There are hundreds of baskets in the open market area, both empty and filled. These baskets are given to family and friends as a part of the Diwali (sounds like "Da volley) festival in the middle of November. It is the festival of lights for the victory of righteousness and the lifting of spiritual darkness.
This is the truck being loaded with the debris. You might find the swaskita intersting. Long before it became a symbol of Nazi Germany, it was a Buddist and Hindu symbol dating back all the way to the 3rd century A. D.
|Large cook pots|
|Large pots for cooking lunch and dinner in the streets|
|India's version of the Fuller Brush Man|