Hotel Rosewood

Tulsiwadi, opp. A/C Market, Tardeo, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400 034, India
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Internal flight from Chandigarh to Mumbai

by sam_999

I am trying to book internal flight and with Yatra.com, i am getting a fare but when i speak to CSA (uk site) he is refering me to a different airline saying that those tickets are not available. yet, on line i can get the tickets and the site is asking for the payment.

Then i called yatra.com (indian number) aand CSA is saying the lower fare is available but they do not accept Int credit cards via telephone booking but I may be able to book on line with Int credit cards.

has any one used this site, why is the UK number agaent trying to sell me at higher fare on different airline. has any one booked on yatra and experienced this, is this agent OK?

Sam

Re: Internal flight from Chandigarh to Mumbai

by Durfun

Hi,

Try these sites:
www.makemytrip.com or www.cleartrip.com

Re fares, often foreigners get charged higher rates, and many websites enforce this by only accepting Indian-issued credit cards & bookings by Indian nationals.

Hope you have more success with the above websites.

Best

D

Re: Internal flight from Chandigarh to Mumbai

by Avijayan

Most of these online sites in India add a fee on top of the airline's fare, not like in Europe and America where one gets better deals from online reservations.

Strongly suggest you to book with the airlines directly :

www.jetairways.com
www.flykingfisher.com
www.spicejet.com

Good luck.

Re: Internal flight from Chandigarh to Mumbai

by Durfun

Thanks, that's handy info. I didn't know this :)

Travel Tips for Mumbai

Basic of Hindi

by mili_143

These are some Important hindi phrases so that you can communicate here easily.

Greetings :

Hello : Namaste
How are you? : Aap Kaise Hai ?
I am fine : Hum theek hai
See you later : Phir milenge
Where are you going ? : Aap kaha ja rahe hai?
Whats Your name? : Aap ka naam kya hai?
Thank you - shukriya or Dhanyavaad

Days

Monday - Somwar
Tuesday - Mangalwar
Wednesday - Budhwar
Thursday - Guruwar
Friday - Shukrwar
Saturday - Shaniwar
Sunday - Ravivar

Numbers

1- Ek
2 - Do
3- Tin
4- Chaar
5 - Panch
6- Che
7- Saat
8- Anth
9- Nau
10- Dus
20- Bees
30- Tees
40- Chalis
50- Panchas
60-Saanth
70- Sutter
80- Assi
90- Nabbe
100- Sau
500- Panch Sau
1000 - Ek hazar

Colurs

Black - kala
White - safed
Red - Lal
Yellow - Peela
Blue - Neela

yes and no

Yes - haan
no - Nahi
never mind - koi baat nahi
i dont want - muze nahi chahiye
i want it - muze chahiye
i like it - muze accha laga
i dont like ti - muze accha nahi laga
i dont understand - muze samazme nahi aya
i cant speak hindi - main hindi nahi bol sakta

Shopping

where is ....... : - .......... kaha hai
how much - kitne me diya
That is too expensive - Yeh bahut mehnga hai
Can i try it - Ise main dekh sakta hoon
Make it less - Kuch kam karo
What is the last price - Iska akhari daam kya hai

The Asiatic Library For Book Lovers!!!

by aadil

The Asiatic Library (also known earlier as the Town Hall) is located at Horniman Circle near South Mumbai and is one of the most elegant heritage buildings!!! The neo classic building took over 15 years to complete and it houses a collection of over 8,00,000 antique volumes and ancient coins as well. The library boasts of having in its collection a priceless first edition copy of Dante's Inferno!!!

Diwali- the Festival of Lights!

by rjogadiya


Diwali Festival is known as the "festival of lights", as the people traditionally light small oil lamps (called diyas) and place them around the home and its also marks the beginning of the Hindu New Year. Its normally celebrated in October-November, which is also the best time to visit India.

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Packing List

by delon

Depending on when you arrive your clothing should be:
During Summer (March-June) : Light clothing, cottons, shorts, hats/caps, sunglasses etc
During Monsoon (June-Ocober): Rain wear, water protective clothing/jackets/caps etc. The rains are pretty heavy so I'd advise proper rainwear.
During winter: It's never too cold in Bombay, in fact it ranges from a pleasant to warm season during winter, so clothing can be light/normal wear. Woollens are rarely required, while heavy winter/fur jackets are an absolute waste to carry. Most medicines are available all throughout Bombay, so unless if you have an uncommon/specific medicine/drug to carry, don't bother carrying anything more than a basic first aid kit which is also easily available anywhere in Bombay. Adjoining pic: National Centre For Modern Art (near Prince of Wales Museum) Other useful info:
Time Zone: GMT + 5 1/2 hours
Visa: All foreign visitors to India require a valid visa. A tourist visa, valid for 90 days from the date of entry, can be obtained from any Indian embassy, high
commission or consulate, an extension of visa is possible in Bombay.If a visit extends beyond 90 days, an Income Tax Clearance Certificate is required at the time of
departure. This is available from the main tax office in Bombay

places of worship 4

by tranceperent

Siddhivinayak temple
area: prabhadevi

Located at prabhadevi this splendid temple made of white marble is dedicated to lord ganesha. this is probably the most popular temple of mumbai and people from all over the city make a beeline from wee hours of the morning especially on tuesday, considered an auspicious day amongst hindus

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