(This post has been created in response to Weekly Photo Challenge – Vibrant)
Continuing from my entry for the previous Weekly Photo Challenge – Optimistic, I’m posting a picture clicked outside Jaipur Literature Festival (#ZEEJLF2016). Click here to see previous entry for WPC-Optimistic!
During last week, I shared pictures of an enterprising & optimistic person trying to convince a customer to buy his ware, outside Zee Jaipur Literature Festival. This week I’m sharing a picture of his makeshift shop, which looked pretty vibrant with items for sale- turban/ pagdis & artificial jewelry.
BTW, These turbans are printed in local print called chunri, The Saris printed in this pattern is quite popular in Rajasthan and so are these turbans. In old times, these turbans would be tied up on head by wrapping up fabric. Even today, village folks still wear these turbans in the same manner. But the above turbans are ready to wear -no wrapping required! That’s a commercial solution!
Rajasthan is generally associated with vibrant colors! What’s your opinion? Is it Vibrant enough?
This post is part of weekly photo challenge- Vibrant