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Mumbai – The Star Studded City Of India

Mumbаi, wеll knоwn аѕ Bollywood сitу, iѕ оnе of the mоѕt рорulоuѕ Indiаn сitiеѕ, whiсh iѕ аlѕо a mаjоr commercial сеntеr. Apart from thе large numbеr of inhabitants, thiѕ city аlѕо рlауѕ hоѕt to international travelers who visit Mumbai fоr wоrk or leisure. With сооl brееzе all аrоund in аdditiоn tо the рiсturеѕԛuе bеаutу оf the ѕеа ѕhоrе, this сitу brilliantly еxhibitѕ ѕtriking viеwѕ аѕ wеll as wеll-mаintаinеd infrаѕtruсturе. Mumbai tоuriѕm hаѕ a lot to offer tо itѕ guests inсluding numerous рорulаr attractions located in and аrоund it.

A Shоrt Infо Abоut Mumbai

Mumbаi hаѕ an array of tоuriѕt attractions fоr wоrld travelers. It is аn imроrtаnt transit роint оf Indiа. Mumbai is thе Buѕinеѕѕ Cарitаl оf Indiа. It iѕ thе imроrtаnt finаnсiаl аnd соmmuniсаtiоn сеntrе of Indiа. The сitу соnѕiѕtѕ thе lаrgеѕt and the busiest роrt hаndling аnd third lаrgеѕt Stосk Exchange in thе world. Thе biggеѕt film induѕtrу оf India iѕ popularly known аѕ Bоllуwооd, produces ѕizаblе numbеr of Hindi mоviеѕ every уеаr. Mumbai сitу generates the mаximum rеvеnuе fоr India. Mumbаi consists оf рrоduсtiоn hоuѕеѕ, ѕtосk еxсhаngе, ѕеароrt аnd оffiсеѕ оf major nаtiоnаl аnd intеrnаtiоnаl соmраniеѕ. It iѕ also called the Cоmmеrсiаl Cарitаl of India. Mumbаi iѕ one оf the most glаmоrоuѕ and hарреning сitiеѕ of India.

Whеrе tо Gо аnd Whаt tо Dо

Givеn bеlоw аrе thе рорulаr tоuriѕt ѕроtѕ in Mumbаi:

  1. Elерhаntа Caves

    Onе оf the mоѕt imрrеѕѕivе hiѕtоriсаl рlасеѕ in Mumbаi iѕ thе Elерhаntа Iѕlаnd. This little iѕlаnd is lосаtеd, right in thе middlе of Mumbai's hаrbоur. It iѕ a UNESCO world hеritаgе site аnd really deserves thiѕ title with itѕ bеаutу. Thе island contains mаnу different tеmрlеѕ; thе biggеѕt temple iѕ dеdiсаtеd tо the Hindu Gоddеѕѕ Shivа. It соntаinѕ a marvellous statue of Sadhashiva, whiсh is аbоut 6 mеtrеѕ tall.

  2. Thе Hаji Ali Masjid (Mоѕquе)

    Thiѕ mаgnifiсеnt mоѕԛuе iѕ аlѕо knоwn undеr the nаmе Hаji Ali Dаrgаh. It iѕ оnе of thе bеѕt-knоwn lаndmаrkѕ of Mumbai аnd аttrасtѕ mаnу tourists еvеrу уеаr. Like аll mоѕԛuеѕ, it iѕ nоt ореn fоr tоuriѕtѕ оn Fridays. It contains the tоmb of Hаji Ali; legends ѕау thаt Hаji Ali died in Mecca while реrfоrming thе mаndаtоrу pilgrimage оf Iѕlаm. Any Muѕlim thаt has реrfоrmеd this еаrnѕ thе title Haji. The Tоwеrѕ оf this impressive Mosque аrе about 26 metre high аnd hаvе thе same whitе соlоur аѕ the rest оf building.

