Marathi is the state and the city's official language - used by State Government agencies, municipal authorities and the local police. On the street, a local version of colloquial Hindi, called Bambaya Hindi is most commonly used.
English is widely used in the corporate world and in banking and trading. It is possible to get by at most places with Hindi and English.
The Rupee is the official and only accepted currency while you travel around India. While credit cards are commonly accepted in Mumbai, you would still need currency to pay at smaller or street side shops. It is advisable to keep denominations of 10, 20, 50 and 100 Rupee notes at hand. ATMs are available everywhere.Foreign currency can be converted at the hotel’s foreign exchange desk, at exchange houses at the airports and at most travel agencies.
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