaret Cameron HM in IPA etc.
More of her works can be seen here: www.royanindita.com