My readers will remember my post on Mumbai Local Trains where I had written about how the regulars got together for an off train party and danced together.
My nephew Ajay who just became fifty years old also travels by the local train everyday and his fellow passengers celebrated his birthday on the train while it was in motion.
6 thoughts on “Mumbai Local Train – 2.”
Cheerful Monk recently posted..Food for Thought
Yes, that is the word to describe the atmosphere in those coaches every day.
I love monk’s comment and your reply!
happy birthday to your nephew Ajay… who btw does not look 50!
tammy j recently posted..moving on old bean
No, de does not. And that is galling to quite a few of his friends of the same age who look closer to my age!
how marvelous…even when I caught the same bus for years to study, and regularly said “hi…” to people, I never knew where any of them went – when we often got off at the same stop…’cause they went in the opp direction.
but these people obviously quite different idea about friendship
Yes, it is a typical Bombay thing to happen. Unlike many other big cities, Bombay is a very friendly city to live in.
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