Document Type : Original Article


1 Amity University, Sector 125, Noida, Uttar Pradesh 201301, India

2 Bharat Ratna Dr. B.R. Ambedkar University, Kashmere Gate, Delhi -110006, India


Rickshaw pullers are one of the basic wellsprings of public transportation in metropolitan zones
that furnish us with last mile availability. Other than fulfilling the expanding need for a powerful
methods for intra-metropolitan versatility, rickshaws have thrived in Indian urban communities
on account of the migration of provincial rural populaces without critical training and capital into
urban areas looking for occupations, for whom rickshaw pulling is the best accessible alternative
because of its simplicity of passage. An extensive extent of metropolitan poor are reliant on
rickshaws as a significant wellspring of work in India. This work is an endeavor to comprehend
the patterns constantly in migration of rickshaw pullers in Delhi. The examination center around
the financial status of rickshaw pullers in Delhi and back home, the spot of having a place and
the explanations behind migration and how has migration achieved an adjustment in their lives in
the event that it has by any stretch of the imagination. The investigation needs in survey,
interviews, interactions alongside auxiliary wellsprings of information, for example, government
records if any accessible. The investigation was completed in various areas in Delhi, for
example, metro stations, commercial centers and so forth. In this examination both qualitative
just as quantitative information has been utilized for itemized investigation of the did exercises.

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