Tuesday, August 10, 2010

MyWorld



Laburnum Road in Girgaum, South Mumbai, where Mani Bhavan (Gandhiji's residence in Mumbai) is located.
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25 comments:

  1. What a lovely capture! I was beginning to worry!!

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  2. It looks like a lovely neighborhood...I like the beautiful trees, Deepak.

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  3. Great road with lot of greenery.

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  4. un beau quartier et une rue sympathique

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  5. ur pictures are talking. gr8 work.

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  6. Beautiful street, looks so calm:)

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  7. what a peaceful setting and i love the lush greenery.

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  8. Looks like such an elegant street!Wonderful picture, I like a lot those trees and charming buildings!
    Léia

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  9. a soothing pic...lovely greenery :)

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  10. Hi Magic! It looks a lovely place!!

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  11. I'd like to walk along the streets of this pleasant neighborhood.

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  12. I wonder what Gandhiji would think of the upgrades... Nice place! Love the mood the rain creates too.

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  13. Funny, it looks like Paris, new York, London or any big city, for that matter.

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  15. I have visited Gandhiji's tomb in Delhi, it's nice to see the street where he lived now.

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  16. Except for some of the foliage, I might think this was a street in Paris! Very interesting!

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  17. the buildings look interesting--looks like an affluent neighborhood.

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  18. When these laburnums bloom this would look so ethereal.

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  19. This certainly is a wonderful part of Bombay! Excellent picture!

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  20. It is unusual to see only one person in a photo of India. usually you see crowds.

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  21. Strange that the trees are so young, except for the one far right!...great picture!

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  22. I've been there...it is the most beautiful street in the neighbourhood

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