The relationship between fisherfolk and Mumbai is older than we can imagine and everyone around knows that this city and fishing, are entwined. Lying in Azad Nagar, Colaba, Sassoon Docks is the oldest and the largest wholesale fish market in Mumbai, dating back to 1875. It is often said to be the commercial base through which Mumbai gained momentum! A sight that will hold your interests if you like exploring the aspects of daily life, it is definitely not a spot for people with a weak stomach.

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Remember when Geet from 'Jab we Met' went strolling through Ratlam ki galiyaan? Well, that can be you, as soon as the pandemic loosens its grip! Lying about 140 km from Indore, Ratlam is so much more than its brief Bollywood cameo! An amalgamation of rich history and a dash of modernity, Ratlam was previously known as Ratnagiri and hailed as a significant trade centre in the olden times. It still contains some of the country's booming industries like textiles, copper, chemicals and is an integral railway junction of the Western Railways Zone.

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Whenever possible, we jump on an opportunity to get away from the city rush because even though the bustle is what fills our stomachs, only a remote location in the hills can feed our souls. Mumbai offers plenty of such getaway locales in and around its vicinity but very few, like the one we have for you today!

Lying about 140 km from Mumbai in the lap of Sahyadri Range, is the quaint little hill station of Jawhar, which will surely account for a fun-filled yet relaxing weekend. Consequently, we have added 5 activities that you can partake in when here, to shoo away monotony and welcome a fresh change! So add Jawhar to the list of places that you are planning to visit after the pandemic settles and don't forget to bookmark this article right away

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From Bikaneri Bujia, Raj Kachori to Ghevar and Kesar Finni, Bikaner is famed for its sweets and savouries. But there's so much more to this city than its palate pleasers and we're gonna take you on a virtual of just that! So if you're in Jaipur and are planning on taking up a mini-vacay after the pandemic calms down, then consider Bikaner, lying about 334 km away from the Pink City. If you're a shutterbug, a foodie or a person looking for a break from monotony, this city will surely serve you well.

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It is simply bewitching that Goa has so much more to offer, than the usual experience of 'sun, sand and the sea'. So if you're looking to go beyond these generic touristy experiences, then you should check out the Corjeum Fort, lying about 12 km from Panjim. With engrossing legends oozing out of every brick in this mighty edifice, it is a haven for all you shutterbugs and trekking aficionados. Thus when the pandemic concludes, set out on an expedition to know more about this towering fort and don't forget to carry your camera along with you!

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Attention all you avifauna enthusiasts! We have the perfect locale in Jaipur for you, where you can spot umpteen species of birds flying over a sprawling water body and also stretch your legs, away from the city's monotony. Lying about 17 km from the heart of Jaipur, Kanota Dam is a treasure trove of peace and quiet and once here you'd be looking for every excuse to stay back a little longer. So once the pandemic calms down, you must include this place on your itinerary!

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There is absolutely nothing that can match the beauty of the Blue City, which looks right out of a film with explosions of bright colours in every nook of its premises and an array of offerings! Lying about 370 km by road from Jaipur, Jodhpur is a sight for sore eyes and is the ideal weekend getaway plan for you to take up, when the pandemic settles. Also, if you're someone who loves indulging in various cultures and is a shutterbug as well, welcome to paradise, friend! So here is a list of 7 things you just cannot afford to miss when in Jodhpur!

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Featuring in some extraordinarily beautiful films like Wake up Sid and Bombay, the Gateway of India is a jewel on the dazzling map of Mumbai. Whenever we come across this enormous edifice while at Apollo Bandar in Colaba, we often notice people glancing at this beauty with eyes full of admiration and cotton candies in their hands! Needless to say, a trip to Mumbai is incomplete without heading to the majestic Gateway of India but for now, take up this virtual tour and bookmark this article.

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