Today, the people of Mumbai are making the effort to get their lives back to something approaching normality after the traumatizing events of last week. The clean-up operations at the targets hit by teams of gunmen are well underway. So, too, is the apportioning of blame.
Tensions are running high between India and Pakistan - with many Indians believing that Pakistan played some part in the attacks. The Indian military is reported to have been put on a "war footing". Pakistan has responded by saying any escalation would require it to re-deploy forces from the fight against terrorism in Afghanistan. The message from Islamabad seems to be - "if you pin this on us, we won't be able to help you with the Taliban and Al Qaida".
Joining us now from Delhi is BBC India Correspondent, SANJOY MAJUMDER