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Set off to Mumbai's Flora Fountain for your next evening stroll after the lockdown ends

A culturally affluent and historically significant city, Mumbai has an array of heritage structures which will keep your interest hooked for hours and will linger in your memory for days to come! A haven for history lovers, The City of Dreams speaks of a bustling potpourri of monuments which have lent Mumbai with its current status of being a old world charmer. Along similar lines, the Flora Fountain situated at the southern end of the historic Dadabhai Naoroji Road, also known as the Mile Long Road, is a beauty to behold!

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Need to align your heart & mind? Give Global Vipassana Pagoda in Mumbai, a chance to do so!

Mumbai is a hotpot of cultural diversity and all across the metropolis, you'll find yourself amidst a plethora of archaeological wonders. Grabbing a comfortable seat on this bandwagon, is one of Mumbai's unique attractions- the Global Vipassana Pagoda. A monument built as a tribute to the philosophies of Lord Gautama Buddha, this pagoda pulls in thousands of visitors and devotees annually. Considered as a landmark of peace and the abode of tranquility, this Global Vipassana Pagoda aspires to proliferate the teachings of compassion and non-violence while it also promotes the practise of 'Vipassana'.

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Dadasaheb Phalke Chitranagari is what defines Mumbai, beyond the skyscrapers & monuments

Labelled as one of the largest film industries in the world, the Indian film industry accounts for 60% of the films produced in India. And when we talk about films, we've gotta mention Mumbai sooner than later. The City of Dreams has played a primary role in the evolution of cinematography- even the first-ever silent feature film of India, Raja Harishchandra, was produced by Dadasaheb Phalke right here! Since then, Mumbai has remained as a Mecca for the people who aspire to have a career in this industry.
The Film City has been named as 'Dadasaheb Phalke Chitranagari' in the loving memory of Mr. Dadasaheb Phalke, who is considered as the father of the Indian film industry and here's why you should put this place on your must-visit list.
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Mumbai's Prince of Wales Museum is a treasure trove of India's rich history & culture

Mumbai has a string of places for you to put on your itinerary but if you're chalking the essentials, then we'd suggest you to check out a museum which has been serving as a witness to our present existence, since the 1900s.

Situated on the southern tip of Mumbai on the 'Crescent Site', Prince of Wales Museum is a stellar example of the Indo-Saracenic style of architecture. Curated to proliferate awareness and sensitivity towards the rich heritage and history of India, over the years this museum has been used for the purposes of education, study and entertainment of the citizens and other visitors.

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