Despite the dirty conditions, hardship and the dire smell of most of Dharavi the one thing that remained constant were the smiling faces of the children and the coy but kind looks from the women. Even the men at work in disgusting and dangerous conditions looked happier than the average English McDonald’s employee.
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Thanks for reblogging my post. We could all learn a lot from the way they reuse and recycle everything in Dharavi!