India's street typists dying out
16 January 2014 Last updated at 00:57 GMT
Every morning, as he has for the past 34 years, Ajay Kumar Nayak walks to a busy footpath outside Calcutta's high court.
He sets up a rickety wooden table, places a battered plastic chair behind it and then carefully places his 15-year-old typewriter on the table.
After covering his desk with a piece of tarpaulin to protect his prized possession from the sun, he is ready for business as one of Calcutta's few remaining street typists.
Ajay spoke to BBC News about his trade and how computers and technology are threatening to kill it off completely.