Chaos In The City

Published by Anurag Mathur on Oct'23,2019

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Chaos In The City

Anurag Mathur
1 | 215 | Oct 23, 2019

Chaos generally refers to disorder and disarray. It is present everywhere from busy cities to villages, and from markets to streets. Some people may find the chaotic state pleasing, whereas many people don't. Talking about big cities, chaos is inevitable. From traffic in the streets to the crowd in busy marketplaces, everything is chaos. It gets quite hectic at nights and a chaotic atmosphere prevails until midnight. And also, festival times are undeniably crowded and can be hard to be in the crowd. Recently, a temple car festival happened in my city, and the streets were filled by devotees and it was full chaos. Chaos can be quite hard for some people, but for some, it may seem beautiful. From finding beautiful patterns to having various experiences, there will always be beauty in chaos.

Markets can get quite chaotic with all the crowd, yet look welcoming.

Traffic, be it day or night, always has a chaotic atmosphere but can be managed by following the rules.

Animals brought on to the road can bring a bustling city to a halt causing chaos.

Festivals usually result in chaos with people taking up the entire streets.

Candy popping out of the crowd, which reflects the beauty in chaos.

Chaos leads to a different perspective, because of a lot of things happening around.

 All photos clicked by and the blog is written by Swarna Rajan for WPC project Chaos in the City


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Chaos generally refers to disorder and disarray. It is present everywhere from busy cities to villages, and from markets to streets. Some people may find the chaotic state pleasing, whereas many people don't. Talking about big cities, chaos is inevitable. From traffic in the streets to the crowd in busy marketplaces, everything is chaos. It gets quite hectic at nights and a chaotic atmosphere prevails until midnight. And also, festival times are undeniably crowded and can be hard to be in the crowd. Recently, a temple car festival happened in my city, and the streets were filled by devotees and it was full chaos. Chaos can be quite hard for some people, but for some, it may seem beautiful. From finding beautiful patterns to having various experiences, there will always be beauty in chaos.

Markets can get quite chaotic with all the crowd, yet look welcoming.

Traffic, be it day or night, always has a chaotic atmosphere but can be managed by following the rules.

Animals brought on to the road can bring a bustling city to a halt causing chaos.

Festivals usually result in chaos with people taking up the entire streets.

Candy popping out of the crowd, which reflects the beauty in chaos.

Chaos leads to a different perspective, because of a lot of things happening around.

 All photos clicked by and the blog is written by Swarna Rajan for WPC project Chaos in the City