Great shot! It's one of the great things about blogging, to be able to have a look at how people in other countries live. Thanks!
Good one! Your pix are great. Wish I could find a site like this about Delhi - since I'm a Dilliwalli myself! Just kidding. This is a lovely blog - love the shot of Crawford Market.
Love your shots, like this one of an ancient & worthy occupation!Aloha & Namaste
Another great shot...I like all the different lines. Thanks for another view into such an interesting part of the world.
Interesting view! Lots of activity in a non-moving fashion. Nice post!
I couldn't see the men until I enlarged the photo. Very interesting shot. We don't have many people who work with their hands that way anymore...unfortunately.
This is very creative, everything starts from scratch... hard work...
Are they doing this by the roadside? this is something not so easy to do, it may look easy but required some nimble fingers to do it.
c'est un beau métier a tisser, bonne idée de nous le presenter
Creative way to earn some cash..Thanks for sharing.
All my sympathy for them doing this for living.You are doing a great job by giving to us also this point of life, not only most beautiful part of it.This made at least think.
I like the weaved mats. They make for nice Indian alternatives to bulky sofas and beds and even curtains at times.
Must be hard to make earn living this way! Great shot.
Excellent post, Magiceye! Such hard work to make by hand.
Even mat weavers need to take a break in the heat of the day.
Interesting and a great shot. I had never thought about mats being woven by hand; a time consuming task I suspect.
Great shot!Your city has so different places, very interesting!Kind regardsLéia
it's amazing to see traditional artisans working away
I would love to see the finised product, thanks for the photo.
Great posts, ABC and My world.
I love these glimpses into your world .. the simplest acts offer insight into your culture .. and a lovely photo!
Actually see real handcrafted goods these days is unusual.
Is this craft done by only men or is it something done more by communities
I admore people who are so creative with their hands. Interesting post and picture.
I love the textures and lines in this.
How picturesque ! I like that !
It must be back-breaking work! Who can blame them for taking a break?It took me a while to see where they were hiding.
Another enjoyable photo. I love visiting Mumbai through your lens. Always so interesting. Thank you!
Another cool shot.
Interesting view about jobs in your country.
What a great photo! It would be neat to see them at work.. it looks like it must be an interesting process.