Victory Parade #WordlessWednesday

On Monday evening the traffic on Peddar Road was thrown off because of #Mumbai Indians’ Victory Parade.

They had won the Indian Premier League for the fourth time hence the brouhaha

The parade began with the clearing of the road and a convoy of escort Landrovers leading.

Then came a truck load of fans . Five trucks had already preceded them an hour earlier .

Then came a line of strongmen ‘pulling’ the open air bus.

Then came the heroes waving to the crowd who by now had gone mad .

Finally a whole load of bikes roared down the road .

That spectacle definitely left me speechless !

Sharing this with Natasha and Esha on #WordlessWednesday.


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A granny who always sees the humour in life and tries to do things differently. When others make cupcakes, this granny makes banana fritters. When she’s not busy chasing her grandchildren who love making her run around, she indulges in her passions of reading, writing, meeting friends and watching movies. And somewhere between all this she enjoys travelling and cooking!

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12 Responses

  1. Shilpa Gupte says:

    How exciting to be able to witness the whole scene from your balcony! I am sure half of Mumbai must have landed there to applaud to the team. 🙂

    • Unishta says:

      Funnily enough I don’t think there were so many spectators … at that time of day most people were home … but indeed it is thrilling to see such excitement from home !

  2. Obsessivemom says:

    Oh this seems like fun. This year I barely watched the IPL but to me half the excitement of watching a sport is the victory celebrations.
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    • Unishta says:

      I have stopped watching all matches from the beginning . I only watch the last half hour or so of any game ( tennis , badminton , cricket, football ) as that is what it eventually boils down to – the final countdown .

  3. You captured all this from your 24th floor balcony? All of it happened under your nook? It must be a spectacle. Though I am not in favour of such shows which bring the road life (on the lines of home lives and work lives) of the general public to a snag and it must have been quite a long snag that night.

    • Unishta says:

      Luckily the traffic jam was only for 20 minutes . Our traffic cops are great at handling things. And yes, I can see quite a few tamashas from the confines of my home ….

  4. Modern Gypsy says:

    Wow!! And you got to watch it all from your balcony? How cool is that! It’s nice to see well-organised victory parades 🙂
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  5. Interesting that you got to see all of this from home. It must have been fun.
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  6. Woah! And this is just for the IPL? Seriously? What happens with the actual games? You know, real cricket? 😛
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    • Unishta says:

      There was a similar parade when India won the World Cup …. that was during daylight and lots of people were lining up the streets

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