to the city of merry making Mumbai formerly known as Bombay.
IT has been the Wall Street for all the businessmen in India
and It also called Hollywood of India. It is both the nation's
financial and film capital. Mumbai draws people from all over
the world with its dynamic, bustling energy. Visitors to the
city are greeted by the imposing Gateway of India. A 26-meter-high
stone archway built in 1911 to honor England's King George
and Queen Mary. Guests can enter the city and visit its wealth
of museums, galleries, and historic sites such as Elephanta
Island, which boasts 7th century temple caves. Mumbai is the
financial center Of india features unique landmarks like the
tower of the Stock Exchange building at Dalal Street. a stone
monument Hutatama Chowk (formely Flora Fountain),built in
1869 that coincidentally marks the juncture of five of the
city's main streets.
The Gateway of India is a well known hang out for the people
with their families and friends. The visitors as well as the
localities flock to the Gateway of India throughout the day
and especially in the evenings. The Gateway will remind you
of the various film scenes. You may simply sit around and
feed the pigeons or watch the wondrous waves. mumbai is great
city of more than ten million people,it is the capital of
the state of of Maharashtra and also the commercial capital
of the whole country. Center of industry, transportation,
and communication, its natural harbor on the Arabian Sea makes
its one of the world's busiest ports.
Beach or Juhu Beach welcome guests to their friendly shores
dotted with palm and coconut trees.The beautiful beaches of
the port city will not fail to entice you.The beach has been
a hot and happening hang out for people especially in the
evenings since ages. The Bhelpuri on the Chowpatty is enjoyed
as much as the pizza at any of the fast food corner. The balloon
sellers, pigeon feeds, buggy rides and snacks take up the
evenings at Mumbai. while the Pherozshah Mehta Gardens (Hanging
Gardens) are perfect for a morning run or afternoon stroll.
The Prince of Wales Museum and the Jahangir Art Gallery are
must stops for art and history buffs.
city has architectural landmarks both Victorian as well as
Indian heritage. On your holiday at Mumbai you must unravel
the treasures of the beaches, hills and the caves. you can
get involved in the bustling bazaars of Kalbadevi and Bhuleshwar.
North of Crawford market are highlighted with the Mangaldas
Market, Zaveri Bazaar, and Chor Bazaar. The lifestyle of the
people are extremes.
Travel in India - Mumbai