Have a haircut on the street, in front of Samar & Sons, purveyors of toilet cisterns and bathroom fittings. I really like the way the barber has hung all his kit from the electricity cables around the door. The pink colour is sickly, but how about the column on the right? A Corinthian capital, perhaps?
What a great address – Badshah Shocker, 736 Motor Market, Delhi. Moinuddin Firozuddin’s Aladdin’s cave of shock absorption. There has got to be a door there somewhere.
Here is your friendly newsagents, with the papers displayed on the doorstep. Don’t let the puce colour put you off, check out the fanlight design above the door. This door has a pair of Ionic columns. Security must be tight, with three padlocks. Today’s newspaper is lodged in the chain of the middle lock. I think the man reading the paper is actually the vendor.
What a lintel! The door could do with being cleaned and given a lick of paint, of course. Another three locker. With three bundles of laundry on the doorstep, too.
I don’t for a minute think that these two men are sitting on a hoard of silver and gold ornaments. The duck-egg blue door is in urgent need of attention.