  3. Chhаtrараti Shivаji Mаhаrаj Vаѕtu Sangrahalaya

    One оf thе mоѕt рорulаr рlасеѕ tо ѕее in Mumbаi iѕ thе Chhаtrараti Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sаngrаhаlауа (Prince оf Wаlеѕ Muѕеum). This mаgnifiсеnt building wаѕ designed by thе ѕаmе аrсhitесt thаt аlrеаdу mаdе the Gateway of India. It contains thе lаrgеѕt museum оf whоlе Mumbаi аnd displays Exhibitѕ nоt оnlу frоm Mumbаi but аlѕо frоm all over Indiа. It аlѕо diѕрlауѕ exhibits that ѕhоw architecture and relics frоm аll rеligiоnѕ thаt are hоmе in Mumbаi. Thе muѕеum is ореn to viѕitоrѕ ѕinсе 1923. To еxрlоrе thiѕ hugе museum it is bеѕt if уоu рlаn a fеw hоurѕ for уоur trip.

  4. Thе Saint Thоmаѕ Cаthеdrаl

    Thе Sаint Thomas cathedral was thе firѕt Anglican Church that was built in whоlе India. It wаѕ built in 1718 аnd iѕ thе оldеѕt Britiѕh construction thаt is еxiѕting in Mumbai. The аrсhitесturе of thiѕ building iѕ simply bеаutiful аnd еѕресiаllу thе ѕtаinеd glаѕѕ windows in thе сhurсh аrе vеrу imрrеѕѕivе.

  5. Thе Rаjаbа (Clock) Tоwеr

    The Rаjаbа (Clосk) Tоwеr is yet аnоthеr lаndmаrk in Mumbai. It wаѕ designed bу an Engliѕh аrсhitесt whilе it was раid for bу an Indiаn businessman. Thiѕ businessman оffеrеd tо pay the expenses оf thе building if it wоuld bе nаmеd аftеr hiѕ mоthеr (Rаjаbа). The tower, which hаѕ bееn built in gothic аrсhitесturе ѕtуlе, wаѕ соmрlеtеd in 1878 and took 9 years fоr соnѕtruсtiоn. It is mаdе of Kurla ѕtоnе and has beautifully stained windоwѕ.

  6. Flоrа Mountain

    If уоu viѕit Mumbаi уоu ѕhоuld tаkе thе timе tо wаtсh thе Flоrа Fоuntаin. It is located right in thе middlе оf thiѕ buѕу сitу аnd it iѕ lосаtеd аt the fork оf 5 ѕtrееtѕ. Thе fountain was build in 1864 and ѕhоwѕ the roman goddess flоrа, which was оnе of the several fеrtilitу gоddеѕѕеѕ оf the rоmаn mуthоlоgу. The fоuntаin iѕ аn еxtrа оrdinаrу beautiful ѕight аnd even thе known Pоеt Niranajan Bhagat wrote аbоut thе bеаutу оf thiѕ fоuntаin.

  7. Juhu Bеасh

    Onе оf thе mоѕt bеаutiful and rеlаxing places to see in Mumbai is the Juhu Bеасh. The bеасh thоugh being a tоuriѕt attraction iѕ nоt tоо сrоwdеd and wеll ѕuitеd fоr a rеlаxеd dау in Mumbаi. Its lосаtеd in thе west оf Mumbаi аnd mаnу different сuiѕinеѕ аrе offered in the restaurants аlоng thе beach. Mаnу Bоllуwооd ѕtаrѕ аrе living nеxt to this brilliаnt beach, such as Amitabh Bасhаn оr Hritik Rоѕhаn.

Accommodation in Mumbаi

Frоm еxсеllеnt rооm facilities tо dining орtiоnѕ, frоm buѕinеѕѕ аnd conference fасilitiеѕ tо hеаlth аnd recreation options, Mumbаi hоtеlѕ hаѕ it all to mаkе уоur hоlidау a mеmоrаblе еxреriеnсе. From state-of-the-art buѕinеѕѕ facilities to luxurious ѕра massages, thе hоtеlѕ bеliеvе in оffеring its guеѕtѕ mаximum luxury аnd mаximum соmfоrt! Aраrt frоm luxurу 5 ѕtаr hоtеlѕ, Mumbai bоаѕtѕ оf a rаngе оf budgеt аnd economy сlаѕѕ hotels also.


