As soon as we take the name of Mumbai, the first name in our mind comes from Gateway of India. This monument is a perfect blend of Hindu and Muslim architecture. Located in Colaba, Mumbai, the Gateway of India is an architectural marvel and its height is about eight floors. Keeping in mind both the Hindu and Muslim forms of architecture, it was constructed in 1911 to commemorate the visit of the king. It was built in the winter of 1911 en route to the Delhi Durbar for the visit of King George V and his wife Queen Mary to Mumbai. Built in the Indo-Saracenic style, the foundation stone of the Gateway of India was laid. Located on the waters edge of Mumbai harbor, The Gateway of India is a grand and attractive structure. The 26 meter high structure has become the hallmark of the city of Mumbai. A trip to Mumbai is incomplete without you taking a photo with the Gateway of India in the background. The Gateway of India is close to the buyers paradise Causeway and some of the famous restaurants in South Mumbai such as Bad Mian, Cafe Mondegar and the famous Cafe Leopold.
This is the dream destination for buyers. Bags and junk jewelery are easily available in addition to the trendy out fits on the linking road in Bandra. Along with this, branded clothes and jewelery are also available. However, when shopping, do negotiate.
This is nothing short of a paradise for buyers. This is the best market for shopping, especially on a low budget. There are more than 100 shops in a line. Where you can buy everything you need.
It is considered the largest market in Causeway Street Shopping. However, there are many restaurants and bakeries in the market. Where you can relax and taste the flavors of street food. In this market you can buy everything you need on a low budget.
Temple It is one of the oldest temple in Mumbai. The city of Mumbai is named after this temple. Somvanshi Kshatriyas and people of the agricultural society have immense reverence for Mumba Devi. Everyday a large number of people come to see Mumba Devi.