As the cliché goes, Cuba is known for its vintage cars, mojitos and cigars, but NDTV spent 4 days in Havana to get a sense of what the quality of life is for ordinary Cubans 50 years after the revolution.
In 2008, the ailing Fidel Castro handed over the presidency to his younger brother and fellow-revolutionary leader, Raul. Since officially taking over, the younger Castro has carried out blunt assessments of Cuba's condition and pushed for economic reforms. Let's take a look inside Castro's Cuba. (Photo courtesy: Sarah Jacob & Melody Weinstein)