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Mumbai is undeniably a land of contrasts. The rich and famous live just minutes from overcrowded slums, while sparkling sky-scrapers tower over charming art deco temples. One unmistakeable product of this diversity is a broad range of amazing architecture. Here are five architectural wonders you simply shouldn’t miss on your next Mumbai holiday.
In an interesting and innovative move the Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation has proposed to build replicas of the caves numbered 1, 2, 16 and 17 at the visitor Centre that shall soon come up near this world Heritage site.
Why is this being done?
An energetic street of Mumbai, filled with choking traffic and dilapidated buildings, Bhindi Bazaar is a street foodies delight. As you saunter down the street, your nose buds are tickled by the wafting aromatic smells of wide variety of savoury food.
Mutton biryani, kebabs, coconut biscuits, butter cookies, naans are immediately visible. Also noticeable are the variety of perfumers selling attars - for both men and women.
Attars are perfumes made from natural ingredients and not from synthetic chemical compositions. There are many persons who get a headache after using famous brand expensive French perfumes, but don't experience the same after even a liberal dose of attar.