Delhi's Ground Zero pays obesiance to its dead
people feed the need for a memorial:
Fourteen-year-old Bablu was one of the many who gathered at the spot to pay their respects to the victims of one of the capital's worst terror attacks.
He walked towards the spot with a bright marigold flower in his hand and quietly put it over withering bouquets and a diya placed the night earlier.
"No, we are not here for shopping - just to have a look at the place where such a huge tragedy took place," said Savitri Devi, 65.
"There should be a memorial here," she said, explaining what had happened to her grandson Sonu.
Ashok Randhawa, president of the Sarojini Nagar mini market traders association, said: "We want to raise a memorial here and that will be decided after discussing with civic authorities and police."