In the east coast of India there is a place where time in no object. Chilika Lake is a brackish water lagoon, the biggest in Asia. It is home for a vast number of species of fauna and flora, but most of all, the only responsible for providing a living for its uniquely kind and warm people.

Since hurricane Fani in May of 2019, this delicate balance has been shaken by the destruction of infrastructures, and openings to the sea that drain the lake, altering its salinity, afecting the availability of resources. Much work has been done localy by Government and NGO's since then, but its still far from sufficing the needs.

In a sort of oblived way from the rest of the world, its people carry on in a utopian land of water and palm trees, in a life rythm that  can make you wonder about your own.