Mumbai Off The Beaten Path

  • St. Stephen's Church, Jan 2014
    St. Stephen's Church, Jan 2014
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    Jan 2014
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    Revisiting in Jan 2014
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  • 1. DAY TRIPS AROUND MUMBAI

    Out of the many treks in the Sahyadri region, Rajmachi is one of the most beautiful places to visit. I had been reading about treks near Mumbai for some time and finally along with 7 friends decided...

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  • 2. MISCELLANEOUS

    India's richest man Mukesh Ambani's home, Antilia is located in Altamount Rd, Tardeo, Mumbai. The building is 27 stories high, but since some ceilings are of double height, it's closer to the size of...

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  • 3. ENTERTAINMENT

    SUPERDOME- Superdrome is one of the best sports- cum-leisure centres in the city. Conveniently located in Tardeo, it offers an entire gamut of facilities There are 4 AMF Bowling lanes as well as 6 AMF...

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  • 4. INDIAN MOVIE SCENE

    Castella de Aquada(“Fort of the waterpoint”) is also known as the Bandra fort. It is located at Land’s End in Bandra and was built by the Portuguese in 1640 as a watchtower Overlooking Mahim Bay,the...

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  • 5. PROMENADES

    Located northwest of South Bombay, Bandra is one of the wealthiest suburbs/ neighbourhoods in greater Mumbai. It was once a completely separate port town from Bombay, but rapid urban growth swallowed...

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  • 6. FESTIVALS

    International Film Festivals in Mumbai The Pumelo Independent Film Festival(PIFF) ( http://www.pumelo.com ) is from February 25th to 1st March of 2007 in Mumbai, India. They have a competition for the...

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  • 7. Bandra - Saint Stephen's Church

    Tucked away between trees and towers, this tiny church is dedicated to Saint Stephen. It was built in 1845, as the first Anglican church in Bandra, which had...

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  • 8. "Learn some Hindi"

    As a tourist, I got a lot of hassle in India from rickshaw drivers, shopkeepers, hotel owners and general touts. The best thing I ever did was to learn to say...

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  • 9. Fishing and the Kolis

    Mumbau was once an archipelago of several islands and inhabited by the Kolis. These were the tribal fisherfolk who still exist today and live in native villages...

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  • 10. Island Fisherfolk

    The island only takes up 6 sq miles. As you approach Elephanta island you will see a small fishing village near the waters edge. This is one of only three on...

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  • 11. Horniman Circle

    Horniman Circle Laid out in 1869, on the site of the old Bombay Green and originally called Elphinstone Circle, Horniman Circle is the epicentre of the Fort...

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  • 12. Bandra

    Bandra is the new face of Mumbai. it's a prosperous, modish suburb that reflects the desire of Mumbai's middle class to engage with the global culture of fast...

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  • 13. See Mumbais very own Castle

    Every year in Nov / Dec the navy opens up the Bombay Fort , an impressive structure 5 mins from regal cinema . Situated within the naval base it opens only for...

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  • 14. Get in touch with a local...

    Get in touch with a local person and try to attend a Hindu wedding. Indian weddings are extremely lavish affairs. you'll be dazzled by bright colorful, good...

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  • 15. Bombay has some wonderful Art...

    Bombay has some wonderful Art Deco architecture and design, most of it swallowed up by the overwhelming urban congestion. My favorites include the Eros Theatre,...

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  • 16. The taxi driver/tour guide...

    The taxi driver/tour guide drove me to a spot where clothes were being laundered manually. The scene was very Dickensian and this is where your clothes are...

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  • 17. Monsoon palace at dusk

    Here's a photo taken at dusk, from our hotel room in Udaipur, looking towards the Monsoon Palace. You can just see a white glow on the distant hilltop -- that's...

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  • 18. Chor Bazar ( not sure of the...

    Chor Bazar ( not sure of the spelling again). This is a bazar where you can buy absolutely everything! Car engines to bananas. A lot of people and a lot of...

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  • 19. People

    People in Mumbai were really friendly. This woman in the train was joking with me and we had a nice time

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  • 20. A Beautiful morning in...

    A Beautiful morning in mahabaleshwar.warning!! u will rarely see a bright sunny day in monsoon season(july-sep),sun seekers stay off during this period.:))

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