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Mumbai wallah!

 We all are some or the other wallah's in Mumbai, there are some people who are the real wallah's of Mumbai.


    Dabbawallah also know as 'tiffin wallah'.The deliver the hot lunch boxes from houses or restaurant to work places. The are common in Mumbai. The carry tiffin to people to people by travelling in train or using a bicycle. They also carry the empty tiffins in the afternoon to their respective places.


   Chaiwallah's known as the teaseller. They are the people who works 24/7 for us. They wake up in the morning 3am and serve for us till 12am. Some people sell their chai's using cycle or by owing a stall or by carrying the can roadside.

3. Golawallah

    Golawallah is one of the famous n favourite for children. He sells ice (crushed) with some added flavors of our own choice. He is specially seen during summer season. He owns his own stall.

4. Istriwallah

    Istriwallah the ironing man. He who irons our dresses. His service makes our day Feel fresh. He is also known as laundry man. He owns his laundry and ironing stuffs for us.

5. Balloonwallah

    Balloonwallah he is most favourite for all children. As he sells balloons of different types. He also sells other toys for children. He is mainly seen in Mela's, beaches, function etc. 

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