A tangah is a horse-drawn carriage used for local transportation in South-Western Asia, by India and Pakistan. It has two, big wooden wheels, a carriage, and two bamboo poles attached to the side of the carriage. The horse is tied between the two bamboo poles.
The tangah can hold up to six people, with their luggage stored under their seats. Three people can sit in front, and three people behind them, facing backwards.
To get in the tangah, you would use a steel step. There are four of these steps located on all four corners of the carriage. Sometimes the tangahs are decorated, but not always.
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