TRAVELOGUE : MUMBAI
Mumbai, the city of Sri Mahalakshmi, where the goddess of fortune and abundance resides and grants favours, worshipped by countless devotees who have made Mumbai their home. Little boxes, people on people, concrete humanity. The only city where it all works, against all odds. A city within which people strive for excellence or how would they stand the pace of desperate living here. A city of crime, where the crime is not visible. A city where you feel safe no matter who, where or when you are. A city in India where a policeman will help you push your car if it stalls, but a city albeit where cars do not stall. Bright lights, neon signs, fast cars and beautiful people .
WELCOME TO MUMBAI, the city that never sleeps.
Mumbai, capital of Maharashtra and financial capital of India, home to Bollywood film industry and home to people from all over the country.
The local language spoken here is Marathi but English and Hindi are also spoken fluently. So a new visitor will not have much trouble. Temperature varies throughout the year. March- June is summer months with temperature reaching almost 40degree .June- October monsoon season with rain in full force. November to February is mainly winter months but being a coastal city the winters are mild here and pleasant weather.
The Places to see here are the : colonial architecture from the Victorian times , the Gateway of India, the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus building, the Haji ali mosque , film city .The famous Taj Mahal hotel is located just opposite the Gateway of India. The Mumbai University buildings and the High Court are also excellent examples of colonial architecture in the city. Nehru science center and Nehru planetarium are very good place to visit as they have museum and planetary views shown at both centers Mumbai has a few beaches, at Juhu, Chowpatty, Marve. In addition to this, Mumbai is also known for its own lip-smacking pau bhaji, bhel puri and kababs. Mumbai is a...
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