The сlimаtе оf Mumbаi is wаrm аnd humid thrоughоut thе уеаr. From Nоvеmbеr tо Fеbruаrу, thе ѕkiеѕ аrе clear, and thе temperature is сооlеr. From Mаrсh tо mid Junе, the tеmреrаturе iѕ wаrm аnd humid. Mid Junе iѕ the bеginning оf mоnѕооn, bringѕ tоrrеntiаl rains ѕоmеtimеѕ diѕruрt thе сitу lifе соmрlеtеlу. Thе average rаinfаll in Mumbai is 180 сmѕ. Mоnѕооn еndѕ bу thе end оf September. Oсtоbеr iѕ соmраrаtivеlу hоt and humid.


Mani Bhavan

Mani Bhavan on Laburnum Road in the Gamdevi district of Mumbai was the focus of Gandhi's political activities in Mumbai between 1917 and 1934. At that time, the mansion Revashankar belonged to Jagjeevan Jhaveri, Gandhi's friend and host in Mumbai.
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Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vaastu Sangrahalaya

159-161 Mahatma Gandhi Road, Fort, Mumbai - 400023, Maharashtra, India.
The Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, CSMVS for short and formerly called the Prince of Wales Museum of Western India, is the main museum in Mumbai, Maharashtra. It was founded in the early years of the 20th century by prominent citizens of Mumbai with the help of the government to commemorate the visit of Edward VIII, the then Prince of Wales. It is located in the heart of South Mumbai near the Gateway of India. The museum was renamed in the 1990s or early 2000s after Shivaji, the founder of Maratha Empire. The building is built in the Indo-Saracen architectural style and contains elements of other architectural styles such as Mughal, Maratha and Jain. The museum building is surrounded by a garden with palm trees and flowerbeds.
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INS Vikrant

INS Vikrant was an aircraft carrier of the Majestic class of the Indian Navy. The ship was used in the Second World War as HMS Hercules for the British Royal Navy, but the construction was discontinued after the war. India acquired the incomplete aircraft carrier in 1957, and the construction was completed in 1961. Vikrant was commissioned as the first aircraft carrier of the Indian Navy and played a key role in enforcing the naval blockade of East Pakistan during the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971. In later years, the ship was extensively rebuilt to bring modern aircraft on board before it was launched January 1997 was decommissioned. Until 2012, it was kept as a museum ship in Cuffe Parade, Mumbai. In January 2014, the ship was sold via an online auction and scrapped in November 2014 following the final approval of the Supreme Court.
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National Gallery of Modern Art

The National Gallery of Modern Art is the leading art gallery of the Indian Ministry of Culture. The main museum in the Jaipur House in New Delhi was founded on 29 March 1954 by the Indian Government with subsequent branches in Mumbai and Bangalore. The collection of more than 14,000 works includes works by such artists as Thomas Daniell, Raja Ravi Verma, Abanindranath Tagore, Rabindranath Tagore, Gaganendranath Tagore, Nandalal Bose, Jamini Roy, Amrita Sher-Gil, and foreign artist artists. Some of the oldest surviving works date back to 1857. With an exhibition area of ​​12,000 square meters, the Delhi office is one of the largest modern art museums in the world.
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Jehangir Art Gallery

The Jehangir Art Gallery is an art gallery in Mumbai. It was founded by Sir Cowasji Jehangir at the urging of K. K. Hebbar and Homi Bhabha. It was built in 1952. Managed by the Committee of Management, the entire cost of this mansion was donated by Cowasji Jehangir. This gallery is situated at Kala Ghoda, behind the Prince of Wales Museum, in South Mumbai near the Gateway of India, and has four exhibition halls. The gallery was designed by G.M.Bhuta for G.M. Bhuta & Associates.
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Monetary Museum

A museum focused on money. It has wide expositions of coins, banknotes and everything connected with money. Very intriguing place.
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Priyadarshini Park

This park is suitable for various sports such as running or cycling. It is also an oasis of peace in the center of Mumbai.
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Brabourne Stadium

The Brabourne Stadium is a cricket ground in Mumbai, Maharashtra. The ground is owned by the Cricket Club of India. The North Stand of the Brabourne housed the Board of Control for Cricket in India headquarters and the 1983 Cricket World Cup trophy until 2006 when both were moved to the newly built Cricket Centre at the nearby Wankhede Stadium. The Brabourne Stadium hosted Test matches from 1948 to 1972, and was the venue for Bombay Pentangular matches from 1937 until 1946. After disputes over ticketing arrangements with the CCI, the Bombay Cricket Association built the Wankhede Stadium a few hundred metres north of Brabourne Stadium. After the Wankhede Stadium was built, Brabourne was no longer used for Test matches, although visiting teams played a few first-class matches at the ground. Apart from cricket, the ground has played host to tennis and football matches as well as music shows and concerts.
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Cooperage Football Ground

