MUMBAI TALES: LIVE LIFE IN MUMBAI

     By   Brishti Mukherjee




MUMBAI TALES: LIVE LIFE IN MUMBAI

THE CITY THAT NEVER SLEEPS:Mumbai (formerly called Bombay) is a densely populated city on India’s west coast. A financial center, it's India's largest city. On the Mumbai Harbor waterfront stands the iconic Gateway of India stone arch, built by the British Raj in 1924. Offshore, nearby Elephanta Island holds ancient cave temples dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva. The city's also famous as the heart of the Bollywood film industry. It is an advanced city whose history is presently quick blurring into lack of clarity. Albeit numerous may not know the anecdote about the introduction of this wonderful city, Mumbai Kars are enthusiastic about their rich past and legacy. The name Mumbai is an eponym, got from the name of a neighborhood Goddess called Mumba Devi.
The historical backdrop of this lovely city goes back to the development of the seven islands, specifically Colaba, Mazagaon, Mahim, Parel, Bombay Island, Worli and Old Woman's Island. This gathering of islands in fact framed a piece of the kingdom of Ashoka, the well-known Buddhist sovereign of India. Following the demise of the lord, the responsibility for islands was passed on and they were later colonized by various distinctive rulers. 


From the mid nineteenth century, the city went under a huge remaking and furthermore encountered a lift in the economy amid the American Civil War. Aside from the remaking and the proprietorship, Mumbai (beforehand called Bombay) has likewise been observer to mass massacres amid the Second World War and the Hindu-Muslim Riots. A progression of repairs and fights later, the city was authoritatively considered as the capital of the province of Maharashtra. Parchment promote for additional on Mumbai and its legacy.
Lights, camera, action… these three words most precisely depict the shining city of dreams. Home to the greatest and the most proudly flashy film industry, Bollywood, Mumbai is a cosmic system of stars that sparkle an alternate light. On the off chance that you are nibbled by the drifter bug, don't hesitate to get hold of a roomy rucksack, stack it with mineral water and tidbits and set out to investigate Mumbai in all its wonderfulness. You will be shocked at the wonderful design of the past that still keeps goingand the shopping choices. Diners are spread all finished and a chilled lager is a prepared buddy for the exhausted however exploratory explorer.

Drilling down the Lost and the Latest Places in Mumbai


1.The Gateway of India:


Apollo Bunder, Chhatrapati Shivaji Marg and PJ Ramchandani Marg in antiquated circumstances, the Gateway of India was the section point for merchants. It was likewise the leave purpose of the British East India Company in 1947. Worked to honor the landing of Queen Mary and King George V in 1924, the Gateway offers an awesome perspective of the Arabian Sea and is lit up during the evening to add to the quality.
What's extremely intriguing is the eccentric play of light at various edges of lights that enlighten the structure. A 180-degree see exhibits red, blue, yellow, and green lights-a visual pleasure. Around the Gateway are the Yacht Club and the Taj Mahal Hotel.

Area: Shaheed Bhagat Singh Marg.
Set foot into this current customer's sanctuary, spotted with diners, and you will take a gander at a standout amongst the richest territories of Mumbai. Drop in to Leopold Café for a brew and fish n' chips or group into the neighboring Café Mondegar that has a juke box in plain view that additionally plays pop, nation, or exemplary music.
Shopping Tip: An unquestionable requirement visit on the off chance that you adore oxidized junky adornments.

3.Kala Ghoda:

Area: Mahatma Gandhi Road
The Kala Ghoda Arts celebration, held each year in the principal seven-day stretch of February for nine days features innovative versions of expressions from crosswise over and around. A few slows down show a multicolored blend of articles, for the most part painstaking work, available to be purchased. Engineering delights illuminated incorporate David Sasson Library, Rajabai Clock Tower, Prince of Whales Museum, The National Gallery of Modern Art, and the Kenneseth Eliyahoo Synagogue.
Travel-time Tip:If you are arranging an outing to Mumbai, first seven-day stretch of February will be the best time. The mugginess is yet to set in and the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival is a clear fascination.


