The Flying Spur

Flying Auto

(c) Siddharth Singh, 2009.

Graffiti on Delhi’s facade are now becoming more common as underground artists take to the streets. This one is on a wall on the back alleys of Khan Market in New Delhi, India.  Khan Market is named after Khan Abdul Gaffar Khan, also known as Frontier Gandhi, and the market is the costliest in India (in terms of land rent). It was originally inhabited by refugees who left Pakistan to come to India at the time of The Partition.

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