Shot in the Fort, the old city of Galle, Sri Lanka. The man wearing a white cap worn by Muslims was riding on a bicycle. His face turned into a scowl when I ask him for taking some photographs of him. But he allowed while he was riding on a bicycle.
By the way, the cap was called Taqiyah.
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