People sleeping, day and night, alone or in groups, are an integral part of the Indian landscape. Some find it perfectly normal to sleep in what we would consider rather unusual places. Of course there are people who have no other choice than to sleep in the streets. On the other hand, I have seen many people unfolding a piece of cardboard, a newspaper or fabric just to take a nap in train stations, mosques, temples, parks, side walks, etc. Vendors next to their street stalls, travelers in stations, Muslim and Sikh devotees in mosques or temples, Hindu priests and Sadhus, businessmen, ... everyone sleeps at one moment or another. I made an extensive story on people sleeping seen from a normal point of view. At the end of that work I chose to adopt a birds-eye point of view which eliminates the environment offering more of a portrait feel and illustrating various Indian social classes.