Photographer's Note

Everyday at around 4 PM I visit a tea vendor in the nearby market. This is a photo through the wheels of his mobile shop as I happened to take my camera with me one day.

On the other side we can see a man sitting in his mid sized car -- may be waiting for his wife to return from shopping.

Mobile shops like this one are quite common in India and Other south Asian countries.

In local language they are called "Thela".

It is interesting to note that India is the second most populated country and a huge segment of population is poor. India infact has the maximum number of people in this world who have a per capita income of less than one dollar a day.

Also, Indians have a lot of entrepreneurial skills. In the event of lack of employment opportunities a lot of poor people get such mobile shops and start a petty business.

The difference between the rich and poor is quite remarkable in India.

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