I shot this picture a while back when I was out and about Colaba and shooting scenes from south Mumbai.
I didn’t post this picture up, as I wanted to take time out and write about why I took this picture and therefore didn’t want to put this up in a hurry.
This picture has several meanings for me:
The first is about how life moves on – The old is augmented by the new – just like us, we grow old, our children grow-up, the same way as we grew up in front of our parents.
The second meaning is ofcourse the resilience of Mumbai as a city and its people. The Taj (and this particular property) is a symbol of Mumbai, a symbol of modern India…a bunch of terrorists tried to deface this very icon of the city and were rightly stopped from doing so. But then the world is not a place for hatred – its a place for amicable coexistance in a way that we benefit from each other – from society – thats whole basis of the human race…The pigeon in the picture symbolizes two things for me – the fact that we are a peaceful nation and believe in amicable coexistence with the world.
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