The Rickshaw blog made it to the March edition of Spider (Pakistan's Internet magazine)

This blog collects the poetry, phrases, expressions, and words found on the back of Rickshaws.

The Rickshaws (auto-rickshaws, cycle rickshaws, jinrikshaws), minibuses, trucks and other commercial vehicles of South Asia are moving works of art. Much has been made of the colorful paint jobs they sport. The poetry that decorates them has often been collected. But the inscriptions on the back of Rickshaws are also an expression of the uncensored id of South Asia.

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Rickshaw Blog @ Yahoo! Groups
Owais Mughal's Paper on Rickshaws
Wikipedia entry on Auto Rickshaw
Wikipedia entry on Rickshaw
Books at Amazon on "The Grand Trunk Road"
Books at Barnes and Noble on "The Grand Trunk Road"


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~ Saturday, November 06, 2004
 
In Punjabi, from Lahore:
Jinnay apni maa noo sataya
Onay saree umar ricksha hee chalaya

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