I havnt visited Ghumakkar for quite some time,neither as an author nor as a visitor. Just sheer laziness is the lame excuse. After having worked in Mumbai for almost 35 years, I relocated myself away from that mertropolis. And I havnt gone back even once.
However I recently went back to Mumbai, via Pune for the Ganpathy celebration and to meet my grand-daughter who is in college in Pune.After spending a day in Pune with her we went on to Mumbai by bus,and spen a day revisiting Juhu Beach, sea food joint Mahesh for lobsters and crabs and beer.Then wandered around aimlessly in coffe bars and back to Delhi after a day as my grand-daughter had to go back to her college in Pune. Abha Sethi(thats her name) she is very keen photographer and took lot of pictures of celebration procession in Pune, Mumbai and and the eating stalls on the beach, inside Mahes with her mom & dad before parting.
There is no formal story or write up (Mumbai is no longer worth living) except ,may be ,a photo essay ,without any
captions. There are some interesting pictures , in a jumbled way, which may be of interest to some visitor to Ghumakkar.