For me, Lower Parel seems home. its just been a couple of months joined ISDI. The two huge bridges covering the area from the top, and the heavy traffic covering the roads. Lower parel is a station itself. The high rise buildings, the mall , the office stations, schools, pubs, the mills are located here. There are different types of people residing , taking their caste, creed, age, etc. The footpaths here are either occupied by the food hawkers or tiny multipurpose shops. One will always find this place crowded at any hour of the day by the school kids in the morning, workers in the noon and evening, families in the nights and teenagers at midnight. The place might not sound happening but has its own charm in itself.