Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles When you think of a slum like the one behind me, you think of poverty. Danger on unemployment. That's what many people think when they see the third largest slum in the world, Dharavi in Mumbai, India, from above. It's where one million people live in tiny houses, but from below this is much more than a slow. It's a place that generates $650 million every year. It's where I saw a huge recycling business, pari business, leather and garment business. This product was made in Donna Be not Milan, not New York or parents here. I struggled to find someone who was not working, even inside houses. Women were working and those that were not. I found them cleaning because even with Dodi rode and no toilets, houses are clean inside. Dharavi is an economic powerhouse filled with huge businesses, engineers, artists and hard workers. It just so happens to be cold. A slum that's one minute.