Mumbai-city that never sleeps

I had been to this giant city during rainy days and everyone has to agree that it is at its beauty best when drops pour down.But this time it was experience enhanced as if chewing down the whole living experience to the fullest.JUST TWO DAYS!

One thing that is worth describing is people very very busy in the work and their day-to-day carrying on. There is one song in Munnabhai M.B.B.S which goes “kitne sikke jode sab ko yeh chinta hai,jeevan hai ek bank pal pal Govind hai”(everyone is worried about piling up money that life has become a bank). I witnessed a moment at Chatrapathi Shivaji Terminus(the main station of Mumbai) where a local train destined stopped and people getting off,was like an army of ants moving randomly.People even if their legs hurt dont care,they simply carry on for there is a fight for everything-for space,for food,for living and even for loos.

The infrastructure is elegant.One simply looks at space with an awe trying to figure out how the heck these mega structure were built.The hospitality of the people is at par with any other thing comparable.They offer seats to senior citizens and women.The elegant most thing i liked is the lane traffic system.

It indeed is gonna become the “New York City” of India in next sets of decades.Watch out,there is more cut-throat competition……

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