In pic: Commuters walk through flooded streets after torrential rains paralysed Mumbai on 26 July 2005. Pics/ AFP
In pic: A local train remains stranded at the waterlogged Mahim station on 27 July 2005 after heavy rains paralysed Mumbai on 26 July
Mumbai Railways were majorly hit during the 26th July 2005 floods. According to reports, there were over 1000 deaths recorded during the 26 July floods. People took to the railway tracks as they did not want to be stranded and wanted to get home quickly.
In pic: Commuters wade through waterlogged Mahim Station after torrential rains paralysed Mumbai.
Many people lost their lives and many were also reported missing during the 26th July 2005 floods in Mumbai
In pic: People walk on a flooded street after torrential rains paralysed Mumbai on 26 July 2005
In pic: A marooned commuter uses a rubber dinghy to ferry himself across a waterlogged street in Mumbai 27 July 2005
In pic: A family makes their way towards a railway platform during the 26th July 2005 floods in Mumbai
In pic: People walk on the waterlogged highway leading to Mumbai's airport during the 26th July 2005 floods in the city
Commuters walk through floodwaters past stranded motor vehicles after heavy torrential rains paralysed the city on 26th July 2005
Various vehicles such as cars, bikes, scooters were submerged during the 26th July 2005 floods in Mumbai
This was the eighth-heaviest rainfall figure recorded in 24 hours - 944 mm (37.17 inches)
Fourteen years ago, on 26th July 2005, Mumbai was battered by heavy rainfall, which caused havoc across all areas, claiming many lives, and leaving the city paralysed. Here are some images that captured the scene of chaos that will forever remain in Mumbaikars' minds
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