An appeal to Lord Shiva in Hindi at the back of the truck. “Lord Shiva don’t forget me, don’t abandon my truck, don’t go far away.” By any chance do they mean Delhi to Chennai and not Cinniye? And after a long time I saw a colorful truck too.
I clicked this picture for the words in white on the green strip. I have not seen these on a truck before, “No Whisky, No War, Only Payar” (payar means love in Hindi and Whiskey is what they mean). How is that for a truckers philosophy? If you look closely you would notice that the … Read more
Bus with a Colorful Load These pictures are the haul for the day. On the dusty highway I suddenly spotted these colorful balloons tied to the back of the bus. I reached out for my camera. I mean it is a much better site that watching people sitting on the top of the bus. Fir … Read more
Blurred Picture It was around 6.45 in the evening yesterday and I was almost at the end of my evening commute. There is a roundabout where I invariably get a traffic jam and this Friday was no different. I was really sitting in my car quite bored till I saw the truck ahead of me. … Read more
Truck quotes is what I see most of these days when I travel, so that is what I end up sharing. Truck Art, Gurgaon, India This truck caught my eye because of the quote in Hindi saying, “Dekh Thakur ke That.” I can once again try and kill it in translation. Would it come off … Read more
A Lion for you, Truck Art, Gurgaon, India Wish I had the point and shoot with me today, the mobile pictures are quite hazy.
Colorful Truck Art You can’t blame me for posting these, I can only post what I see most! And you have to admit this one was quite colorful. Of course this time we have ‘blow horn’ and not ‘horn please.
Truck Art and Of Course Horn Please Once Again
Rains at Gurgaon I was coming back from work and it was around 6.10 pm, time when there is wide day light on a normal day. It had started raining when I left and it kept on getting dark. Soon it was so dark that all the vehicles started switching on the lights. And after … Read more
More OK Tata on the Trucks, Gurgaon More OK Tata just above the wheels in the middle of the truck! Same cow and the calf theme! Yet to find one that doesn’t believe in ‘horn please.’ This one has an additional line ‘fir milenge’ which is ‘we will meet again’.