The Gateway of India
An imposing yellow basalt ceremonial gateway, built to commemorate the visit of George V in 1911.
Remarkable 5th century temples, carved out of the living rock, set on a small island across Mumbai's harbour.
The Prince of Wales Museum
An impressive Indo-Saracenic building that houses an excellent collection, including miniature paintings, Buddhist images and sculptures, originally from the Elephanta Caves.
Mahatma Gandhi's temporary residence (1917-1934) houses the Gandhi museum. The memorial, dedicated to the father of the Nation, has a dictorial gallery, a 20000 volume research archive diorama on Gandhi's life.
This mausoleum built in the memory of a Muslim saint is located at ocean and is approachable during low tide by a narrow causeway.
The Mumbadevi Temple
The temple of the Mother Goddess after whom Mumbai is named.The bustling, colorful streets surrounding it also make a fascinating walk.
The Banganga Temple
An ancient temple complex right in the heart of Mumbai, that traces its origins back to the legends of the epic Ramayana, over 3,000 years ago.
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