rickshaws, outside Mahabodhi temple in Bodhgaya, Bihar, India.
Monks and pilgrims come and go using rickshaws, outside Mahabodhi temple in Bodhgaya, Bihar, India. Auto rickshaws (often called just auto) are a common form of transport all over India. In Asia and Africa,
rickshaw designs continue to follow the original design of the Piaggio Ape C, from 1956, which was originally based on the Vespa. The word rickshaw originates from the Japanese word "Jinrikisha" (???, ? jin = human, ? riki = power or force, ? sha = vehicle), which literally means "human-powered vehicle".
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