Monsoon colors of Gurgaon through my HTC DesireHD || MobileGIRI

Last month Monsoon was in full mood in North India and during the same I was traveling to Gurgaon through Metro. As we reached MG Road station, it was raining. So photographs in this Photo Journey are clicked with my Mobile Camera. Let's check out Gurgaon colors in monsoons and few more details...Public Transportation in Delhi has improved a lot in last 5 years. Metro, Red & Green buses have really changed the way people used to travel. Due to increasing population of these cities, all these mediums can be over-crowded. But improved mediums of conveyance have added some value to daily travelers. I stay in Noida and it's a lengthy route for Gurgaon, so I took Red bus(DTC) from Noida to AIIMS. These are Air-Conditioned buses which operate in National Capital Region of India. It was sunny when I left Noida and on reaching AIIMS, we could sense some signs of rain. At AIIMS, we took Metro-Train for MG-Road(Gurgaon) and it was heavily raining in Gurgaon. Thanks for good infrastructure at Metro Stations, which provided some shelter to all of us who were commuting through Metro. In fact, these Metro Stations are also good shelters of bike riders during rain. All these photographs are clicked from MG Road Metro station in Gurgaon.This is a usual scenario on Delhi roads during Gurgaon. In fact, roads in Gurgaon are worst in NCR and this one if far better than what we see inside sectors of Gurgaon.

Last month Monsoon was in full mood in North India and during the same I was traveling to Gurgaon through Metro. As we reached MG Road station, it was raining. So photographs in this Photo Journey are clicked with my Mobile Camera. Let's check out Gurgaon colors in monsoons and few more details...

Last month Monsoon was in full mood in North India and during the same I was traveling to Gurgaon through Metro. As we reached MG Road station, it was raining. So photographs in this Photo Journey are clicked with my Mobile Camera. Let's check out Gurgaon colors in monsoons and few more details...Public Transportation in Delhi has improved a lot in last 5 years. Metro, Red & Green buses have really changed the way people used to travel. Due to increasing population of these cities, all these mediums can be over-crowded. But improved mediums of conveyance have added some value to daily travelers. I stay in Noida and it's a lengthy route for Gurgaon, so I took Red bus(DTC) from Noida to AIIMS. These are Air-Conditioned buses which operate in National Capital Region of India. It was sunny when I left Noida and on reaching AIIMS, we could sense some signs of rain. At AIIMS, we took Metro-Train for MG-Road(Gurgaon) and it was heavily raining in Gurgaon. Thanks for good infrastructure at Metro Stations, which provided some shelter to all of us who were commuting through Metro. In fact, these Metro Stations are also good shelters of bike riders during rain. All these photographs are clicked from MG Road Metro station in Gurgaon.This is a usual scenario on Delhi roads during Gurgaon. In fact, roads in Gurgaon are worst in NCR and this one if far better than what we see inside sectors of Gurgaon.

Public Transportation in Delhi has improved a lot in last 5 years. Metro, Red & Green buses have really changed the way people used to travel. Due to increasing population of these cities, all these mediums can be over-crowded. But improved mediums of conveyance have added some value to daily travelers. I stay in Noida and it's a lengthy route for Gurgaon, so I took Red bus(DTC) from Noida to AIIMS. These are Air-Conditioned buses which operate in National Capital Region of India. It was sunny when I left Noida and on reaching AIIMS, we could sense some signs of rain. At AIIMS, we took Metro-Train for MG-Road(Gurgaon) and it was heavily raining in Gurgaon. Thanks for good infrastructure at Metro Stations, which provided some shelter to all of us who were commuting through Metro. In fact, these Metro Stations are also good shelters of bike riders during rain. All these photographs are clicked from MG Road Metro station in Gurgaon.

Last month Monsoon was in full mood in North India and during the same I was traveling to Gurgaon through Metro. As we reached MG Road station, it was raining. So photographs in this Photo Journey are clicked with my Mobile Camera. Let's check out Gurgaon colors in monsoons and few more details...Public Transportation in Delhi has improved a lot in last 5 years. Metro, Red & Green buses have really changed the way people used to travel. Due to increasing population of these cities, all these mediums can be over-crowded. But improved mediums of conveyance have added some value to daily travelers. I stay in Noida and it's a lengthy route for Gurgaon, so I took Red bus(DTC) from Noida to AIIMS. These are Air-Conditioned buses which operate in National Capital Region of India. It was sunny when I left Noida and on reaching AIIMS, we could sense some signs of rain. At AIIMS, we took Metro-Train for MG-Road(Gurgaon) and it was heavily raining in Gurgaon. Thanks for good infrastructure at Metro Stations, which provided some shelter to all of us who were commuting through Metro. In fact, these Metro Stations are also good shelters of bike riders during rain. All these photographs are clicked from MG Road Metro station in Gurgaon.This is a usual scenario on Delhi roads during Gurgaon. In fact, roads in Gurgaon are worst in NCR and this one if far better than what we see inside sectors of Gurgaon.

This is a usual scenario on Delhi roads during Gurgaon. In fact, roads in Gurgaon are worst in NCR and this one if far better than what we see inside sectors of Gurgaon.

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