Mumbai, a bustling, diverse metropolis with a flair all its own. The largest city of India and capital of Maharashtra. A city of dreamers, and hard-labourers , fisher folks and ‘Crorepatis’, and lots and lots of people. Mumbai is India’s financial powerhouse, fashion epicentre and pulse point of religious tension.Mumbai, earlier known as Bombay, is undoubtedly the commercial capital of India. It owns largest slum population. The safest city where you can roam around even in the dead of night. City that never sleeps! There are restaurants and ice-cream shops and supermarkets open at 3 0’clock in the morning, just in case you forgot to have some priceless moments or some ridiculous shopping! City of festivals! If you want to know the intense and vivacity of Mumbai, you should visit Mumbai during Diwali, or during Ganesh chathurthi or Holi. Diwali Whether you follow Rama or one of the other 330 million Hindu deities, the festival of lights is a time for positivity
and joy. The end of harvest season, symbol of prosperity for poor country. It’s a time when the entire city is illuminated with lights and is truly a wonderful sight that worth for a life time to remember! Just hire a cab and get lost on streets like Juhu beach, Dadar Park, Nariman point area etc. And on sea side having IcaGolla and enjoy the fascinating fireworks!
From my travel Diary…