A sense of the ferocity of the assault on Mumbai over the course of three days is visible at sites across the Indian city.
At Nariman House, which was targeted by the militants, forensic experts searched the wrecked premises.
The damage inside Nariman House, the base of orthodox Jewish organisation Chabad-Lubavitch, bears witness to the violence.
The organisation's rabbi and his wife both died here, but their two-year-old son was rescued.
Outside the Taj Mahal hotel, which was also badly damaged in the attacks, clearing up continues.
Memorials to the dead have been created across the city.
The laying of flowers and the lighting of candles is ubiquitous.
The grief caused by a group of young men determined to cause mayhem is incalculable.
Hospitals across the city are treating the many wounded.
And the shock of recent days has begun to turn to anger.