4.Victoria Terminus:

Area: Ahead of Crawford Market
Previously known as Victoria Terminus, Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST) was worked in 1888. The ideal mélange of Indian and British building outlines, the station was composed by British draftsman F.W. Stevens. A noteworthy center of the trade exercises, the station was named after Queen Victoria.
A noteworthy piece of the engineering mirrors the outlines of the last piece of the nineteenth century and the Victorian Gothic styles. Symmetrical on the east and west hub, Victoria Terminus was worked by a C-formed arrangement. Looking like nearly to the models of the Indian Palaces with proportional columns of curved structures, lines, and windows, the CST has a high arch, which goes about as the point of convergence of the structure.
Flanking the passage are figures of two lions speaking to India and Great Britain. While the inside of the building contains Italian marble, the outsides incorporate sandstone and limestone. The CST alongside 18 railroad lines additionally makes out of the fundamental home office, grotesques, the Star Chamber and the North Wing.
5.Haji Ali Mosque:

The dargah is known for its devout feeling and the long stretchy thoroughfare, semi-submerged in water that prompts it. It is said that amid high tide, the thoroughfare totally submerges in water and one needs to hold up till the water dies down to cross. We propose that you visit Haji Ali without a doubt. It is genuinely a groundbreaking knowledge.


6.MAHALAXMI TEMPLE


Area: Mahalaxmi 
The sanctuary is committed to Goddess Laxmi, the goddess of riches and success. Super swarmed, particularly on ends of the week, yet justified regardless of a visit. Found close-by is the renowned Mahalaxmi Race Course. Stallion hustling anybody?



7.Band Stand:

Area: Bandra
A short auto-rickshaw ride far from Carter Road, Band Stand is well known for Shahrukh Khan's house, Mannat, Salman Khan's Galaxy Tower, and Hotel Taj Land's End. Washing waves, various people, and individuals staying nearby to get a look at the King Khan. Marvelous.





7.JUHU BEACH



Area: Juhu Tara Road, Juhu
Juhu Beach, a most loved with all who come to Mumbai. Cool wind, bhelpuri, sweet corn, and the delightful kala khatta, and so on and it’s all sold here. A visit to this noticeable spot is an unquestionable requirement.



8.Shree Siddhivinayak Temple

Shree Siddhivinayak Ganapati Mandir is the most popular & significant places of worship of Shree Ganesh in India.Shree Siddhivinayak Temple of Mumbai located in Prabhadevi is counted amongst the most venerated temples of India. It is dedicated to Lord Ganesha, the Elephant God.



9,Borivali National Park


Area: Borivali. A characteristic break inside the concretized reality of Mumbai. Situated in rural Mumbai, Borivali National stop is loaded with greenery and is a prominent cookout spot. Best time to visit is at sunrise.




10.ELEPHANTA CAVES:


Off Mumbai Coast This is an UNESCO World Heritage Site. You need to procure a pontoon to ship you to the Elephanta Islands. Devoted to Lord Shiva, the holes contain some brilliant cases of model.




Places to See around Mumbai


LONAVALA

A 1.5-hour drive from Mumbai, this is your first stop to everlasting break. A flawless end of the week escape from Mumbai with your adored one.
Love Tip: Just whisk her away on a bicycle and amazement her with an end of the week loaded with fellowship.





Khandala
Khandala has plethora of sites to be scouted by the folks thronging from wide and far in search of unlimited fun and relaxation. All those who want to take a taste and feel of its attractions, make it to this place in next to no time for wholesome and wonderful experiences.A few kilometers away from Lonavala, this hilly haven is a place to visit for sure.

