Electricity in India

During my  trip in Rajasthan  I had been amazed  and fascinated how all this wirrwar and cluster of electrical ropes would connect.

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Oh well I am from the other side of the globe, thinking in my own box of how internet works…..

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…… proofed to be so wrong. Electricity and internet connections work even in a temple..

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The photographer and author. Where ever I stayed in India, I always had a perfect internet connection. 

 

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11 Responses to Electricity in India

  1. mukul chand says:

    pics can create a theory. however these pics are surely from the old city and now more an exception .

  2. mukul chand says:

    further they are not all of Rajasthan either.

  3. One can also find historical images of these power line complexes from various countries, such as early NYC or Russia after communism ( when people suddenly had to pay for power and became ingenious at not doing so ).

  4. can you imagine being an electrician and having to work with this mess of wires? 🙂

  5. Amazing. We take so much for granted in our country.

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