This year 16 students were initially exposed to long walks on the streets of Dharavi to observe, critique, ponder, and reflect on their ideas about Dharavi. Post our evening discussions over chai, we started making clusters of insights that we gathered during our first impressions. Each group conducted primary research in the form of interviews, studying street maps, and referring to the existing research done by urbz. After discussions and debates among the students, the teams finally narrowed down their specific areas of interest. Since the approach for the entire workshop was done through a grassroots-level approach, interviewing many residents and people of influence, was pertinent. These conversations formed a strong base to help them identify one key problem that they would be working on. They arrived at three broad themes, firstly the issue of drainage and water supply, secondly the lives of women in Dharavi, and lastly the potential of a Dharavi-centric digital platform for people in and outside Dharavi to interact and support each other.