These Pictures From Mumbai Rains Will Give You Goosebumps

These pictures from Mumbai Rains will give you goosebumps

12 years later, Mumbai found itself in a recap situation,it battled a deluge all over again. While the city deserves better, its citizens stayed true to its maximum spirit and proved that they were better than a calamity.

I bet these pictures from Mumbai rains will give you goosebumps…

Mumbaikars walking on a railway track during #mumbairains yesterday. Source- Business insider India

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P.S:ย Mumbai, you certainly deserve better but you’ve managed to exemplify courage and humanity for the rest of the world. Until next time, Stay Safe #StayCurious ๐Ÿ™‚

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  1. It’s interesting how adversity brings out the best and worst in people, The waves do look scary.

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  2. The cloudburst of 2005, a freak occurrence, demonstrated the inability of the city to cope with unbridled development. It revealed that the administration was woefully unprepared to face disasters. In contrast, 330mm of rain fell on August 29. Mumbaiโ€™s response was substantially different. A variety of careless development permissions and reckless infrastructure execution are equally, if not more, responsible for the flooding in the city.The city managers, urban planners and developers seem to turn a blind eye to the real challenges of climate change, seemingly reliant on the Donald Trumpian disbelief towards global warming and rising sea levels.

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  3. Very heart breaking to see all these pictures on Mumbai Rains. But still these pictures showcase love and compassion. This make the world go around. My prayers for Mumbai and its people. Happy to join with you for #MyFriendAlexa.

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  4. It is disheartening to see such images from Mumbai after rains. I adore this city & hats off to the people of Mumbai who face all conditions with smile! Stay safe.

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  5. I was stranded on 26th July 2005 for more than 16 hours.. left office at 4 in the evening, from Mahape towards Bandra. The bus eventually left us somewhere between Powai and Andheri and us 2 girls walked home to Bandra. It was some experience. Saw the best of humanity with everyone helping, supporting, making chains and walking. These pics surely gave me goosebumps and brought back memories.

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  6. The pics are dreadful. Being in Mumbai I know it was one of the toughest days of life for many.

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  7. Stark reality of the deluge we faced. And stunning pictures that capture the essence of that day. Mumbai lives up to its spirit yet again!! We surely deserve better.

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  8. Stark reality of the deluge we faced. And stunning pictures that capture the essence of that day. Mumbai lives up to its spirit yet again!!!

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