Purple-rumped sunbirds are common here and they visit my garden often every day. They would have been born in the neighbourhood for some of their generations now. They had made a nest in my yard on a shrub. I had to remove that and thereafter, methinks there were no suitable for nesting in my yard, but very thankfully there are some open spaces with plants and trees in the neighbourhood in the fast disappearing greenery everywhere [greed for construction and rent!]. Their daily visits is enough testimony that they are happy in the neighbourhood, finding good places to roost, reproduce, find food and live happily. After I found there are ways to feed these [thanks to the web] birds, I kept a simple feeder by twisting copper wire and putting some cotton it. Last year, within a day of making it, it was in use! Tailorbirds used to collect but I had not seen Sunbirds do this, at least it had not been taking when I was there, but yesterday, this happened. I was ready to shoot a few images. This is the female of the bird collecting, yellow necked and the male is dark coloured with a distinct purple neck on the lower side.
It made many visits.