Picture 3/20 – Two natives on their routine jobs.
Hampi & it’s fact:
The ruins at Hampi were brought to light in 1800 by an engineer and antiquarian named Colonel Colin Mackenzie. An employee of the English East India Company, he prepared the first survey map of the site. Much of the initial information he received was based on the memories of priests of the Virupaksha temple and the shrine of Pampadevi.
How did I picture this:
Now right in front of the iconic Virupaksha temple there is a huge layout which is called Vittala Bazaar (Shopping Complex of Hampi), While traversing thru, I found these two happy souls conversing and a man helping the cyclist to upload the clump of Alma leaves. Just after the teaseful act of cyclist, I captured this moment. May be because of humongous flow of tourists and getting used to cameras, they were never distracted. ‘High Spirits’, I must say.
More with the next picture.