Thursday was a day of mourning in Mumbai.
A year has gone by since the city witnessed the 26/11 terrorist attacks. It has recovered from the shock, wiped away the blood stains, and made sure life is back to normal. But somewhere deep within, the memories remained - memories of being utterly helpless when death came calling under the cover of darkness. Ten terrorists had sneaked into the city armed with AK-47s, grenades and RDX. They killed 175 people and injured 300.
Text and Images: Narayan Ghosh
Image: A painting in remembrance of the victims of Mumbai terror attacks outside Cama Hospital in Mumbai on Nov. 26, 2009.
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