Harshit Shrivastava, INN/Madhya Pradesh
Twitter- @harshit29724070,@Infodeaofficial

Mumbai, recently known as Bombay is quite possibly the most crowded and greatest urban areas of Maharashtra. It is well known as the entertainment and monetary capital. It is the biggest city of India and affectionately called as the city of dreams. It’s anything but a city crowded with dreamers and individuals who buckle down day and night to accomplish their dreams. From battling entertainers, workers, Bollywood stars to criminals, Mumbai has all of it.


If you are a street food lover, give Mumbai a chance and you’ll not regret because it is known for its numerous lip-smacking dishes. Be it vegetarian or non-vegan, the dishes in Mumbai brag of rich taste, blaze and noteworthy flavors. The cooking of Mumbai covers a huge variety of fascinating, valid dishes and lively fish dishes. The staple food sources devoured by the inhabitants of Mumbai include rice, sweet-smelling fish curries, Indian bread (chapatis and rotis), vegetable curries and treats. The city is known for its delicious chaats at the different  food stalls on the bustling roads of Mumbai. The food stalls are packed with individuals who relish tangy fast-food and local snacks.


Elephanta Cave:- Elephanta Caves are an UNESCO World Heritage Site devoted to the Hindu god Shiva. It is a specimen of rock cut art and architecture from the times of medieval India. It is located at a distance of 11km from the city of Mumbai. It also provides an amazing view of the Mumbai skyline.


Marine Drive :- Lining the Arabian Sea, this renowned street is a mainstream spot for watching nightfalls as well as the sunsets. The Marine drive is formally known as Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Road is a 3Km long, circular segment molded lane, situated in Southern Mumbai, a milestone notable for its excitement and sparkle which it spreads in the city. It is the best spot in Mumbai for seeing the nightfall.

Juhu Beach: Juhu is the most adored beach in Mumbai. It is encircled by the Arabian Sea toward the west, Versova toward the north, Santacruz and Vile Parle toward the east and Khar toward the south. Juhu is among the most rich spaces of the city and home to numerous Bollywood superstars. If you visit Mumbai and don’t go to Juhu beach, it’s a waste.


Colaba Causeway:- One of the most crowded and electrifying places to visit in Mumbai is the Colaba Causeway, famous for being a shopping paradise and having endless shops to choose from. It has a charm about it, which will suck you into its world of colourful shops and old-world cafes like a magnet.

Gateway of India:– One of the most distinguished monument in Mumbai, The Gateway of India was built in 1924. Now it has become a popular tourist hub in the city. Located at Apollo Bunder Waterfront, the monument overlooks the Arabian Sea in the most beautiful way.

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