A Break at the Park
Monday afternoon at a Delhi park.
The Trash Collector
Uncountable numbers of people make their living collecting, sorting, and selling what others throw in the trash (and street).
The Incense Seller
Devotees at the Mosque
Visitors to India's largest mosque -- Jama Masjid.
The Rickshaw Driver
Visiting Old Delhi (Chandni Chowk) via a cycle rickshaw, AKA a pedicab. The word "rickshaw" comes from the Japanese "jin ricki sha", which translates to "human power(ed) carriage".
The Drayman at Rest
Waiting for a load in his pedal-driven dray, in old Delhi.
The School Outing
The Potato Seller
The Spot Spot
Vendor of pigments used for decoration, such as the ubiquitous "bindi" -- that colored spot gracing the forehead of many Hindu women and men.
The Rug Merchants
The Broom Maker
Off screen were his selection of the ubiquitous hand brooms used to sweep ones home or spot in the street markets.
Yes, We Have Marigolds
Street vendor with marigolds especially for the country-wide "Diwali" festival of lights, one of India's biggest Hindu celebrations.
Visitors like us at Jaipur's Amber Fort and Palaces.
Getting the Jeep ready at the Ranthambore Tiger Preserve
Greeting the guests boarding Rajasthan's luxury "Palace on Wheels" -- a five-day journey through the "Land of the Maharajahs".
Eating her saffron rice while her mother sells jewelry to tourists at Rawai Jaisai's 1150AD fort in Jaisalmer.