Time keepers: then and now

Updated On Sep 12, 2013 04:41 PM IST 5 Photos
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Mohammad Rafique, an old man, repairs watches at his 150 year old shop in the old quarters of Delhi while his customer waits outside. (Subrata Biswas/HT Photo)

Mohammad Rafique, an old man, repairs watches at his 150 year old shop in the old quarters of Delhi while his customer waits outside. (Subrata Biswas/HT Photo)

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Modern watches of different hues and fashions on display at a watch shop. (Subrata Biswas/ HT Photo)

Modern watches of different hues and fashions on display at a watch shop. (Subrata Biswas/ HT Photo)

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Potential customers check out modern watches at a roadside kiosk in Nehru Place, New Delhi. (Subrata Biswas/HT Photo)

Potential customers check out modern watches at a roadside kiosk in Nehru Place, New Delhi. (Subrata Biswas/HT Photo)

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An old man repairs an old watch in the traditional way at his roadside shop, in the old quarters of Delhi. (Subrata Biswas/HT Photo)

An old man repairs an old watch in the traditional way at his roadside shop, in the old quarters of Delhi. (Subrata Biswas/HT Photo)

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An old man repairs watches at a shop of old clocks inside a clock market, in New Delhi. (Subrata Biswas/HT Photo)

An old man repairs watches at a shop of old clocks inside a clock market, in New Delhi. (Subrata Biswas/HT Photo)

Updated on Sep 12, 2013 04:41 PM IST
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