Bandra is a suburb of contrasts where everyone from Sachin Tendulkar to the fishermen calls it their abode, it is the place where Cafes and highrises jostle for space with sprawling bungalows from the British era. There is just so much that happens here, the life in Bandra is worth a dekko, keeping in mind a historical lens of how it reached where it is today.
Join us on this photo walk where we will take you through the Bandra roads to see what is seen by all and also what is often unseen in the hidden bylanes of Bandra.
We will begin with a tour to Ranwar, a village of forgotten Bandra – the place where a lot of East Indian community lives here in their sprawling bungalows that have stood the test of time and money (of the builders).
After seeing the Ranwar area bungalows and hearing their history, we will move to see a few of the many walls of Bandra that are now Graffiti walls.
After the colorful graffiti walls, we will take autos (in groups of 3) to go to Mt. Mary Church.
No DSLRs are allowed in this magnificent church but one is allowed to use mobile phones for photography (!). Please bear this in mind.
We will then take a small walk to the historic Bandra Fort to take photos of the magnificent Bandra Worli Sea Link (BWSL) and hopefully sunset in the sea (they close at sharp 630 pm),
What will you be able to click?:
What you need to bring:
DSLR (or any other camera)
Caps and shades (as it is going to be really hot and humid)
Note: We will provide water bottles for everyone (and reimburse the auto fare from Ranwar to Mt Mary Church)