India is a country that values tradition and customs. Go beneath the famed Howrah Bridge with
Deaf guide Pankaj Mishra, and visit the street vendors that make their living there. Learn about the
history behind the Howrah Bridge, and why so many beautiful flowers are sold in that very spot.
And Joel wraps up the visit with a trip to a Deaf man’s vendor booth to learn about his business!

Thanks to ZVRS for making our Around The World 3 trip possible with their sponsorship, and
to Arcteryx for keeping us warm with their winter gear!

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  • Hi Joel, You did in India: Howrah Bridge. I ask you, Q. What that many cow on street and in city. The cow like free not go on farm yard? WHY? Thank you

  • In Hinduism, the cow is regarded as a symbol of ahimsa (non-violence), mother goddess and bringer of good fortune and wealth. For this reason, cows are revered in Hindu culture and feeding a cow is seen as an act of worship.

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