There are positives, informal shopping areas exist where it is possible to buy anything you might need. There are also mosques catering for people's religious needs. There is a pottery area of Dharavi slum which has a community centre. It was established by potters from Gujarat 70 years ago and has grown into a settlement of over 10,000 people. It has a village feel despite its high population density and has a central social square. 85% of people have a job in the slum and work locally, and some of them even became millionaires. Many daily chores are done in social spheres because people live close to one another. This helps to generate a sense of community. The buildings in this part of the slum are all of different heights and colors, adding interest.