Faces of India – 239

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27 Responses

  1. sylviakirk says:

    You do share with us the most wonderful and amazing people, Indrani!! I always look forward to these posts!! Wish I could find a “shop” like his here in Oregon!! Thank you!! I hope you have a great weekend!! Enjoy!!

  2. Amazing story with picture

  3. Bob says:

    Well placed, all those veges, I do hope he sold a lot. But, if he does, it would kind of mess up the dispay.

  4. eileen says:

    Hello Indrani, great shot of the street vendor. It must be a great shop with loyal customers. Have a happy weekend!

  5. Nice pick Indrani.The arrangement of veggies is no less than a work of art.

  6. Jeevan says:

    Wow! Amazing how long standing the shop was and too for that space of 5-5! Obviously his arrangement of vegetables was pretty neat and attracts to buy.

    Thanks for sharing

  7. DeniseinVA says:

    Carrying on the family business is a very honorable profession. Wonderful photo Indrani.

  8. Bibi says:

    I saw so many vegetables and fruit stacked in such creative (and space-saving) ways when I was in India. I really like your Faces of India.

  9. Gunilla says:

    Great portrait! I love all the veggies behind him.

  10. Beautiful composition, Indrani!

  11. Yogi saraswat says:

    It is 35 years old !! it shows that his behavior to his customers is friendly !!

  12. Afshan says:

    Interesting πŸ™‚
    I too love that vertical arrangement

  13. TexWisGirl says:

    i noticed his tightly stacked produce right away! nice portrait and a wonderful family business!

  14. thomas says:

    unique and colorful face of India

  15. There is so much of ingenuity in small places. wonderful that you are able to look for motivation ^inspiration everywhere..

  16. An Expertise Unique by itself passed on from father to son.. The right Click of the times!

  17. Kishor Kr says:

    It is evident in the picture how he has arranged the veggies. Nice job. Of course, when a business appears neat and tidy customers are automatically attracted. Small or large, management always matters. Nice capture too. I see you have eyes for finding the gems.

  18. magiceye says:

    True enterprise!!

  19. Sabziwala artist…amazing capture!

  20. I enjoy this series on your blog so much.
    It was great to know about this vegetable seller. Wonderful capture πŸ™‚

  21. Bhavani says:

    Very fresh and assorted vegetables!!! And a good history!!

  22. Hema says:

    That there is some fantastic stacking! I wonder how much work it takes to do this every day!

  23. Rajlakshmi says:

    wow now that’s really innovative way to stack vegetables.

  24. It looks so beautiful! Kitni mehnat ki hogi na! Spending a lot of time in arranging a pattern, which he knows -or rather hopes – that will be destroyed. Because, unless it is disarranged, he won’t earn.

    What a lovely pic!

  25. Maniparna Sengupta Majumder says:

    A hardworking face! Running a business for 35 years is no little feat!

  26. Such a wise expression captured in his face. Love this series on your blog. πŸ™‚