That is the hut where a humble labourer lives.
For thousands of years, dug-wells have been in use to obtain drinking water. These wells are holes dug deep into the earth down to the water-table.
In rural India, these are still a popular as a source of drinking water.
Sometimes, these wells are left open to the environment and can get polluted by animal waste etc.
Improved wells have rings around them, like caissons, that project higher than ground level and help protect the groundwater from being polluted.
Often a mixture of cement with sea or river sand, which is cheap and readily available, is used for making these rings.
It was very interesting, moving and inspiring to find these lovely works of art in this humble abode of a minimum wage labourer.
That is why today this unknown man is our ‘Face of the Week’.
Hope you liked knowing him.
Pee Ess: Guess what Furiends? The sun peeked out from behind the clouds today.
Not very Happy and Bright but definitely a very long and inquisitive peek!!
(Sun portrait courtesy Google)
Thank you very much. That was certainly an example of what we call the 'Power of Collective Positive Thinking'
SISTERTEX seems to be on a holiday. But nevertheless, we are still playing this very special meme.