As you enjoy your weekend, if at any point dread of the work-week to come arises, take a moment to reflect on the fact that at least you don’t have this guy’s job carrying stones on your head up several flight of uneven stone steps all day – everyday.
This girl was part of a school group visiting Daulatabad Fort while I was there. The teacher asked me to explain something about the differences between the U.S. and India in terms of geography and economics.
The photo below is the same group resting in the citadel, the highest point of the fortress.
This is taken from the path up to the citadel at Daulatabad Fort. Daulatabad is a 14th century hill fortress that lies on the road between Aurangabad and the Ellora caves. It was the capital of the Tughlaq Dynasty.