Divided By Religions,Political Interests But United by Mumbai Rains
Mumbai Rain Hosts Angels
Mumbai is experiencing non-stop rainfall over the last two days :Mumbai Rain Hosts
Divided By Religions,Political Interests But United by Mumbai Rains :Mumbai Rain Hosts Angels
Mumbai has been experiencing continuous heavy rainfall since Saturday morning, with the weather report , predicting the situation to remain the same for next hours.. The rainfall recorded by the weather stations between August 27 at 8 am and August 28 at 8 am was 102 mm. Rain in Worli was 63.75 mm, Byculla 78.21 mm, Bhandup, 90.63 mm and Vikhroli, 111.96 mm. Between 8.30 am to 2.30 pm Monday, the regional Meteorological Centre, Colaba recorded 35.8 mm and the one at Santacruz recorded 28.6 mm of rain.
The pouring rain has messed up the city’s regular life and traffic.
Video by Lavanya Shrma
On social media, people have taken to tweeting out pictures and videos of the non-stop downpour using #MumbaiRains.
video by Lavynya Sharma
Prime Minister Narendra Modi assured all possible support to the Maharashtra government, and urged residents of Mumbai and surrounding areas “to take all essential precautions in the wake of the heavy rain.”
But beyond the administration spport here are the MUMBAIKARS who are real HEROS. beyond the cast,community, political differences they are helping each others and offering shelter being the #RainHost
Here are some links to #RainHost tweets which will make you believe that people are raised as human.
I can host 8-9 people fairly comfortably. If you are stuck, need a place to crash and came make it to Santacruz West – DM me for details.
— Textual Offender (@TextualOffender) August 29, 2017
If this shit gets worse and anyone's stranded in Andheri East, hit me up. We can accomodate a couple of people till things settle down.
— Comrade Jesus (@StonerJesus) August 29, 2017
Likewise for malad West. https://t.co/UT4T2KoaqX
— Ser Vikas Munipalle (@PabloVikasso) August 29, 2017
If you are around Bandra and stuck in #MumbaiRains then I can offer you food, shelter and wifi. Contact me on 9833683379 (Today Only).
— MD (@mulchand) July 17, 2017
— Nikhil Udupa (@greyoceanblues) August 29, 2017
Mumbai, do you need a place to spend the night in Lower parel ( Kamala Mills). We will find room for you in our office. #MumbaiRains
— Faye DSouza (@fayedsouza) August 29, 2017
— Anand Dave (@AndyDave171) July 17, 2017
Stay safe Bombay folks. If you are stuck in Mulund-Thane region you can crash in at our office in Mulund. We have coffee, beer, and food.
— Athlos (@GoAthlos) August 29, 2017
Powai is enough I guess .People around SEEPZ,JVLR can plz come over ,any number . Am in Powai 🙂
— Disha (@Dish_A18) August 29, 2017
— PoojaS (@PoojaSolanki) August 29, 2017
Guys if anyone is stuck in fort/colaba, please feel free to come over to mine and crash #mumbairains
— Penguinhowler (@penguinhowler) August 29, 2017
— Suruchi (@mellowsunshine) August 29, 2017
Anyone stuck in traffic , car breakdown or need assistance, plz contact I am in Powai #Rainhosts
— Rahul Singh (@rahulnsingh25) August 29, 2017
Kalina, Santacruz (E). There's tea and food and a dog. RainHosts. Just drop a tweet and will guide you to the place
— YoshitaSengupta (@YoshitaSengupta) August 29, 2017
Hey! I have a place in Chembur. Near Cubic Mall. I can easily accommodate 5 people. Have some food and medicine supplies too. #MumbaiRains
— A.S. (@piggysnacks) August 29, 2017
— Nandan Kulkarni (@nandanskulkarn1) August 29, 2017
— Pooja (@crabby226) August 29, 2017
Bandra East. Enough place for 5-6 people. Food, tea, cable and cats for entertainment.#RainHosts
— Labony Kaushal (@labonyitis) August 29, 2017
Byculla West pic.twitter.com/NO6tRARQNO
— Rashad Bashir (@raashad_19) August 29, 2017