Larger than life, Bombay is the face of Western India. The most populous city of the country, it overflows with dreams and wild energy. Magnet of financial institutions, creative space of the Hindi film industry, gateway to colonial architecture and epicenter of fashion, Mumbai is multifaceted. The wealthiest city of India, it was named as an Alpha World City in 2008.
Mumbai emphasises on the importance of production and technology by providing most conducive environment for industries like automobile, manufacturing and consumer goods to prosper.
This lunchbox delivery and return system with nearly 5,000 delivery men transporting 2,00,000 lunchboxes every day has been selected as a Harvard Case Study for its precision and planning.
Having witnessed high growth, increasing consumer demand and rapid digitization in recent years, Mumbai has emerged as the hub of media and marketing players.
The financial capital of India, Mumbai houses a number of Indian financial institutions such as the Bombay Stock Exchange, Reserve Bank of India, National Stock Exchange and many other foreign establishments.
Commonly known as the Taj Mahal of Mumbai, the Gateway of India, an arch monument was built in Mumbai during the British Raj as an entrance to the magnificent city and symbolic of British power.
A serene boulevard in South Mumbai, it stretches across 3.6kms over reclaimed lands. It is also popular as "Queen's Necklace" as it's street lights resemble a string of pearls in a necklace at night.
It is one of Mumbai's best known theaters providing home for new talent and source of inspiration to the theater fraternity and audience with over 540 shows a year.
The iconic temple is not only the richest, but is pure grandeur and most revered in the city. It is worth seeing during the 10 days of the vibrant Ganeshotsav.