To service the loan that he left behind when he died, Binda had to take her son out of school and send him to Malaysia to find work so he could send the money back to his family. That money supply has dried up as her son has struggled to find work.
Binda lives in a hut on government-owned land. She earns a meagre living working on a farm but fortunately half of the wheat that she grows she can take home.
The fact that she is a Dalit and a widow means Binda and her family are automatically stigmatised.