Friday, March 23, 2007

NCPA towers

Smoggy day in South Bombay, this is the NCPA Towers, as seen from the 31st floor of the Taj-Hilton-Oberoi confusingly-named hotel at Nariman Point. Notice to the right, the end of Marine Drive, a walkway that just meanders into the sea, inexplicably, and is perched on the surreal "tetrapods" made famous by Dr. Narlikar in Salman Rushdie's "Midnight's Children". A flat in the NCPA tower is reportedly one of the most expensive in all of Mumbai -- about 8 or 9 crore (1-1.5 million US dollars) to buy.


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