11 years after the deadly 26/11 attacks in Mumbai, the Nariman House, popularly known as Chabad House in Colaba, has now opened to the public. Last year, the house was renamed as Nariman Light House and a museum and memorial dedicated to the attacks was inaugurated but it was closed to those outside the faith. Now, Nariman Light House is open to all. You get to tour inside the building and you realise not much has changed since the attacks. Walls with bullet marks, blood stains and bullet holes bring back haunting memories of the past.