“Throughout the day, the place is bustling with activities”, said Pushpa, a middle-aged woman that sells grains in front of the building every day. In the morning, before the shops and restaurant open, the interphase, plinth in front is used by flower sellers, who sit under an umbrella on the stairs. The immediate space in front is where vegetable sellers halt their stalls for some time before pushing ahead. Around the evening the space completely transforms. The plinth has now become a sitting space for the customers, sitting and looking towards the road, and occasionally calling out to familiar faces amongst the pedestrians. It becomes a pausing point for the pedestrians to desist and chat with a cup of tea or fresh juice for some time before going on with the rest of their day. There is constant movement throughout the day, with customers of the bakery, juice shop, footwear store, and people coming to the restaurants. The activities, however, increase ten folds when there is an event taking place in the Jamat Hall.