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Rickshaw Ride

Out here in Sydney, we have a public transport initiative called Family Funday Sunday. Anyone with a child (s/he doesn’t even have to be your own kid) can travel on public transport throughout Sydney for just $2.50 for the entire Sunday. 570 more words

Alison Rodericks

Conversations with the veteran auto driver.

Disclaimer: None of the views or opinions in this post are mine.

The day before yesterday, my second eldest cousin sister on my maternal side of the family gave birth to a baby boy. 825 more words

Teen Life

Auto suggestion in Tamil Nadu (in Tamil, no subtitles)

An auto rickshaw ride from the CMFRI research centre at Mandapam camp, for ginger chai and samosa, near the railway station.



“If you cry because the sun has gone out of your life, your tears will prevent you from seeing the stars.” 
― Rabindranath Tagore

The names and numbers scrolled down. 752 more words


rain, like never before

I was born and brought up in a city where it rains cats and dogs every monsoon. Where monsoon is probably bigger than monsoon itself as it rains sometimes even in winter. 568 more words


Tales from New Delhi

I have returned from New Delhi with a newfound respect for my own ability to sweat. It was HOT and HUMID. I usually just let my hair air dry in the summer, but this strategy failed me in the Delhi summertime. 782 more words

The Autorickshaw Ride

Image courtesy – Wikipedia

For the uninitiated, a ride in an autorickshaw in India could end up being any one of the following things – playing a high-thrill video game with unexpected happenings, riding a roller-coaster, albeit slowly, or just a super-fun ride. 559 more words

Everyday Moments