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Monday, May 26, 2014

Bus Passengers in India

Bus passengers in India have it more uncomfortable than those in developed countries. For one thing, buses are crowded and people have to stand. Also, no air conditioning in public buses. Only the young and the healthy can travel without a problem. This photograph was taken in Chennai

A young man staring out of a window of a public bus in Pune.

Two men sitting inside a bus, a private one in this case. One of the passengers is listening to music on his ipod. This bus ride is more comfortable. Reflection of the city sky scrapers in the glass.

This lady is certainly not comfortable! It's crowded and its hot. She is busy adjusting her dupatta to keep away the male gaze.

Passengers traveling in a not very crowded bus in Pune.

Passengers leaning out of a bus

You might also like Crowded and overflowing public transport or Pune Municipal Corporation Buses or Taxis and auto rickshaws crammed with people or Rickshaw passengers in India

Harried commuters waiting for a bus in Pune: Waiting at a bus stop in India or people lined up in a queue in Mumbai for a bus: Bus Stops in India 

or Accidents scenes - overturned and smashed vehicles photos or check all the pictures filed under the label Transport.

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