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On The Move with Mishra Ji, Taxi Driver, Mumbai

“Hum to Mishra hain. Hari Shankar Mishra. Zada tar log hme Pandit Ji keh kr bulate hain. Kisi ne ek baar naam bula diya… 518 more words

The Memoir Project


Everything changes.
Including plans.
We were to do the ‘travel coordinator- planned’ tour of Old Delhi which looked like this:

*Old Delhi Rickshaw Tour – Customized… 1,440 more words

Dumb Drunk & Racist

Welcome, namaste, don't go outside alone; Delhi metro, auto-rickshaws and my first night in India.

Having acquired a few small notes in currency in the airport, I follow the surprisingly useful yellow signs from the exit at Indira Gandhi Airport to the metro line. 1,439 more words


Trip to India 2016 (2) - Mumbai

I took these in the new terminal at Mumbai Airport. Superb pieces of art.

There was a wedding taking place in the hotel, and I decided to crash and take a few pictures. 7 more words


Hard Work - a photographic essay

Poor people in India work hard. Manual labour is cheap. Here are some photographs of men carrying loads on their heads, pushing and pulling handcarts, straining to pedal their human and inanimate loads. 196 more words



Rickshawalas have been creating havoc in our lives from quite some time now. “No”, seems to be their favourite word. And going on strike is like their favourite pastime. 618 more words

Travel Woes...

A motorized variant of the cycle rickshaw is a popular fixture in many Southeast Asian countries. It’s called auto rickshaw in India, rickshaw in Pakistan, Bajay or Bajaj in Jakarta,  three-wheeler or tuktuk in Sri Lanka, samosa, tempo, tuk-tuk in Thailand, trishaw, autorick, bajaji in Madagascar and Tanzania, keke Napep or Maruwa in Nigeria, rick, tricycle in the Philippines, mototaxi, baby taxi, lapa or tukxi in Piaggio Ape Calessino. 71 more words