White Lakan: Japanese Honda, flimsy duplicate to hardy asli Rajdoot
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Originally I meant to write a nostalgic piece about vintage motorcycle but apparently I was met with a real-time requiem. In the background, inside his driveway stood a shiny and new black Japanese Honda motorcycle, it told the whole story: the government had decided to recall all Rajdoots (8 alone in the sugar factory his stationed at) because of spare part scarcity ad the difficulty to get the bikes serviced.
Jeyasankar whispered to me “This is a 'White Lakan' “, or put into English this Tamil term refers to white domesticated and caged hens which lay low quality eggs. This bike looks good but can't do the job of it's predecessor..
Our Rajdoot owner had dragged the deposit of his until he got a private replacement bike (the government supplies no more duty bikes). So next month his bike is going to be auctioned. My friend Sankar says that 5,000 Rupees (~$100) is about what it will go for.
Read the full story on: A date with a King. Rajdoot
More about this rural India personal documentary on My India: Where every village is home - Experience !.
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