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The City Of Dreams…

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The word Mumbai itself brings a picture of a place of crowded places, construction sites, increasing no. of skyscrapers, local trains,  street food, 24×7 awake, marine lines, and beaches…


Long way back the place was ruled by the British and thus if you walk through the southern part you will notice that there are many British monuments, buildings, parks, statues, and many places with Indian and British merge structure. 


Offshore, nearby Elephanta Island holds ancient cave temples dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva. The city's also famous as the heart of the Bollywood film industry.

  

The place is small but has a vast rail network which is also the lifeline of the people and almost 7 lakh people every day DO travel through them. The place got its first tallest tower named Imperial Twin Tower situated at Tradeo and then began the race to build the tallest among the group of developers... The next big projects are the tower in Worli named ROYAL PALAIS(99 FLOOR), the tallest one in the Lower Parel named WORLD ONE TOWER(117 FLOOR).

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The city is developing with a great pace and is tend to have better infrastructure and has also come up with a mega project of connecting the west and the east part of the city along with making the north-south connectivity better with the metro project consisting of 7 different routes and world-class design as the load over the street and the local train has already been over.


The place is also an attraction for the tourist .. the Gateway of India, Chowpatty, Marine Lines, Taj Hotel, Oberoi Hotel, and many more ..the place also has many places to have best street food one of them is the Khao Gali with a never-ending variety of food with the best taste as the city never compromise with food. 


This much for this time. Thank you.


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