Here’s another one. When translated into English it would mean something like this, “Be patient, for there is no companion in the grave”. It sort of tells the vehicles following this truck to drive carefully for the grave is a lonely place. Only that when read in Urdu it rhymes and sounds witty. 🙂Read More Road Poetry II
My friend Raza sent me this pic quite a while back. It amply shows the emotions this truck driver has. The couplet when translated comes to something like this, “life with thy lover, death with faith”. The guy wants to have the best of both worlds. He wants his beloved in this life and God’s […]Read More Road Poetry I
Saw this promotional sticker inside a rickshaw and could stop myself from clicking the camera on it. It’s an Ad of a Peer who also has a website. Pretty hi Tech I say.. lol. See the pic… 🙂Read More Hi-Tech Peer
It was late evening. I wanted to go to Saddar. My car was at the workshop. I waived, the rickshaw stopped and I hopped in. When it stopped at the red light light from street lamp seeped in and it was then that I realized the rickshaw seats were covered with green leather. A closer […]Read More Rickshaw with Pakistan Railways seat covers.
I went to a public washroom yesterday in Dean’s plaza. The wall was adorned with phone numbers of pimps, gays and hookers. That’s quite unbelievable for me at least. I mean this is Peshawar. On one hand there is the Taliban threat and a very very conservative society and on the other hand is this […]Read More Washroom graffiti