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Mumbai – The City of Dreams

Geography | 7-14 yrs | Reading Pod

Why Mumbai is the City of Dreams?

A sparkling and vivacious land, Mumbai, capital of Maharashtra, is the largest city of the nation. Along with being a commercial capital as well as a predominant port in India, It is also a host to the glamorous world of Bollywood, hence giving it the rightful name of being the city of dreams.

Standing strong with a balance between rags and riches, It houses Asia’s largest Slum, in Dharavi and along with it, this city tops the charts in housing maximum number of millionaires and billionaires among all the cities of India. Taj Hotel is one of the biggest hotels situated here.

This city is well connected within and out. Linking bandra in western suburbs to Worli in South Mumbai, stands a magnificent Bnadra-Worli Sea link, officially called Rajiv Gandhi Sea Link.

Mumbai has various tourist attractions. Overlooking the Arabian sea,Gateway of India offers a look back into the time of British rule. Elephanta caves, Chowpatty beach, marine drive are known to make up this city what it is today.

With torrential rains, monsoons add up to the dreamy quotient of this place.

Vada Pav is one of the local delicacies especially connected to mumbai and the spirit of the mumbaikar.

The 127 year old Dabbawalla industry, an efficient and a one-of-it’s kind business model, amazes the world with its efficient network and stories associated with it.

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