In the middle of the afternoon , in the middle of the week, I captured this wonderful shot of Haji Ali Mosque built on a rocky promontory off Mumbai’s shoreline, accessible by a walkway that is submerged at high tide.
Isn’t it amazing how the same place and sky can look so different?
The Haji Ali Mosque and Durgah was one of the places that was part of a current national debate on the right of women to unrestricted entry in places of worship. It is a popular pilgrim spot and has thousands of visitors especially on Friday and other Holy Days , when it wears a festive look with flags and buntings fluttering in the sky and balloon sellers and street food vendors thronging around.
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Happy weekend !