Saturday, November 08, 2008

Rush Hour at Victoria Terminus, Bombay

Shot at Victoria Terminus, a few days ago, during the morning rush hour. I stop by this kiosk and enjoy my morning cuppa and stare at the passing crowd of office goers in their rivettingly diverse moods. Some listen to music, some drink coffee, some have worried looks, some look as if they haven't slept, some are anxiously waiting for their boyfriends/girlfriends. Anyway, it's amazing how the five million people who commute by a a few trains reach their destinations, clinging, sitting on roofs, arguing and even fighting for a seat inside the trains.

My dear friend Poovannamnilkunnathil Mathaichettan says, "People of this city, er, er, have no sense. Why don't they go to Tekkadi and Munnar. That's the best place to settle down, er, er, in the peace and tranquility." But Mathaichettan misses the point as always.


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John said...

Hi Suzan,

Hey, thanks for visiting my blog and taking time to comment and linking this humble blog on yours. Great honour this! Much appreciated, this attempt to reach out.

Do come again and read and comment. I get very few comments on my blog and I love every comment, and reply to them personally. I will also take a look at your blog.

Best wishes, have a nice day :)