They must have told you that -
they don't have a choice.
My home was in the outer,silent zone of the city AND my school on other end of the town ... situated amid greenery, away from hustle-bustle which meant I had to start earlier from home than others.
So, my rickhaw wale bhaiyya would promptly pick me up at 6:00 AM in chilly and foggy northern winters when beside ME only the poor uncouths of the city would be going on with their 'normal routine' thus, somehow making me an accidental partner of their privacy !
Meeting their shady, ghost like apparitions suddenly emerging out from the dense fog was so norml for me that I used to wait for the next hooded , blanket clad figure to appear, walking stealthily with just some kind of vessel in their hands. I never gave much thought about those sillhouted figures till Rajni made me wiser.
I still remember the tinkle of bangles of the ladies' hands as my rickhaw passed them as well as the expletives murmured loud enough when some car headlight falls on their partially hidden faces .
|Source : Unsafe childhood !|
Of lurking attackers
like diarrhoea and cholera spread by it .
Of the lack of hygiene .
And as I spread awareness , you Babli take good care of yourself, be bold and practice health and hygiene for a better future :)
|Source The Image needs NO WORDS .|
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