Thanks for looking, Nischaya.Lovely storytelling doc. I had been to that nai sarak, couple of times to buy some old books. The prices weren't as great as what was fabled.
I recollect my tryst with CC once where a friend of mine was duped while he bought a calculator. It happened in a matter of minutes. He was having a look at a small calculator and all of a sudden was surrounded by four goons who forced him to buy that piece of trash for 100 Rs.
You are right about the prices at NS. Once upon a time they were always south of the more happening locales. Not any longer.
And 'fleecers' are always round the corner, waiting to make a quick buck.
Thanks Koshy sir.Doc Pushpinder, Awesome vignettes from Old Delhi. As AnupJi said, the filth and jostling crowds do repel, but Old Delhi is still charming to me. Any time of the day, it is a photographer's dream come true. You have captured some very typical scenes of my favourite city!
Love photographing there.
The vendors and the like are so tuned to photogs that it is easy to shoot them. No one creates a brouhaha.