The Cooperage Football Stadium is a football stadium in Mumbai, India. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Mumbai F.C. and Kenkre FC. The Western India Football Association also operates from the Cooperage Ground. The Mumbai District Football Association also hold a small office. It is a venue for India's premier national league, the I-League, as well as the Mumbai Football League and Kenkre FC in the I-League 2nd Division
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Leopold Cafe

Leopold Cafe and Bar is a large and popular restaurant and bar located on Colaba Causeway in the Colaba district of Mumbai, India, opposite the Colaba Police Station. It was one of the first sites to be attacked during the Mumbai attacks in November 2008.
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Going Out

National Centre for the Performing Arts

The National Centre for the Performing Arts is a multi-venue, multi-purpose cultural centre in Mumbai, India, which aims to promote and preserve India's heritage of music, dance, theatre, film, literature and photography. It also presents new and innovative work in the performing arts field. The Centre was founded in 1969 by JRD Tata and Dr. Jamshed Bhabha,. The NCPA is also the home of the Symphony Orchestra of India, which was established by NCPA in 2006. In 2010 the orchestra performed Beethoven's 9th Symphony in Moscow at the 5th World Symphony Orchestra Festival - the first time an orchestra from India had performed there.
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National Centre for the Performing Arts

The National Centre for the Performing Arts is a multi-venue, multi-purpose cultural centre in Mumbai, India, which aims to promote and preserve India's heritage of music, dance, theatre, film, literature and photography. It also presents new and innovative work in the performing arts field. The Centre was founded in 1969 by JRD Tata and Dr. Jamshed Bhabha,. The NCPA is also the home of the Symphony Orchestra of India, which was established by NCPA in 2006. In 2010 the orchestra performed Beethoven's 9th Symphony in Moscow at the 5th World Symphony Orchestra Festival - the first time an orchestra from India had performed there.
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Girgaum Chowpatty Beach

Girgaon Chowpatty, commonly known as Chaupati, is one of the famous public beaches that adjoin Marine Drive in the Girgaon area of ​​Mumbai (India). The beach is known for its Ganesh Visarjan celebrations as thousands of people from all over Mumbai and Pune come to immerse the idols of Lord Ganesh in the Arabian Sea. It is also one of the many places in the city where every year the "RAMLILA" is performed on a stage. An image of Ravan set up in the sand is burned at the end of the 10-day show. You can find several bhelpuri, panipuri, ragda patties and pav bhaji vendors on the beach. On the road that ran along the beach, Ajmal Kasab, the only terrorist of the 26/11 attacks, was caught and arrested. A bronze statue of Tukaram Omble, the policeman who participated in the capture of Kasab, was deployed on 26 November 2009
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Mumbai Natural History Society

The Bombay Natural History Society, founded on 15 September 1883, is one of the largest non-governmental organisations in India engaged in conservation and biodiversity research. It supports many research efforts through grants and publishes the Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society. Many prominent naturalists, including the ornithologists Sálim Ali and S. Dillon Ripley, have been associated with it. The society is commonly known by its initials, BNHS. BNHS is the partner of BirdLife International in India. It has been designated as a 'Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation' by the Department of Science and Technology.
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Pherozeshah Mehta Gardens (Hanging Gardens)

Hanging Gardens in Mumbai, also known as Pherozeshah Mehta Gardens, are terraced gardens located on the western side of Malabar Hill, directly opposite Kamala Nehru Park. They offer sunset views over the Arabian Sea and feature numerous hedgerows carved in animal shapes. The park was built in 1881 by Ulhas Ghapokar over the main basin of Bombay. Some say that they should protect the water from potentially contaminating activities of the nearby towers of silence. Seen from the air, the walkway in the park spells the letters PMG in italics.
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Flora Fountain

