Tagged: Mumbai : my city

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Mumbai’s world heritage precinct

Did you know that we have a UNESCO declared World Heritage Precinct right in the city of Mumbai ?   With my right arm in a sling, blogging will have to take a back...

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Happy Birthday dear Gandhiji

Mumbai has a deep connection with Gandhiji

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This Palm tree standing tall caught my eye because it was standing tall. Don’t palms always stand tall ? Well according to Nergish ( May God rest her soul) peevishly pointed out to the...

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Chowpatty at night #WordlessWednesday

Eating out on Chowpatty is a quintessential  Mumbai experience. When we were little we loved going there and having a patta of sookhi bhel . While we kids munched on the crunch puffed rice,...

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Great Balls of Sweetness #WordlessWednesday

I was amazed at the size of these boondi laddoos hanging from a street shop

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Happy morning walkers #WordlessWednesday

While waiting with Ms Papaya for the bus, I cam upon this happy group of morning walkers. These three handsome Labradors are old but are still sprightly. The Labrador remains my all time favourite...

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Barringtonia: The perfect tree #ThursdayTreeLove

The Barringtonia makes Mumbai’s Marine Drive even more magical with its thick green foliage all through the year

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Dizzy Heights #WordlessWednesday

With skyscrapers being more the norm than the exception, many workers have to scale dizzy heights to keep exteriors clean. My heart was in my mouth as I saw these two men cleaning the...

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Mushrooming joys #WordlessWednesday

The kids were excited to see mushrooms sprouting everywhere in the garden

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Jackfruit Beauties #ThursdayTreeLove

Earlier this week, I managed to shake off the lethargy that had gripped me these past few months . I actually managed to haul myself out of bed get into my walking shoes. I...

As day breaks over Mumbai #SkywatchFriday 6

As day breaks over Mumbai #SkywatchFriday

Today is the last day of the Merry month of May. It seems that gloom has descended on my city with the first grey morning. The Koel is still cooing her summer story and...

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Dog day afternoon #WordlessWednesday

Dog Day Afternoon takes on a new meaning with this handsome stray snoozing in a public park. The poor fellow did wear a collar and was far too well fed to be a stray....

Cafe Zoe for an International feel – Restaurant Review 3

Cafe Zoe for an International feel – Restaurant Review

The Fine Dining Revival Thanks to the year-long textile strike in 1982, organised by Trade Unionist Dr. Datta Samant, Mumbai’s textile neighbourhood of Lalbag and Parel lay eerily silent. Once upon a time, it...

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