It’s possible to visit Bombay in Mumbai. Look up, squint, use a newspaper to block the glass building or a mobile tower from your frame. If it is a day like today, with a strike and Inquilab Zindabad and …
Western, Central and Harbour lines, these life lines of Mumbai carry millions each day all over the city. They serve the purpose of going from point A to B and that’s enough for the average Mumbaikar for whom as long as the purpose is served, every thing else be damned. However, the trains are an integral part of life. A few minutes late, a train cancelled and hell can break loose in homes, offices and entire parts of the city.
MumbaiMag is thrilled to have Gopal M S, the man behind MumbaiPaused, join us as Guest Writer. His candid street photographs capture the stark restlessness inherent to our city in the simplest, most subtle ways. This is his first blog post and we look forward to many more.
It’s amazing what we Indians have been doing forever with rectangular pieces of cloth. These images from outside Grant Road Station are a very good example of how we use them. Here, men …
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