The streets of Bengaluru are very colourful.
Their main users are small three wheeled taxis called auto-rickshaws,
They sometimes even come with modern navigation and communication equipment.
And often ornamented.
Generally ornaments are quite popular in India.
But before I show the best ornaments, I must demonstrate to you that even locals often say that only the city centre of Bangalore is a town. The rest is still a village, just with 10 millions inhabitants.
With electrical installations everywhere in the air rather than underground. Some of them are even decorated.
But the best decorations I've seen during Holi, the festival of colours. And they were fantastic figures travelling through the streets.
Half of the town was orange. You can read about the many meanings of colours in India in a great article in Smithonian Mag.
The stores went also into the streets with their offer.
And the same do all the city population.
Including the holy cows.
What gives another argument for the ones claiming it is just very dense rural area.
Let's follow the cow and see wen we can get next week.