Virushka 💞 Invites RCB players at their residence in Worli 😍 Fresh Virushka 💞 Pic After So Long.
4,126616 April, 2019
"Do you feel for the city, the same way I do?"
Aerial view of the rightly-called 'Blue Area' of Mumbai- the Elphinstone Road-Lower Parel-Worli-Prabhadevi belt, shot during a shoot for @indiabullsrealestate. You can see a lot of developments here, rising in full glory.
Also seen is the massive Western Railway Workshop, Lower Parel- starting from Balasheth Mandurkar Marg and extending all the way down to a hundred metres north of Lower Parel station. Spot the little moon visible in the sky.
Imagine going back into time by 20-30 years and imagine this same view as majorly a land of huge mills. You would have seen Shrinivas mills in place of Lodha World Towers (seen behind The Park), Shree Ram Mills in place of Palais Royale (the top visible behind The Park), NTC mills in place of Lodha The Park, Jupiter mills in place of One IndiaBulls Centre, IndiaBulls Sky Forest, IndiaBulls Sky, and Crown mills in place of Rustomjee Crown. Quite a transformation.
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This is the best red velvet cake you’ll ever have💯✨ This classic cake is unbelievably moist, fluffy, flavorful, and perfectly red♥ It’s the real thing! Red velvet cake is so retro, ruby-hued and rowdy. Not a crumb of subtleness about it. But on celebratory occasions it shines, charming the young and bringing reminiscences to the seasoned.
This retro sweet is popping up on tables everywhere, made this one for a teacher on her 60th Birthday🎈
A lovely Wednesday morning photowalk at worli koliwada with @batheri.nishant .Koliwada one of the oldest fishing communities of Mumbai.
It was just 9:00 am and the boats were off for pulling the nets. The locals here still practice net fishing with small boats often made of wood, like olden times. As these boats are old now the fishes generally get exposed to the water and rotten up. So before going for the next breach the rotten fish are thrown in water for the little egrets (snowy white bird with black beak)
This is a fundamental bond between the fisherman and the egrets goes on developing with time. This process involves zero wastage of fishes.
Beautiful isn’t it?
Above are some pictures of egrets catching their food which is rotten fish.
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