ALIBAUG

 Alibag is a coastal town, you can expect to find delectable and amazingly fresh seafood in and around. The town is famous for the choicest seafood catch that comprises of lobsters, prawns, pomfret and crab. For those looking for the town's special cut of meat, many restaurants serve the 'Bombay Duck', made with the freshest spices and the local curry.Alibag, kissed and bordered by the Arabian Sea, is known for its palatial sea forts, local fish delicacies and the virgin, sun-kissed beaches. A trip to Alibag is the ideal weekend getaway from the hustle-bustle of cosmopolitan lives. Located just 95.3 km from Mumbai, Alibag can be reached by NH 66 in about 2 hours. The name Alibag literally translates to 'the garden of Ali'. Located in the Konkan region of Raigad, this tourist hub is the ideal place for people looking for sun, serenity and solace. Surrounded by sea on all sides, Alibag is also known as the 'Goa of Maharashtra'. The town borders a famous Israeli-Jewish region, and is home to over thousands of families of Jewish descent. One of the most popular synagogues, called the Israel Ali, is also located in this city. Set amidst the backdrop of the Arabian Sea, Alibag is home to tranquil waters and lacunae beaches. The town can also be reached by ferry from Mumbai and is a perfect tourist spot for both young and old. Read on to know more.

MATHERAN
Matheran is a most renowned and coolest Hill Station arranged in Karjat Tahsil, Raigad District of Maharashtra, India. Matheran is the littlest slope station of India. It is situated on the scope of Western Ghats at tallness of 800 m (2625 Feet) above ocean level. The name Matheran implies either 'Backwoods on Top' or 'Forest overhead'. Matheran is situated around 90 km from Mumbai, 120 km from Pune and around 320 km from Surat. Matheran is marvelous place for to put in end of the week. Matheran as a Hill Station was found by a British, Mr. Tremendous Mallet, the then Collector of Thane, in 1850. Matheran is an eco-touchy district, proclaimed by the Ministry of Environment and Forest, Government of India. It is one of only a handful couple of spots on the planet where vehicles are not permitted, whichmakes the place not quite the same as others. Matheran takes you over a hundred years back in time when there were no vehicles. On account of vehicles being restricted in Matheran, the place is very tranquil in spite of the a great many lakhs coming to visit consistently. There are heaps of post focuses that give dynamite perspectives of the encompassing slopes and valleys. Matheran has a sensibly thick timberland cover.


PANCHGANI

A Majestic slope station at an elevation of 4242 ft over the ocean level, Panchgani is an acclaimed goal for its normal magnificence that tempts the visitors from various parts of the world. It would fill in as a midyear withdraw for British authorities. It is offered with excellent frontier period houses, timberlands, cool vibe, outside air, woody areas and some more. The goal is additionally well known for universal quality training and there are a few school offering wash offices for the children. It is an abode of a few plants animal categories like silver oaks and poinsettia improving the magnificence of this place.


MAHABALESHWAR

The highest hill station in the Western Ghats of Maharashtra, Mahabaleshwar is situated at 1372 meters around Lake Vienna,
Mahabaleshwar is Sanskrit for God of Great Power. It was summer capital of Governor of the old Bombay Presidency. Covering 10 sq. km. There are 30 valley viewpoints with panoramic vistas scattered around the hill station and their access roads make for shady, pleasant walks and treks. The area has strong historical connections with Shivaji, the heroic Maratha warrior king.
The Britishers built various mansions, cottages and bungalows around the town, lending it a charming, sophistication. The place is popular with tourists, especially from Mumbai and Pune, wanting to take a break from the rush of rat race. the hill-station is very crowded during vacations like Christmas& Diwali and insummers.

PUNE

All that's needed is 3 hours to achieve Pune from Mumbai through the awesome Mumbai-Pune-Mumbai express expressway. A smaller than expected metro in its own right, the city is well known for its schools, open private provinces, and liquefy in-the-mouth heated merchandise. Keep in mind to get a bagful of Wine Biscuits on your way back


Nasik

A 7-hours drive from Mumbai, Nasik is known for its oranges and flavorful Alphonso mangoes amid summers. Another enjoyment for wine experts is the Sula Vineyards. Book yourself a stay for a couple of days for an entire ordeal. Most appropriate when you are on a sentimental occasion.






Keep in mind to convey this movement basics list along on your outing to Mumbai and around and keep matching the “Tales of Mumbai”




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