Gujarat Trip - Part 4
Continuing my Gujarat trip posts, this is the 4th one. Below photographs are of a person who was standing at the Willingdon Crescent in Jamnagar. He seemed quite different from the normal public.
Our family had gathered at the Willingdon Crescent; my uncle has a medical shop there. When we were chatting, I saw a man and said, "A smoked off tree-trunk face is smoking beedi!" All looked back and saw this man smoking deep with his very hard tanned face. I found him very interesting for my photography passion. I asked him whether I can take his photograph. He said, "why not?"
The second photograph (more of a broader view) is such a typical Indian shot actually. If you look keenly, you will find that there's an auto-rickshaw on the right with a photograph inside, of Rani Mukherjee posing in tight pants and t-shirt.
Explanation for the unusual words and phrases…
Beedi: Indian Cigarette
Auto-rickshaw: A three-wheeled petrol-powered vehicle for 3 passengers except the driver in front.
Rani Mukherjee: A famous Indian film actress.
Gujarat Trip - Part 3
Gujarat Trip - Part 2
Gujarat Trip - Part 1