Communal Harmony

By: Kamakshi

Jul 16 2011

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Category: Landscapes

5 Comments

Aperture:f/5.6
Focal Length:29mm
ISO:400
Shutter:1/1250 sec
Camera:Canon EOS 550D

Bandra is one of the most harmonious suburbs of the city. Despite its cosmopolitan nature, the place several religious buildings including churches like the famous Mount Mary’s Basilica, a Parsi fire-temple called Tata Agiary, the Jama Masjid (mosque) close to the Bandra West railway station and a temple dedicated to Goddess Jari-Mari. I got this shot off the high-way that runs perpendicular to the railway tracks, and it is a top-back view. Although I am a Hindu, the structure is simply breathtaking to look at, the nifty craftsmanship deserves to be admired, irrespective of caste, creed and community. Until I get an opportunity to take a face up view of the mosque, this one should be good enough!

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5 comments on “Communal Harmony”

  1. you are creating a great tribute to your Mumbai day by day, compliments!

    • Thanks Frizz…I am so inspired by all you guys that I now have the courage to take pictures on the street….And Mumbai is so soothing to the eye, its just a matter of where you look 🙂 there is a beautiful temple that i wish to shoot, but the opportunity rarely presents itself 😦

  2. I agree with Frizz. Mumbai is so immense even in one’s mind that it’s hard to imagine —

    You make it come to life, with so many kinds of buildings, and street life, etc.
    Not to mention fascinating commentary.

    Keep it up, Kamakshi — your time and energy is much appreciated.

  3. Bandra sounds amazing. The building is impressive. And the coMmunity spirit Remarkable.


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