I have not been very active the past month and the reason being I am on the road. Today I thought of bringing some interesting images from these roads in the rural India. The do’s and dont’s that we take for granted in the western world has little significance here.
Inspite of all the fancy car makers in the world vying for the Indian market , Cycle rickshaw is still the popular mode of transport in the villages. The cost-effective factor of this vehicle has made it popular among the Indian villages and thank god it does not add to the pollution woes.
These noisy polluting auto rickshaws are gaining popularity that run on fixed routes and on fixed fares. Amazing how around 10 to 15 people squeeze into these sometimes.
Getting their produce home or to the trader in the cheapest possible way determines the loading of these trucks and carts
It’s time to go home now, we have one road and we all share it amicably, no complaints whatsoever :-)
Whether it is their patience, their economic situation, their lawlessness or their ignorance, the different forms of transport in its varied hues only adds to the Indian rural charm.