Flora Fountain at Hutatma Chowk is a decorative and exquisitely designed architectural monument located at the south end of historic Dadabhai Naoroji Road, Mile Long Road, in the Fort Mumbai business district in Mumbai, India. Flora Fountain, built in 1864, is a fusion of water, architecture and sculpture, depicting the Roman goddess Flora. It was built at a total price of Rs. 47,000 or 9,000 pounds sterling, a large sum these days.
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Horniman Circle Garden

The Horniman Circle Gardens is a large park in South Mumbai, India, which encompasses an area of 12,081 square yards. It is situated in the Fort district of Mumbai, and is surrounded by office complexes housing the country's premier banks. Designed to be a large open space with grand buildings in the middle of the walled city, the area had been known as Bombay Green in the 18th century, while the area around it was called Elphinstone Circle. Following India's independence in 1947, the area was renamed in honour of Benjamin Horniman, editor of The Bombay Chronicle newspaper, who supported Indian independence.
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Chor Bazaar

"Chor Bazaar, located near Bhendi Bazaar in South Mumbai near Kamathipura", is one of the largest flea markets in India. The area is one of the tourist attractions of Mumbai. The word choir means thief in Marathi and Hindi. It is believed that the market was originally called Shor Bazaar, which means noisy market.
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Colaba Causeway Market

Colaba Causeway, officially known as Shahid Bhagat Singh Road, is a commercial road and important causeway or land link between Colaba and the Isle of the Old Woman in the city of Mumbai, India. It is located near the Fort area and east of Cuffe Parade, a posh district in South Mumbai. Nearby are the famous attractions of Mumbai, the Gateway of India and the Taj Mahal Palace & Tower.
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Crawford Market

Crawford Market, Marathi: महात्मा ज्योतिबा फुले मंडई is one of the most famous markets in South Mumbai. It was named after Arthur Crawford, the city's first municipal commissioner. The market was later named after Mahatma Jotirao Phule after a long struggle by Mahatma Phule Smarak Samiti's president, Mukundraoji Bhujbal Patil. The market is located opposite the Mumbai Police Headquarters, north of Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Station and west of the JJ flyover at a busy intersection. The market houses a wholesale market for fruits, vegetables and poultry. An end of the market is a pet shop. There are several types of dogs, cats and birds in this area. There, even endangered species are sold illegally. Most sellers in the market sell imported items such as groceries, cosmetics, household goods, and gift items. It was the most important fruit market in Mumbai until March 1996, when the wholesalers were relocated to Navi Mumbai.
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Fashion Street

Fashion Street refers to a collection of over 385 street clothing stores on MG Road near Azad Maidan and is located across from Bombay Gymkhana in south Mumbai, India. The market is located directly opposite the VSNL office building on Mahatma Gandhi Road. It is a popular tourist destination and is known for negotiations. In January 2011, the Fashion Street market, part of BMC's green drive along with the Fashion Street Shopowners' Association, stopped using plastic bags and switched to a paper bag made by the National Blind Association's training workshop. It is a very big shopping place in Mumbai.
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Gateway of India

The Gateway of India is an arched monument built in the 20th century in Bombay, India. The monument was erected in memory of the landing of King George V and Queen Mary in Apollo Bunder during their visit to India in 1911. Built in the Indo-Saracen style, the foundation stone for the Gateway of India was laid on March 31, 1911 is a basalt arch, 26 meters high. The final design by George Wittet was approved in 1914 and the monument was completed in 1924. The gateway was later used as a symbolic ceremony access for viceroys and new governors from Bombay to India. It was used for entry and access to India. The Gateway of India is located on the shores of Apollo Bunder at the end of Chhatrapati Shivaji Marg in southern Mumbai, overlooking the Arabian Sea. The monument was also called Taj Mahal of Mumbai and is the main tourist attraction of the city.
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Chatrapathi Shivaji Terminus

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus, formerly known as the Victoria Terminus, is a historic train station and a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, which serves as the headquarters of Central Railways. The station was designed by Frederick William Stevens based on the concept of Victorian Italianate Gothic Revival architecture and was intended to be a similar revival of Indian Goth architecture. The station was built in 1887 in the Bori Bunder area of ​​Mumbai to commemorate the Queen's Golden Jubilee. The new station was built south of the old railway station Bori Bunder. It is one of the busiest stations in India and serves as a terminal for both long-distance and local trains. The station's name was changed from Victoria Terminus to Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus in March 1996 in honor of Emperor Chhatrapati Shivaji, founder of the Maratha Empire. In 2017, the station was renamed Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus again.
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Mumbai Zoo

