On the fourth day of the sixth Hindu month of Bhadrapada, Hindus fervently celebrate the birthday of Vignaharta Ganesha, the god of success and knowledge. In Mumbai, the festival is pompous as locals celebrate their Bappa’s (Lord Ganesha) birthday. Read on to learn more about Ganesh Chaturthi in Mumbai.
Mumbai, or as it was known in colonial times and until 1995, Bombay, wasn’t always the twinkling, bright, colourful, City of Dreams. This rich, multicultural city was nothing more than a swamp area before British rule. Let us take you through the hidden gems of Mumbai.
The Juhu Beach is truly one of the most versatile beaches in Mumbai! Indulge in some fun activities and water sports in Juhu Beach for some pure adrenaline rush and make up the most of your Mumbai holiday.
People who visited Juhu Beach have witnessed neon blue lights when the waves hit the shores. This natural yet unusual occurrence caught the attention of the locals and tourists alike. On a further study by Ecology professors, it was concluded that the neon lights were the product of phytoplankton called dinoflagellates.
Visitors who are planning a street shopping trip in Mumbai can visit the many street shops that sell a variety of merchandise that suit the tastes of every individual. Some of the common items that are sold at these street markets include trendy outfits, jewellery, household items, home decor and everything in between.