Trucking in the Himalayas
My book ‘Horn Please – Trucking in India’ is almost finished and we are scheduled to go to print in a couple of weeks. It’s been a year of extensive work and it was funny to see that some of the images that we all like the most were captured only in the last month or so. The layout design by Yogesh Gajwani looks amazing. Some of the images are spread over a whole double page and it is so lovely to see.
wait for the book in January. In the mean time, here are some new images. I hope you like them.
People load a truck with sand from a river bed on the way to Gangotri in the high Himalaya mountains
A truck driving through a forest road in the state of Uttarkand, in the upper Himalayas
Worshipers unload an idol of the Hindu goddess Saraswati from a truck during celebration of Durga Puja festival, some forty km from Delhi
An idol of the HIndu goddess Durga being transported on the back of a truck to the site of immersion during the Durga Puja festival, some forty km from Delhi
A decorated truck is featured in the Bollywood movie ‘Dil Bole Hadippa’ (2009, Yash Raj films) seen from the projection room of a cinema hall in Noida (UP). The movie projector is reflected in the glass window of the projection room.
A women catching a ride on a back of a loaded truck on the Delhi-Jaipur highway bids farewell to the setting sun.