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Chor Bazaar :

 This is the place where one can find curios and most of the wanted items at prices, which seem so unreal. Dont be carried away with its name. It is a good place to see many unusual goods on sale.

    One of India finest architects J.M.Kadri designed this beautiful landmark building which houses Nehru Planetarium. Nehru Centre of Science is also loc...

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    200 years old historic temple of Siddhivinayak in Prabhadevi, Mumbai is the solace for thousands of devotees visiting this place daily. Lord Ganesha t...

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    Marine Drive popularly known as the Queen Necklace is the most popular tourist spot giving an enchanting view of the sun set over the Arabian Sea. It ...

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    Essel World, the first and foremost amusement park is located on Gorai Island on 64 acres of green lands. It offers thrilling and scintillating rides ...

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    Address: Haji Ali, Worli City: Mumbai State: Maharashtra Location: West India Year of Construction: 1431 Constructed By: Haji Usman Rangikar Type...

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    Goddesses Mahalaxmi, Mahakali and Maha Saraswathi are the presiding deities in this famous temple, which is constructed on the seashores attracting la...

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    Maharashtra is quite famous for its beaches since beach traveling there is pleasant the whole year. Mumbai, the capital of Maharashtra, consists of a ...

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    ISKCON, Mumbai is a part of the series of temples built across the world to propagate the message of Bhagwat Gita and raise the consciousness about Lo...

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    Gateway of India was built with yellow stone in Indo- Sarcenic style to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary to Bombay and since has ...

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    An interesting travel of about an hour by boat from the Gateway of India, passing the Mumbai harbour, and the Naval barges, takes you to Elephanta Cav...

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    According to an old Urdu account, the original Jama Masjid of Mumbai was located near Dongri. It was later detached and erected at Esplanade. In 1770,...

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    Located in Worli the Nehru Science Museum with sound light gallery has an attractive childrens section. It is the only place, which recreates the imag...

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    Borivali National Park, now known as Sanjay Gandhi National Park is situated at about 42 Kms north of Mumbai. Virgin forests spread over 104 sq kms. a...

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    People of all faiths and religions flock this Mount Mary Church in Bandra where the week long fair takes place. One can watch the sun set and the sere...

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    City: Mumbai State: Maharashtra Location: West India Year of Construction: 1780 Type of Construction: Medieval Type of Building: Temple Dedicated To: ...

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    It opened in 1986 and now houses the Discovery of India exhibition, an art gallery, theatre and restaurant. Inspired by Nehru's book of the same name,...

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    North of Crawford Market, are the narrow lanes of Kalbadevi a predominantly Muslim area hemmed in by laundry-draped chawls, which is home to a seethin...

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    The renowned Chowpatty Beach is the only beach that ornaments the central part of Mumbai. The beach is located towards the end of Marine drive and at ...

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    In the heart of commercial Fort District stands St Thomas' Cathedral. Work on the chruch commenced under Gerald Aungier, Governor of Mumbai, in 1672 a...

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    The Walkeshwar temple was originally built by the kings of the Silhara dynasty, who ruled Bombay from the 9th to the 13th century. The Banganga Tank, ...

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    A prime art gallery in the city of Mumbai Jehangir Art Gallery caters to the artistic tastes of people. This is situated behind the museum and has fou...

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    The Malabar hill offers superb views of Mumbai. On top of the Malabar hills are the Hanging gardens and Kamala Nehru Park. Named after the wife of Ind...

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    Koli Goddess Mumbadevi after whom the city was named is the presiding deity of this temple re-built in Bhuleshwar after it was destroyed in the year 1...

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    Afghan Church is an Anglican Church in Mumbai, built by the british to commemorate the dead of the First Afghan War and the disastrous 1842 retreat fr...

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    George Wittet designed this Indo- Saracenic style building, which houses the Prince of Wales Museum. It also houses a priceless collection of art, scu...

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    Located at Jogeshwari, a fun park enveloped in 30 acres of lush green landscape Fantasy Land provides many entertainment rides for those with appetite...

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    City: Mumbai State: Maharashtra Location; West India Type of Building: Temple Dedicated To: Other Religion: Hinduism Balaji Temple at Nerul, Mu...

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    Bassein Beach is situated on the west coast of Maharashtra and is about 60-70 km away from Mumbai, the financial capital of India. Very near to the Ba...

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    Mahim Nature Park Place: Bandra Sion Link Road, Mahim, Maharashtra Major Attraction: Many species of birds, butterflies and trees. Area Covered: 37 ...

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    Mumbai's Ayyappa Temple is regarded to be the only Ayyappa Temple outside Kerala state. The original name of this temple is Mini Sabarimala Shree Ayya...

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    Located in the gardens of Mumbai University, Rajabai Clock Tower consists of 5 elaborately decorated storeys. The tower is 280 ft. in height commandin...

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    The National Center of Performing Arts was established in 1966 to preserve and promote India rich cultural heritage in classical and folk music, dance...

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    The sanctuary lies among the ranges of Western Ghats in the district of Raigad. The sanctuary is also reckoned as a paradise for trekkers due to the p...

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    Sanjay Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary- Sanjay Gandhi National Park is located near Borivali in Mumbai and thus is also known as Borivali National Park. The...

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    Opened on the New Year Day in 1882, this Gothic building housing the main railway station of Mumbai was designed by F.W.Stevens and was named after th...

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    Cursetjee Fardoonjee Parekh donated this landmark structure Flora Fountain. Built in 1864, it was made of imported Poland stone and is located close t...

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    Parts of World Heritage monuments are the Ellora Caves located at about 400 kms from Mumbai. These cave monuments were patronized by Chalukya kings du...

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    Ganapatipule as the name suggest is kept after the name of lord Ganesha. Ganpatipule means lord Ganesha with sand bank. Ganpatipule beach is a treat t...

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    Mandwa-Kihim is the finest pair of beautiful destinations in the world. Mandwa and kihim are traditionally fishing villages and is really an exquisite...

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    Tarkarli Beach is located at a distance of 6 km from the south of Malvan and from Mumbai it is at a distance of 546 km. It lies on the western coa...

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    Malvan beach is situated at a distance of around 514kms from Mumbai. Earlier, Malvan was an inner island but now it is the part of mainland. Malvan...

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    General Information Area Covered- 152.810square.kilometers. Best season- April-May. Location- The sanctuary is situated in the hills of Tirora that...

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    Ballaleshwar, or more properly Bholeshwar (the Pure One) is built of black stone with an ornamental, octagonal dome. The temple is enclosed with brass...

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    The Mahalaxmi Temple is located at the northern foot of the Malabar Hill in Mumbai. The temple is oldest temple in Mumbai dedicated to Mahakali, Mahal...

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    The most remarkable characteristic of Mahim is the holy place of Makhtum Fakih Ali Paru. Of Arab origin, he studied and traveled broadly and was selec...

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    Balaji Temple at Nerul, Mumbai is the exact replica of Balaji Temple at Tirupati. This temple is built on the lines of Venkateshwara Temple at Tirupat...

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    The Hanging Gardens is located at the Malabar Hill adjoins the Sir Pherozshah Mehta Gardens. It is also known as the Kamla Nehru Park (popularly known...

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    Vihar Lake brags of being the largest of all the three lakes of Mumbai. Similar to Tulsi Lake, this lake too shares the site of Sanjay Gandhi National...

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    The Karla mountains, probably dating back to 160 BC, harbour the largest cluster of Chaitya caves. Their sheer rock faces provide the appropriate terr...

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