A Look at Some of Mumbai’s Top Tourist Attractions

 Gateway of India pic
Gateway of India
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Outside of her work as a principal with Laksha Investments LLC, Afshan Laksha enjoys traveling. One of Afshan Laksha’s favorite destinations is Mumbai, the capital city of Maharashtra that is also known as Bombay.

One of Mumbai’s most notable attractions, the Gateway of India is beautifully constructed and located not far from the Port of Mumbai. Dating back to 1911, the monument was built to commemorate the first visit of the king and queen of England to India.

Another top attraction is the Elephanta caves, which serve as a Hindu shrine. Shiva and Parvati, two deities, are carved into rocks throughout the cave, some of which are more than 1,500 years old.

To get a glimpse of India’s fauna, individuals can head to Sanjay Gandhi National Park, which boasts more than 270 species of birds. Visitors may also see monkeys, leopards, foxes, and deer.

Bollywood fans keen for an opportunity not only to see makeup rooms and heritage cinemas, but also to take some photos with Bollywood stars should sign up for a behind-the-scenes Bollywood tour. Mumbai remains the seat of India’s film industry.

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