I thought maybe those were books in the bag. Indeed many volumes could be written on the people in Mumbai. Many probably have been already. Marvelous photo!
Wonderful, but heart wrenching photos! a great reminders to the rest of us just how fortunate we are! Thanks!
Your photos speak volumes my Pacific friend! Aloha & Namaste
Quite a few stories in that picture alone. Well done.
All your photos are always so very interesting. This is a great photo, thank you.
What an intriguing scene!
I like your theme based posts. I have just joined as a follower.PS : Thank you for voting for me in photoblogawards. Appreciate it...Thomas
More then right. Many books can be wtitten and many has been so far. Photo is stuning! Have a nice weekend:)
I love pictures like these that capture a piece of every day life
Only the second non-book post I have seen today. Good idea.
Great composition, Deepak! The first thing that crossed my mind was Mira Nair's great movie 'Salaam Bombay'!
I remember fixing that kind of tile roof. Lot of those old tiles broke which was sad.
I'm sure books have been written on them.
This is a kind of realistic literature!Cezar
Even if you haven't written a book, you've definitely taken a photo of the sort that fits the adages "every picture tells a story" and "a picture says a thousand words" -- a wonderful, creative take on the theme. Well done! :)
I like very much your pictures with people in their every day life.
A fascinating snapshot into everyday life! How did you get such a vantage point? Great photo!
That is both and amazing and thought provoking photo. Happy weekend and thanks for dropping by my blog!
Very special post about books,but its the reality,great idea from you !!Fantastic shot ;)Have a nice sunday (@^.^@)
Yes, you are so right. An excellent photo, and a first-rate reminder of how others live. Fine documentary shot.
Aloha from Maui!!Great documentary picture indeed!Thank you for sharing.Happy photo hunting to you...Cindy OCome by & visit!
Fascinating photo! Why is this man sitting on the roof, do you suppose?
Its important for the world to see the truth through your eyes. Wonderful Post!
@Jacob ... he was on the roof to repair the roof before the monsoon which is expected in June.
wow. this makes me feel sad...
A very thoughtful take on today's theme. Great pictures here.Mine is up here.
Interesting way to present the theme!!Sniffie and the Florida Furkids
Creative interpretation of the theme - nicely done!
One of my favorite Canadian writers was born in Mumbai. Rohinton Mistry has written a number of books about the lives of people in Mumbai. "Family Matters" and "Tales from Firozsha Baag" are my favorite.I really shopuld check out more Indian writers.Mine is up.
must be a genius
what a superb photo. Have a great weekend!