Sitting right in front of the Mahin Bay, the Mahin fort in Mumbai has been weathering time like no other monument in the city. Though declared a grade-1 monument, the Mahim Fort has long been neglected by authorities and encroached by slums while it braves the heavy tides and their lashes.

Mahin Fort may look like an ancient ruin of bricks and stones today but it was once a powerful fort, a watchtower which saw many battles and protected the bay against several enemies.

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Spicy, red, warm and teeming with butter, a balanced bhaji can put a smile on a Mumbaikars face any given day. Add to that a soft pillowy pav, some sliced onions, lime wedges and an extra helping of butter and you'll get the best pav bhaji there is. Though every roundabout and street corner in Mumbai serves pav bhaji and, let's be honest, most of these are pretty amazing but when Mumbai wants to gobble down a plateful of the one, the answer is Cannon, anytime!

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Lucknow has seen a rapid change in its cityscape and its lifestyle. The change has been observed in terms of infrastructural developments, the basic lifestyle of people and the integration of more technology in everyday life. Today, the city is completely different than it was a few years ago, especially during the past 10 years. Between 2010 and 2020, Lucknow has changed leaps and bounds.

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If there was ever a place which truly encapsulates everything that Mumbai and its culture stands for, it's the 102-year-old Olympia Coffee House. Once a popular Irani cafe of Mumbai which served classics like butterscotch falooda and mutton keema pav, Olympia Coffee House, today, is a modern eatery with an old-world charm. The eatery serves some deliciously sinful meat preparations and has come to be known as non-veg lover's paradise.

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Mumbai is undoubtedly a paradise for a foodie. South Mumbai especially has no dearth of eateries and food outlets which serve great food, a chic ambience and good times. New food outlets practically mushroom out of wet sand at this part of the city and believe us, we aren't complaining! However when we speak of 'hangout spots' and 'iconic eateries' the Leopold Cafe is a name we just can never miss out on.

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As long as we can recall, the Taraporewala Aquarium has been jazzing up our weekends in Mumbai. Located at the Marine Drive, the aquarium is one of the oldest in the country and one of our favourite weekend 'going-out' spots. The aquarium has hosted many picnics, school outings and after exam treats for us and even today, it brings back the fond memories.

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Diwali is almost here and we're all feeling the vibes around with lines of fairy lights hanging here and there, the smell of pre-winters in the air and of course, the aroma of freshly made sweets!

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Lucknow's love affair with kites is an age old one. Patang Bazi has for long, been so much more than just a sport for the people of Lucknow, we know it as one of our many 'shaukh'. The Nawabs are known to be a flag bearer of kite-flying, who had a huge contribution to the modern sport, that has the same charm as years ago.

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