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Mumbai's 'pyaavs' present a striking fusion of the city's cultural & architectural legacy!

Standing as symbols of the city's astounding history and heritage, 'pyaavs' of Mumbai, amalgamate the city's brilliant architectural legacy and its spirit of community service. Claimed to be established during the days of the 18th and 19th centuries, pyaavs are drinking water fountains, that reflect upon the erstwhile social-cultural panorama of India's financial capital. Ranging from simple structures to intricately designed edifices, pyaavs come in a variety of forms, much like the city's heterogeneous populace.

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A forgotten marvel in South Bombay, the Afghan Church is a chest of history, culture & nirvana

What now stands as a deserted parish behind the Navy Nagar in South Bombay, the Anglican Church of St. John Evangelist once towered as the lighthouse for the cruising ships near the Mumbai harbour. The beautiful chapel is popularly known as the 'Afghan Church' for its unique backstory and distinct gothic architecture. A forgotten marvel, the church with its 60-meter-high spire has been domination the Mumbai coastline for 170 years now only charms the likes of history buffs and nirvana seekers.

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Mumbai's iconic 133-year-old Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus to get a facelift!

The Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT) is an architectural symbol of Mumbai's growth and evolution, since its inception in the erstwhile Bombay. A constant in the ever-changing metropolis, this 133-year-old iconic building has seen the city progress through the test of times and is now eyeing a redevelopment for itself! As per reports, The Indian Railway Stations Development Corporation (IRSDC) has shortlisted 9 bidders for the proposed refurbishment, which has been budgeted at ₹1,642 crores on a DBFOT basis.

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