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This tower is known as the BIG BEN OF INDIA.
This tower is located in South Mumbai in the premises of University of Mumbai. It was designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott, he modeled it on the lines of Beg Ben which is located in...More
It is a Neo Gothic landmark being applauded restoration by UNESCO. Beautiful, huge iconic tower surrounded by greenery having 260 ft with a clock was built by Mr. Premchand Raichand in memory of his mother. From this great tower one can see the beautiful scenery...More
Great piece of Victorian architecture. The buildings in south mumbai are simply amazing. This is located right beside Mumbai University and Mumbai High court. You can get a great picture from Oval Maidan.
Rajabai clock tower was designed by an English architect.
A portion of the total cost of construction was donated by Premchand Roychand, a prosperous broker who founded the Bombay Stock Exchange on the condition that the tower be named after his mother Rajabai.
Rajabai Clock Tower looked to be doing quite nicely thank you. At least from our viewing spot about 60 metres away. It also seemed to have been built more recently than many other great buildings or, superior construction perhaps. A stunning building, don't remember seeing...More
This tower stands tall and speaks volumes about the heritage of Mumbai. It looks brilliant and is great for photography. I don't think we can go inside the tower. It looks even more gorgeous from Oval Maidan.
This Tower is part of the historic Mumbai University campus. It has its own charm and importance through memory lanes of Mumbai city. Very prominent Landmark towards South Bombay, is visible from a distance and identified by it history Dial Clock. Easily and closely connected...More