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One Day At Nashik Railway Station : #PhotoEssay

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Railway stations are one such place, where you can see the cross section of a society. People from all walks of life would be present in such a small place on a busy day.

Let's see how was the Nashik Railway station on that day.

Safron was everywhere

Saffron was everywhere

As it was the time of the Kumbh mela, the prime colour in Nashik was Saffron.

There was this sitting saffron

There was this sitting saffron

And a walking safron

And a walking saffron

And a saffron with Trishul

And a saffron with Trishul

And a different kind of saffron : Working class saffron

And a different kind of saffron : Working class saffron

But there were other colours too.

A yellow fellow

A yellow fellow

A darker version of yellow fellow

A darker version of yellow fellow

Apart from the pilgrims, there were other people too.

An interesting pilgrim woman

An interesting pilgrim woman

A less fortunate kid

A less fortunate kid

And other happy playing kids

And other happy kids playing the train in the railway station!

While someONE from the actual train looks at it

While someONE from the actual train looks at it

But there were some people who were in their own world

But there were some people who were in their own world

While the police and sniffer dogs ensured everyone's safety

The police and sniffer dogs ensured everyone's safety

But some of them were discussing what the world was becoming

But some of them were thinking what the world was becoming

Railway station : A place where a diverse "ecosystem" coexists

This is a Railway station : A place where a diverse "ecosystem" coexists

This is what happened in Nashik Rly station that day and the people continued to flow

This was what happened in Nashik Rly station that day. And the people continued to flow

Written by : Trablogger
Trablogger aka Jithin is an Indian travel blogger who is obsessed with leading a travel life. When he is not traveling, photographing, writing or blogging, you can see him thinking about sustaining this travel life or helping someone to travel more.
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Fimnora Westcaw
4 years ago

Great photos! The many different people passing by. I so often wonder what a person's story is when I see them, sitting and thinking, or just passing by.

The (were they) police with the dogs, what were the dogs for? Or had they strayed onto the platform?

As always, love your journey through pictures! 🙂

backpackerlee
4 years ago

I have always been fascinated in Indian railway stations. They seem to be chaotic to the untrained eye, but the locals just get on with it without a care in the world! 😀 Definitely great places for people watching!

Maniparna Sengupta Majumder

The essence of an Indian railway station..so nicely captured... (y)

Maniparna Sengupta Majumder
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Yes..very much..:-D shopping et al... 😛

Lignum Draco
4 years ago

Nice documentary. Were you there to catch a train, or just to do photography?

Ami Bhat
4 years ago

Lovely pics. You have really captured the essence of the life at a railway station

writenlive
4 years ago

You have captured the pulsating life that IS a Railway Station. Wonderful pictures!

writenlive
4 years ago
Reply to  trablogger

Yes, true. One can spend hours just sitting and watching 🙂 And in your case, clicking...

writenlive
4 years ago
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So, how do people react to it? Are they eager to be clicked or do they feel it is an intrusion?

un plan infinito
4 years ago

You live in the perfect country to take perfect photos!

un plan infinito
4 years ago
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you're very lucky, I can not see images like this every day. India has a special color and people are also special. The best portraits 🙂

un plan infinito
4 years ago
Reply to  trablogger

I will come back! 🙂 It is one of my plans! NO DREAMS!! Indian guys always speak about dreams I prefer to make plans! 😉

un plan infinito
4 years ago
Reply to  trablogger

Do not make me much attention! I only speak from my experience 😉

un plan infinito
4 years ago
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Yes! In front of a chai or a beer 🙂

un plan infinito
4 years ago
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I know! But I didn't know if you drink beer ... I wanted to be polite! 😉 I love two (chai and beer) But I can never have a chai here, only tea or beer... 🙁

un plan infinito
4 years ago
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:O I love it!! Is there any sidra in India? My favourite sidra http://www.maelocway.com/es/home

un plan infinito
4 years ago
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I'll have to take it and do business in India 😉

un plan infinito
4 years ago
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I think the most important is to make it!! So have you got enought apples? :O

un plan infinito
4 years ago
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Beautiful place! I have to go!! 🙂

un plan infinito
4 years ago
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Yes of course. I live in an apple place too 🙂

un plan infinito
4 years ago
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It is a very hard work to get a visa last times 🙁

un plan infinito
4 years ago
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Nor is it easy for us to get the Indian visa.Too much bureaucracy 🙁 & nearly 100 €

un plan infinito
4 years ago

Jithin please,Don't forget to vote me! http://www.lan.com/destinosudamerica/concurso-2015/participante/eHwxNTE3OA%3D%3D/ I am bored! I need a new adventure 😉

un plan infinito
4 years ago
Reply to  trablogger

Dannyavaad! 😉

Nimmi
4 years ago

Your photos tells a story... Awesome!! 🙂

Nimmi
4 years ago
Reply to  trablogger

Hmm... Might be. However, your way of seeing the world is beautiful and that shows in your photos. 🙂

Nimmi
4 years ago
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I loved it. Thank you for sharing 🙂

Nimmi
4 years ago
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🙂

Upen Reddy
4 years ago

Hey Jithin, Time keeps ticking and your camera keeps clicking:)
Cheers!!

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