TBI Invisible Heroes of Everyday: The ‘Dirty Women’ Who Keep Our Cities Clean
Presenting the second part of our new series – TBI Invisible Heroes of Everyday, where you get a glimpse into the lives of the people who make our lives easier every single day of the year, but whose presence we barely acknowledge. Earlier, we met the paperboy. Today, let’s meet the humble street sweeper and take the effort to know a little more about her.
Feel free to share with us your thoughts and feelings as you meet our invisible heroes one by one, then go ahead and invite the ones in your own neighbourhood over chai (or coffee, if that’s what your morning cup is filled with) and share with us your own experiences of meeting them. This is our chance to show our appreciation for what they do and tell them a heartfelt THANK YOU!
Author & Photographer: Tejaswi Bhagavatula is a Hyderabad-based writer, poet, painter, biker, photographer, corporate profile-writer, on-the-way-CA, part-time tax consultant – all to fund his passion for travelling! He wishes to work for change through bringing out stories and his dream is to ride to Ladakh on his dear old Bullet, while learning and writing about people he meets all along the way and someday, maybe make it a storybook.