#WomenAtWork – A Ticket Checker

21 Responses

  1. Aseem says:

    That’s a beautiful tribute to a job which generally is quite thankless whether be it the ticket checker at the cinema hall or at the temple.

  2. Gitanjali says:

    Such an inspiring concept! More power 🙂
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  3. Ramua says:

    Tough jobs for some… in a country such as yours with sometimes extreme weather.

  4. joshi daniel says:

    nice to meet her 🙂

  5. Amazingly woven..your words actually painted the whole scene in front of eyes and the pic at the end showed that the end result was not much different 🙂
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  6. We all have met people doing mundane jobs who develop bitterness in their expression. Getting to know about somebody who can have a smiling expression while doing such a work is so appealing.
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  7. Hey, despite my many visits to temples, I’ve never known one in which tickets were sold! How cool that lady is. Very powerful too.

  8. rajlakshmi says:

    Amazing!! Your words make this picture even more empowering 🙂
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  9. What a wonderful ode to a simple, hardworking soul! 🙂

  10. Beloo Mehra says:

    She stands with such grace and dignity. You have described her well, Parul.
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  11. Alana says:

    Faithfulness and pride in doing a job well no matter how humble, everything here to admire.
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  12. Nabanita says:

    Pride in our work, in whatever we do for an honest living:)

  13. Alok Singhal says:

    No work is small, just our thoughts!

  14. Dashy says:

    If a work is done with devotion, it has dignity. 🙂 Wonderful poem.
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  15. Beautiful words to describe this wonderful woman and the pride in her job.
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  16. Truly, there are some people who are totally devoted to their jobs. And yet, they never seem to lose that smile on their face.
    Beautiful post, Parul😃

  17. pins & ashes says:

    Hi Parul,
    Your description brought back the poem Ancient Mariner somehow… 🙂 xx Ash
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  18. Fran says:

    Hi, thanks for including a link to the inaugural post. As a first time visitor features like this are most visitor friendly. Loved the colour of your pics too.
    Fran @travelgenee visiting from the A to Z Road Trip,
    TravelGenee Blog

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