a close up of a green truck: Odisha Man Turns His Auto-rickshaw into a Memory of His Village with Grass, Birds and Fish


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Odisha Man Turns His Auto-rickshaw into a Memory of His Village with Grass, Birds and Fish

The coronavirus pandemic has brought in multiple changes in the way people lived earlier. With transport having faced a major hit due to the lockdown, there have been many viral images of autorickshaw drivers who have transformed their vehicles to mini-homestays or a space with all the necessities needed to keep the virus at bay.

In a recent example, an auto-rickshaw driver from Odisha’s Bhubaneshwar has converted his vehicles into a mini-garden decorated with plants, aquarium, cages with birds and rabbits.

Sujit Digal, who hails from a village called Kandhamal, says this transformation reflects his village life which he misses.

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Speaking to ANI, he said, “I hail from a village in Kandhamal and I miss my native place. I feel suffocated in this big city.”

Unable to visit his village quite often, Digal came up with this idea of renovating his vehicle in such a way, that it gives him enough village vibes to get going with the city life.

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