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Silent words

“Kalaghoda” festival (in English it translates to “Black Horse”) is an annual art festival that happens in Mumbai. Kalaghoda is synonym to the street where art & literature dwells. It is located in the posh locale of South Mumbai. This is the first time I walked the lane during the festival and this is what I came back home with:

Few glimpses and the silent words they speak

Food & Fashion

“Fashion & Food”

If I am plain, I am a poor man’s earning; if I am embellished, I am a rich man’s show.

Human Tree

“Human Tree”

Cutting our own roots.

Burden of rocks

“Burden of Rocks”

But still knows how to move on.

Strings

“Strings attached”

post box

“A lost network”

Once a messenger, now a piece of adornment.

Hope

“Old & Wearied, but dressed up for tomorrow”

Someone’s reject, others hope.

kalaghoda

“The Dark Horse”

Pride in Silence.
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