An Indian employee of Jordan's Classic Fashion Apparel Industry Ltd. Co. waits to perform a traditional dance during the an annual celebration of Onam, a southern Indian harvest holiday.
A man lifts a thick rope from the ground before a tug-of-war round.
The largest garment manufacturer in Jordan, Classic produces clothing for brands like Under Armour and Champion inside an industrial complex near the northern city of Irbid.
Almost 70,000 migrant workers from Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Nepal and Myanmar come to Jordan to work for Classic and other clothing factories spread across the country.
A worker prepares for a new round of tug-of-war, one of the Onam festival's activities.
A team leader yells encouragements to tug-of-war participants.
Festivities included traditional dances from workers' native countries, including India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Nepal.
An Indian drummer prepares to go on stage.
A Nepalese worker looks out from the meeting hall as people gather between Onam activities.
Indian workers perform a traditional drumming piece during the an evening showcase traditional dances and songs from migrants' home countries.
Sri Lankan workers perform a traditional dance.
An Indian employee takes the stage.
An Indian performer looks on from backstage.
Audience members film performances from fellow garment workers.
Indian performers prepare to go on stage.
A Nepalese worker looks out from backstage.
A Nepalese worker practices his routine backstage.