Mahatma Gandhi once lived in this simple, two-story building, which is now a museum, library and research center depicting Gandhi's life and struggles for Indian freedom through peaceful means.
Set up in 1872, as the Victoria and Albert Museum, The Bhau Daji Lad Museum is Mumbai’s oldest museum. Housed in the Victoria gardens, which is now... more »
India's most beautiful railway station is a masterpiece of Gothic architecture with stained-glass windows, towering spires, domed arches and buttresses and pillars with animal images carved into them.
It comes across as a fascinating place, a huge human-powered mass laundry, where 100s of washermen (called "Dhobis" in Hindi) wash clothes in large... more »
This church is located on Veer Nariman road in South Mumbai. Legend has it that the famous Churchgate area of South Mumbai gets its name courtesy this church. The beautiful church building’s architecture is Neo-classical and Neo-Gothic.
Jyotiba Phule Market is the official name of this must-see market - but of course, no one calls it that! Crawford Market it was, and Crawford it... more »
One of Bombay's holiest sites is this group of rundown temples that surround a pool of water considered to have healing powers.
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