Young tibetans at the Rangzen Cafe, Majnu Ka Tilla, New Delhi, India, Jan. 2017. Rangzen is a place, where people with low income would get a wholesome but cheap meal three times a day for little cost. The founder of Rangzen is a former member of the Tibetan Youth Congress. He is eager to help those with a more difficult background, which often wouldn´t be able to pay study fees or rent. Therefore he doesn´t make profit with Rangzen Cafe. They can serve between 60-70 people but (...) said that recently more people would come to the cafe, even those who could afford to eat at a more expensive restaurant. The place has a small kitchen where his wife and mother helps, as well as people that volunteer. It has some tables outside with a view over the banks of the river Yamuna. Photo: Christoph Kellner. No reproduction without prior permission. Restrictions: This photo may not be cropped, trimmed, modified or retouched in reproduction.