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50 year old Jhirga Tana Bhagat, drives home a point during a discussion in class on 11th of April 2009. Bhagat is the a political representative of a landless adivasi community and has been coming to the school to further learn how to deal with politicians. He travels one and a half hours to school by rickshaw twice a month. Netagiri Vidyalaya, founded in 2001, provides classes to students between the ages of 22 to 70 every Saturday, for 2 hours, in Ranchi, the capital of the eastern Indian state of Jharkhand.  Photo by Suzanne Lee for The National