the hustle and bustle of jaipur
it’s so great to be back in jaipur. i feel really at home and connected here. such a bustling city full of life and tradition. one thing that jaipur is very good at (it’s a heritage city, you know) is maintaining its past while finding its future.
to see our post on the most recent dirt floors and stone walls work with the schools, please visit www.dirtfloorsandstonewalls.wordpress.com. thank you!
this rickshaw driver was literally crazy. certifiable. he was sideswiping other rickshaws on purpose! he had a good laugh.
just for guys fixing stuff in a ditch.
this family lives above the restaurant that they work at.
not who you would imagine selling toys. but he seems to be good at what he does.
folding folding folding folding folding
don’t worry. if the gas station catches on fire they have a bucket of dirt and two extinguishers.
walking past amber fort on the way home from school.
badass women carrying baskets of stones on their heads all day.
the alley that leads to the school in darbar, jaipur. to see the full series of pictures please visit www.dirtfloorsandstonewalls.wordpress.com. we are working to improve indian schools one at a time.
showering is not a private affair in india.
puja to ganesh.
“one photo! one photo! sir please to be taking one photo!”
waiting for work to commence.
can’t be in jaipur without seeing a camel or two.
….not to mention elephants.
indian police doing what they do best.
a typical sight. a young mother with one baby on her hip and one in tow.
the brightest clothing i’ve so far in india.