My version of the 100 Rupee Challenge

Day 2 of the workshop, i.e., 14th January 2013 saw the whole team being given a 100 rupee note individually. The task involved buying whatever appealed to one at the market, which was in spirit of the same.

I specially had fun exploring the market on my own after the introduction the previous day. In those few hours I saw myself roaming the market, similar to a monk in search of a relic. It was interesting as to whatever items came across my eyes; from a pin to rusted antiques.

But there were a few items which I just couldn’t resist buying..

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  2. Highly descriptive article, I liked that a lot.
    Will there be a part 2?

  3. Gerrie said:

    You get a lot of respect from me for writing these helpful arteclis.

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