Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Travelling In Bus




This Photograph Is From A Village "Pali".See How The People Are Travelling In The Bus.The Bus Is Completely Crowded But Due To Non Avalibility Of Both Bus And Seats The Travellers Are Sitiing On The Roof Of The Bus.Moreover The Temperature Of The Village Is Never Less Than 45 Degrees In Summer.Really Hard To Live Such Life But Still They Are Managing It.Salute To The Brave People !!!!

40 comments:

Barbaloot said...

I think I might like to sit on the top...but just once to try it out and that's all:)

joo said...

Looks like hard journey - I wonder what is better, travelling inside or on the top considering temperature:)

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Joo This Is What Indian Real Life Is !!!!

bettyl said...

How wonderful that you share your country with us! You have some amazing photos here and I will be back to visit again.

Cezar and Léia said...

Hello Unseen!
wow I can't believe that! Difficult way to travel!
Congratulations, your blog is very cool and you show the Indian Real Life indeed!
Many thanks for your visit in our photo blog about USA trip.You are very kind.The active blog in this moment is about our kitty Luna ( www.weloveluna.blogspot.com), just in case you like "cats"and "pets", it is very cute! :-)
Kind Regards from Brazil
Léia

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Thankyou Betty,Cezar And leia ...Will Be Showing U The Real India...Stay IN Touch..

immersion said...

What a wonderful coincidence! Recently I have had the pleasure of sharing a meal with my new friend from India. She cooked a wonderful Buttered Chicken Curry, Roti, and Chaat. Yesterday I went in search of ingredients and will be making this meal soon for my family. I guess you could say I'm smitten now with Indian cooking, Indian culture, Indian art and more! I'm so glad you visited my blog. I look forward to viewing yours.

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Thanks Immersion For Your Lovely Comments !! Also If You Want To Know More About Rajasthan -India (Unseen)You Can Check Out My Website For More Detailed Information....www.unseenrajasthan.com

Ayie said...

That's a fully loaded bus!

Unseen Rajasthan said...

No Ayie This Is Only Half Filled !!! You Can See Some Spaces ..May Be Some Day I Will Show You The Real Crowded Bus !!!

Daryl said...

Great photo, interesting post .. and thank you for visiting mine!

Tinsie said...

These people aren't in the bus, they're on it! Amazing. If this bus is only half full, I'd like to see what a crowded bus looks like.

Janie said...

I hope the bus doesn't hit any hard bumps with all the people on top! Might be a little cooler on top, though.

Monica said...

I've been looking at some of your past posts and have really enjoyed looking at some of the most beautiful and ornate buildings. I love this little journey you took us on.

Thank you for stopping and visiting my blog. I certainly plan on stopping here more so I can take more virtual trips to Inda.

Keshi said...

Sounds similar to a hot summer bus-ride in Colombo :)

Keshi.

Unseen Rajasthan said...

THankyou Janie,Monica And Keshi For Your Wonderful Comments !!!
Tinsie I Will Be Going To The Village Soon And Will Try To Get The Bus Fully Loaded ...:)...

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Hey Tinsie !! Well I Got The Opportunity To Click The Photograph Of Fully Crowded Bus !! THis Is What The Real Crowd In Bus Is ..People Are Not Even Bothered For Their Life...But That;s Life !!

Jacob said...

Goodness, that bus looks like it's going to topple over. Does that ever happen?

Thanks for sharing...we don't often get pictures of what life is really like in India.

And thanks for stopping by The Villages Daily Photo and commenting. It's very much appreciated.

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Thanks Jacob!!People Are Sometimes Forced To Travel Like This ...This Is Common In Villages Of India ..

Alcy's Hobby Room said...

Quite scary to sit on top of a moving bus...I hope it doesn't move too fast!

Thanks for dropping by my blog & for your nice comment (on cloud). I like your blog, I shall be back!
=)

Vamsee said...

really nice captures. I love how you depict real way of life in India.

Keep up your good work

B Squared said...

Good grief. Do they all buy a ticket?

Ken Mac said...

all for one and one for all! incredible reporting.

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Yes Squared They All Have To Pay For Travelling This Ways Also.. This Is Because Resources Are Limited And Demand Is More...So The Owners Take Advantage Of It..Sad But True

m_m said...

It must be dangerous to travel on the roof of the bus. Great photos!

NatureStop said...

Thank you for stopping by, and your kind words.

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

wow, a true testament to humanity.

2sweetnsaxy said...

Wow. I'm surprised the bus doesn't topple over. That is so dangerous. I hope they never have an accident.

Bonnie Bonsai said...

This kind of life ..."survival of the fettish" is not alien to me. It's good to show the other side of the moon. Thanks for visiting my blog.

valeria said...

This is just incredible! I wonder if any people get injured... No tickets check on the roof, I guess?
Thank you for sharing this insight of real indian life!

Tiago Ralha said...

I'm wondering how they climb to the roof!!!

fufu said...

i would love to see this scene myself!!! cant wait to visit india >.< i would need you to show me around then =p lol

foongpc said...

OMG! The bus driver is allowed to take that many passengers? This is a normal scene there?

Marie Reed said...

I'm having such a wonderful time scrolling through your amazing images!

Pacey said...

Ooooppsss...looks like the bus is going to fall. I see similar scenes here. :)

Splendid Little Stars said...

amazing! In the first photo it looks as if the bus might topple over.

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Espresso said...

Amazing that this bus will not overturn! :)

Luxury Car Hire said...

I'm not sure, that bus can carry that load for a long journey.