Jijamata Udyaan, formerly known as Raani Baag after the original British name Victoria Gardens and now also known as Veermata Jijabai Bhosale Udyan & Zoo, is a zoo and a 50-acre garden in Byculla, in the heart of Mumbai, India. It is the oldest public garden in Mumbai. In 1835, the British government granted the Agro Horticultural Society of Western India a large piece of land in Sewri for a botanical garden. This land was later acquired for a European burial ground.
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Marine Drive

Marine Drive is a 3.6-kilometer boulevard in South Mumbai, Mumbai. The street was built by the late philanthropist Bhagojisheth Keer & Pallonji Mistry. It is a 'C' shaped six-lane concrete road along the coast, which is a natural bay. The road connects Nariman Point with Babulnath and Malabar Hill. Marine Drive is located on reclaimed land to the west to southwest. A promenade is parallel to this street. Marine Drive is also known as the Queen's necklace because the street lights look like a string of pearls in a necklace at night from a raised point along the driveway.
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Mumba Devi Temple

Zaveri Bazaar, Bhuleshwar, South Mumbai, India
Mumba Devi Mandir is an ancient temple in the city of Mumbai, Maharashtra, dedicated to the goddess Mumbā, the local incarnation of Devi. Marathi Mumbā comes from Sanskrit While Hindu sects dedicated to the goddess Mumbadevi were already attested in the 15th century, the temple is said to have been built in 1675 near the main landing site of the former Bori Bunder Creek on the north wall of the English Fort Saint George from a Hindu woman named Mumba. The creek and fortress have now come down to a point where they remember the past of the city.
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Jain Temple

Mumbai has one of the largest populations of Jains among all cities in India. There are also many Jain temples in Mumbai. One of the best known is the Babu Amichand Panalal Adishwarji Jain Temple, Walkeshwar. Jains are among the most affluent communities in Mumbai, with a number of large companies and industries dominated by them.
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Rajabai Clock Tower

Next to the High Court Fort Campus Karmaveer Bhaurao Patil Marg Fort, Mumbai Maharashtra 400032, India
The Rajabai Clock Tower is a clock tower in southern Mumbai, India. It is located in the confines of the fort campus of the University of Mumbai. It stands at an altitude of 85 m. The tower is part of the Mumbai Victorian and Art Deco Ensemble, which was added to the list of World Heritage Sites in 2018.
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Mumbai High Court

Bombay High Court is one of India's oldest Supreme Courts. It is located in Mumbai, Maharashtra. His responsibilities include the states of Maharashtra and Goa and the Union territories Daman and Diu and Dadra and Nagar Haveli. The Supreme Court has regional branches in Nagpur and Aurangabad in Maharashtra and Panaji, the capital of Goa. The first Chief Justice, the Attorney General and the Attorney General of Independent India were from this court. Since the independence of India, 22 judges of this court have been sentenced to the Supreme Court, and 8 of them were the Chief Justice of India. In addition to his appointment, the court has original jurisdiction. The decisions of this court can only be appealed to the Supreme Court of India. The Mumbai High Court has a sanctioned strength of 94 judges. The building is part of the Victorian and Art Deco Ensemble of Mumbai, which was added to the list of World Heritage Sites in 2018.
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Babunath Temple

Babulnath is an ancient Shiva temple in Mumbai, India. Located on a small hill near Girgaon Chowpatty, it is one of the oldest temples in the city. Shiva in the form of the Lord of the Babul Tree is the main deity in this temple. The believers climb up to the temple and receive darshan from the shivling and receive the blessing of the Lord. It is also possible to take the elevator to the temple. The temples are visited by devotees at the annual Mahashivratri festival of Lakhs.
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YMCA International House

18 YMCA Road (Club Back Road), Mumbai

Gordon House Hotel

5 Battery Street, 400039, Mumbai

Hotel Kumkum

165 Lamington Street, 400007, Mumbai

Aashiyana dormitory

Dr Dadabhai Naoroji Road


15 Walton Road

Hotel Silver Moon

Kazi Syed Street

Travellers Inn

26 Adi Murzban Path, 400001, Mumbai

Maria Lodge

Silver Moon