The chapters are precise and to the point and the language is simple. In total the book has 36 pages and 26 chapters. I would recommend you to read this book if you wish to be briefly acquainted with interesting trivia of South India.
All for Rs. 5, the surmawalas of Kolkata are keeping alive good faith and spreading happiness, one customer at a time!
I take this opportunity to slightly digress from my daily chronicles of hawkers and street vendors, and highlight one of the dying professions of the city. Meet the bhishti in my Blog K.
Right under the tree on which hangs a hoarding displaying details of his venture, he brings the art alive with his ink of love.
Amidst the Hoichoi at Kolkata's Gariahat Market, Gopal's stall is a riot of colours and beautiful Shantiniketan wares!
Monday mornings can be daunting, but not for Proloy, know in my Blog G about his little shop selling beautiful artifacts!
Dainty yes but they're also fierce. Fierce in all their endeavours! Meet the flower sellers of India's largest flower market.
Mohammed seemed to draw inspiration from his scarves. Soaking in everyday a colour at a time, akin to his scarves. Some days were blue and lazy, others were fiery red, even a mundane green for vibrancy.