Sonagachi is fading away, although slowly," said Jana."We are here to make money and give better lives for our loved ones.
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"In the past two to three years the trend has set in.
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We are judged and condemned but we too are doing what everyone else is doing - trying to make our dreams come true and keeping hope alive in the worst conditions," Chatterjee said. Her gaze settles on the pimps lining the filthy streets of Sonagachi - where the holy Ganges River gushes furiously out of open taps and pipes, running its purifying course through the homes of the Sonagachi women.
Land prices have gone up in the vicinity of Sonagachi and realty developers are eyeing the area.