Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Our world

 
One end of Bazaar road in Bandra (West), Mumbai.

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39 comments:

  1. Very cool shot of local bazar.

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  2. These shots should not become an antiquated rarity like the single theatre Paradise you had shot sometime back...these open air markets break the monopoly of supermarket chains and allow for a greater and sweeter interaction with the people and their food! A neat and an important shot and a reminder of what keeps "developing" nations unique!!!!

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  3. Fresh vegetables, missing India now. Lovely shot, Sir...:)

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  4. Typical Indian bazaar-could be a scene from anywhere in India.

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  5. Oh, the vegetables look delicious! I do love markets like these!!

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  6. i've always enjoyed visiting markets from other parts of the world. thanks for sharing.

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  7. I love markets, especially selling local produce.

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  8. I do love open air markets. Lovely shot.

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  9. I like to visit markets, I like the colors of fruits and vegetables, flowers and herbs!
    Léia

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  10. Local and fresh, can't get much better than that!

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  11. Very nice shot of the market. Bhavana's comment really said it all. So true!

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  12. Looks like the produce markets are having a good season.

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  13. Lovely shot of this Indian institution.

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  14. I miss some of those vegetables here.

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  15. Magic eye
    shot Bandra
    the queen of
    the suburbs
    pride of mumbai
    bazar road
    whispering
    woods.. unlike 'shanghai
    with due apologies
    to subhash ghai
    mumbai better than dubai

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  16. It is indeed perplexing that how two ends of the spectrum co-exist. On one end of the bandra you have the Taj Lands End standing strong with its luxe LV store and the hoity toity crowd, while on the other there's this.

    You hve the street market where the common man would haggle and shop, while right next to it would be the world famous high street brands with women coming out of their BMWs and Mercs would shop.

    Nice picture!!

    www.styledestino.blogspot.com

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    1. Thank you. India is indeed a country of striking contrasts!

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  17. Brilliant shot of the markets Deepak, a joy to explore where ever you are in the world.

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