Kala Ghoda is a small art district in downtown Mumbai. It is known for its designer cafes, indie galleries, sidewalk art stalls, and heritage buildings. A few heritage buildings that can be found there are Jehangir Art Gallery, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, Army & Navy Building, David Sassoon Library, and so on.
I went on a photography spree from Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya all the way to Dalal Street. And obviously, I clicked a lot of pictures. It was a hot summer afternoon and I was hungry and tired, but the frames sure made it worth it!
Frames on Display – You’ll find many mini art exhibitions outside Jehangir Art Gallery
Selling Art – A lady selling prints outside Jehangir Art Gallery
Worth Guarding – A guard having his snack while on duty at Art Plaza Gallery
Bake House Cafe – I found this man outside a designer cafe. He was so photogenic and didn’t mind getting clicked at all.
I’ll talk to you later. A crazy photographer is staring up at me.
Duty Calls – I pray that the policemen of my city are always idle and my city is always at peace.
A Dog’s Life
Taking a Break from Work – A man talking to his loved ones in between work.
I hope you liked my photos guys. Do visit Kala Ghoda in a lazy afternoon, when there is less crowd and no arts festival. The visuals and heritage will be worth it!
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