Walking through the streets of a country like India you meet some interesting and colorful characters. Some don't speak English and I don't speak Hindu so it makes for a lot of smiling, grunting and pointing. Today as we meandered in a a Jain pol one of the trip participants received some extra special attention. We spent some time photographing a delightful 70's lady under a veranda ironing shirts and pants for the people who lived in her heavily hued, multi layered comlex. The iron had charcoal in it, and was really heavy, she earned 14 cents per suiting. She took special interest in Robbie who hails from Columbus, Ohio. She kept on eyeing her like a special friend, and not until we were about to leave did she tell our guide that she looked like the Indian screen star of the 50's Nirna Mala. Not knowing who she was, when I returned to the room I googled her; what a beautiful raven haired women I saw. Robbie from Ohio being mistaken for an India screen star, pretty special memento for sure.