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Hi all! Update took a bit longer than expected, but here it is!


On the banks of the Gangya, just across the foot of the Laalkat, there lies Dharwi, the city of the poor.

For centuries the less fortunates of the population found shelter and accommodation here. Buy where once only a few hundreds lived, over time Dharwi became a place for many thousands of people.

Characterized by its maze of houses, alleys, waterways, market streets, and once shunned by everone, this part of town has now become a must see for everyone tourist in town.

Dharwi can be seen in the left and right uppercorner


More Dharwin - on one of those famous foggy tropical days


The streets of Dharwi


The Lakshmee stream.. it takes you from the Saugangya straight into the heart of Dharwi


Often by the crossing of a stream and a road, stalls appear with delicious food!


One of the more organized markets, the Gahesh Market


It's often easier to go around with boat than with car.. There are no bridges, so a little "one car" ferry will have to cross you over


Someone was probably flying over while taking this pic


Dharwi is always full of life


Boats just seem to be left behind, but be aware, theft is punished heavily in Gangyaput!


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AH!  Flat world!  That teaches those Sims to mess with us.

Joking, I really love your style on India.  Like to see more of it!

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Thanks everyone for the comments!
  • @ninosrat:  more third world to come ;o) 
  • @Sky Guy:  Keep on watching! Am glad you find it authentic, was worried about that aspect a bit..
  • @Schulmanator:  Am really glad you like it, I hope you won't harbour plans to invade my beautiful paradise now? 
  • @kolnikov inc:  hopefully I can keep up 
  • @Evillions:  Ah ah, we'll rule them one day when they see our wiseness! 
  • @Plane-Crash12000:  Just love making thos Google Earth like images 
  • @tankman: As we say in Buddhiyapur: Shukriya! (Thanks!) 

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