Pictures of my quaint little town, taken with Nokia N-97 - 5 mpx and Nokia N-70 - 2 mpx mobile cam.
Karwar is the Head-Quarter of North Kanara district in Karnataka state, India, on the shores of the Arabian Sea. Surrounded by Western Ghat (mountains) on the East and South, the River Kali to the North, and the Arabian Sea, which comprises a chain of Islands.
This is the Traffic-Sense-Awareness Poster, that I clicked in the local Road Transport Department office...
Driving in India: It has been said that many an Atheist has gone to India. After having driven on the roads there, he has returned as a believer of God. Which country, then, has a more powerful spiritual presence??!!
Within the seemingly chaotic system, there are few accidents, due to an assimilation of self survival, slow speed (due to the pot holes and agricultural traffic on the road), extra defensive driving by the smaller vehicle (who will be hurt more than the bigger vehicle) and also extra defensive driving by the more expensive vehicle (who will have to pay the driver of the less expensive vehicle irrespective of whose fault it was).