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For my dissertation, I conducted several field experiments in rural India from January-April 2016. In doing so, I traveled extensively through the remote villages of Assam, the mountains of Meghalaya and the forests and tea gardens of the foothills of Himalaya in North Bengal. Here are some glimpses from my field research.

Welcomed by the mountains!

On my way to run experiments in a village in East Khasi Hills, Meghalaya

Explaining the rules of the experiment to Khasi women in Meghalaya

A Khasi woman signing the consent form to participate in the experiment

A Khasi woman participating in the experiment

One of the most serene and secluded villagesI went to run experiments-Umdiengpoh, Meghalaya

The beautiful Khasi children

Inside the experiment room

Outside with the participants

This is how the participants kept themselves warm

Which path will you choose? - at Arwah Caves, Cherrapunjee

Counting the number of participants for an experiment session in Assam

With the participants in Karbi Anglong, Assam

While the parents participated in the experiment, the children were doing this!

The gorgeous tea garden at the foothills of the Himalayas

Women belonging to a microfinance group in West Bengal

Participants gathering for an experiment session

With the participants in Dooars, West Bengal

And only 20 miles away from the above experiment location, we spotted Mr. Rhino! - at Jaldapara, West Bengal

The road less travelled!