#industrial stool

4 years ago · 7 min read
Suresh, 34 – finisher.

“I could’ve lived anywhere with my work but my heart is in Jaipur. I like to ride my motorcycle into work every morning.”

4 years ago · 7 min read
Sushil, 33 – sander.

“I believe at least four hours of every day should be devoted to gossip. I don’t always try to separate work and play; laughter should be a part of every workplace. That’s what chai breaks are for.”

4 years ago · 7 min read
Guddu, 22 – carpenter.

“People assume I’m cheeky because I laugh a lot. I guess I am, but I have a lot of insights to share and I think a fair bit of wisdom for my years.”

4 years ago · 7 min read
Dinesh, 45 – carpenter.

“Carpentry has been in my family for generations. I’ve been around it from a very early age, picking up skills as I got older. It’s more than a job for me. I even have my own band saw at home.”

4 years ago · 7 min read
Harivansh, 31 – welder.

“I love history and I love travel. I grew up in Uttar Pradesh, but then travelled with a group of friends. We came to Jaipur a few years ago to explore its history. The fort and the palace are my favourite places here.” We asked him where his favourite place is in the world, but […]

4 years ago · 7 min read
Sumer, 28 – painter.

I moved from my home in Mandawa when I’d just turned twenty. It’s a place of strong community, so it makes the distance easy to cope with. My childhood friends are still my friends. Phones help too, but it can be hard to end a call sometimes. 15 minutes later and I’m still there.”