This is the idyllic 14th century Hauz Khas ruins by a lake which used to be a water reservoir for Delhi. It is a very idyllic area making you forget that you are in one of the largest metropols in the world.
Labourers clean the lake's surface, removing sludge from the surface. The reason for this less than delicate task is a recent epidemic scare in Delhi. Dengue and other nasty disease have been spread in large numbers by mosquitoes, which breed in still water. Thus the government has installed fountains such as the one you see above and hired people to clear the surfaces to keep the water in constant movement. The worst of the epidemic seems to be over now - thankfully!
A poor rickshaw driver transporting as many as 9 girls home from school in Paharganj - an older part of New Delhi.