Mumbai is the capital city of the Maharashtra of an Indian State. It is situated in the west coast of India at Arabian Sea. It is formed by the combination of seven island. It is also referred as financial and entertainment capita and is the richest city of India. Earlier it was known a Bombay, in 1996 it was named as Mumbai.Mumbai has been ranked 6th among top 10 global cities on billionaire count.
Mumbai is dominated by many rulers from its early centuries. Till 14th centuries it was dominated by Hindu ruler. From 14th to 16th century it was dominated by Mughal ruler and later British came into existence in late 16th century. And after independence in 1947 it was retained by India and later formed the capital of Maharashtra. Earlier it was known as Bombay, but now it is Mumbai.
Mumbai culture is blend of different tradition, religion and people from all over world. The city offers cosmopolitan and diverse lifestyle. People from all over world can be seen here enoying their life in the happy color of the city. Mumbai resident celebrate both western and Indian festivals.As the city is birthplace of Indian Cinema by Dadasaheb Phalke, is also famous for its nightlife.
Filmcity: Officially known as Dadasaheb Phalke Chitranagri, located in Gurgaon. You can see the shootings of different movies & other daily and reality shows there.
Gateway of India: It is a monument build during British era in Mumbai. It is located behind Taj hotel in Mumbai Harbour.
Colaba:The bustling district is packed with street stall, market and malls. You can enjoy walking the street in the evening.
Crawford Market: This is largest municipal market in Mumbai.
Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus: This is city’s most extravagant Gothic building. One of Mumbai’s Railway Station is situated in this building.
Chowpatty Beach: In the evening visiting the beach as part of trip, enjoying the fresh air with the stalls nearby to eat something can be most romantic thing one can enjoy.
Rail: Mumbai is well connected to all part of India by Indian Railways. CST, Dadar & Bandra Terminus are the major station of Mumbai.
Road: Many National Highway passes through Mumbai, Buses connect to all part of Maharashtra and to some major cities of the nation.
Air: Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport is the main airport and second busiest in India. Domestic as well as International flights connect to all part of world and nation very well.
Sea: Mumbai is served by two ports, the port handle around 60% of the country’s total containerized cargo. The city is also the base of the Indian Navy.