Posted on April 28, 2010
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14 responses to “yooN hi raah chalte chalte: A Pictorial Journey Through Everyday Pakistan”

  1. Sajjad Junaidi says:

    Owais, very nicely put together. I remember once on my way back home with naans in the bag I ate all the dark blown-up parts from 5 or 6 naans. I was Friday afternoon and as usual some guest arrived unannounced just before lunch time and I had already gone out to get naans just for the family. They were offered to stay for lunch and they accepted the offer. My sister opened the rooti bag and gave me an evil look. I still remember she said ‘I can’t serve this Nangi Rooti’ to guests.
    Marta kya na karta, ran to the dhaba again to get more rooti.
    Later in the years when I was allowed to ride my brother’s motorbike, I used to go to Haji Mehfooz on Shahra-e-Pakistan to get naan and used to get one Sheermal – Chugnay kay liey (to eat on the way back home).

    Kya yaad dila diya, Owais.

  2. mano says:

    You have definitely given me an idea how to use my cell phone camera :D

  3. Some comments from the ATP Facebook Page:

    – “Well Very interesting journey :) The stanza which is written on this Rikhshaw is awesome but some correction is needed ” Hum cheen laingain tum sai yeh adaey be niazi,,,,,Tum mangtey phirogay apna guroor hum sai” :)”
    – “bravo I loved it”
    – “wow , thats the real pakistan…”
    – “ya v hv been habitual 2c this typ”
    – “Lahore by air ki pictures daekh kar purani yaadaen taza ho gaeen aour dil chaha k abi urr kar LAHORE pohnch jaaon.Never seen such nice pictures of Lahore by air SHAABASH LAGAY RAHO MUNNA BHAAI”

  4. Khurram Farooqui says:

    Mast Malang:

    I guess the rough equivalent would be “free spirit”.