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Photographer Charla Jones follows kiosk owner Ayodha Prasad Verma through a day of sales

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Ayodha Prasad Verma puts styling gel in the hair of youngest child Kuldeep, 6, at their home in Delhi before taking his three children to school. He gets up at 5 a.m. every morning.

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After dropping his children off to school, Mr. Verma drives his scooter to a flower market in Delhi.

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Mr. Verma buys fresh flowers at a flower market to sell at his stall.

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During the day, Ayodha Prasad Verma cuts and prepares flowers for a constant rush of customers.

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At 10 p.m., Mr. Verma begins to close his stall. The remaining flowers will be put under a tarp in hopes of being sold the following day. It takes Ayodha and his assistant about 30 minutess to close. He'll be home by 11 p.m.

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