Mural of one of the greatest sportsman world has ever seen, the only man who can put a halt to entire India, the god of cricket, Sachin Tendulkar.
Some days ago I lent a fancy artificial bracelet to our servant (as they are called/sometimes treated as in India) or our maid (as I prefer to call them) (who happens to be very poor, separated, young and earning her way) and then later let her keep it (without any obligatory expectations). She returned the favor a week later by bringing me this necklace and bracelet made of artificial cheap pearls strung together with a tight cotton string. What was heart warming about this whole event is the bigness of her heart, where even though she can't afford much, she felt a certain affection towards me that no money can buy.
An ecologically friendly Camel-cart transporting construction material locally. Camel carts are very common in Ahmedabad, maybe due to proximity to the desert.
We had a little company today from the ape world. They keep visiting when they are hungry or feeling playful, which is often.
I repeatedly kept reading this as Menstrual room and couldn't believe my eyes initially. In case of Men, I guess it must be Menstrial :)
Sometimes there is a cot instead of a car in the parking lot :)
In case you were wondering whether your Aadhar card applications were being taken care of properly...they indeed are.
India's Pans/ Gutkas are worth dying for but they always came at the cost of gross red spits all over the city, public places, homes, doorsteps, public buildings, elevators, etc by pan-addicts. While these may appear funny to an outsider who isn't familiar with it's spitting process, I bet every Indian appreciates the much needed No-Spitting boards!!
Hardworking traffic police are rare to come by. So we appreciate every single one of them!
Unique traffic symbols that need to be memorized for safe driving
There are 200,000 unorganized workers in India. Let us not forget...it is thanks to them, the lives of the rest of us are comfortable. My blogpost on Invisible Cook.
Sitting in the high rise buildings, I had forgotten what difficulty was, Until one fine day lightening struck and, I was forced to look out, Ignorant of the slums & all this penury around, With eyes opened for the first time, I saw the shanty homes and realized, Whose lives were really at stake. - Chandni Construction worker families living in temporary slums next to the building they are constructing.