While someONE from the actual train looks at it

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

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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

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

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)

Lignum Draco

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

Ami Bhat

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

writenlive

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

un plan infinito

You live in the perfect country to take perfect photos!

Nimmi

Your photos tells a story… Awesome!! 🙂

Upen Reddy

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

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