"Pre historic" hand pump some of the readers might think, but seriously these things were present in every home until 1994. In fact when we came to the village in 1992, our village had a lot of hand pumps like this. Later on donkey pumps invaded the country and dethroned poor "dhichkon dhickon" hand pumps.
The goats on the right are just cute.
"Koloh", or "Kaloh" is a large pan used to cook large loaves. It is used on occasions like weddings when there's a need to cook lots of loaves. The people shown in the image came to our village for a funeral recently. A crew of two arrived the evening before the event to create a ditch and fix their pan up properly. In the night they prepared dough for the loaves. And next day they started "operations" early in the morning, and stopped nead 2 PM a little before the charity lunch ended. A middle aged female also joined them as helper later in the day.
Building an electricity tower is a scene to be seen. I wonder if they train people using Lego, after all the operation is much similar to putting together Lego pieces.
Recently I was travelling on G.T road and saw a Pakistan Army convoy, moving big guns around. The weapons looked extremely graceful.
"Impotence is a state of mind."
Saw this man (right top) some time ago, he's got a wooden leg but still riding a bicycle. It must have been difficult.