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Travel Blogs from Mumbai (Bombay)
... glamorous Taj Palace Hotel (built buy an Indian man as a reaction to not being allowed to enter a luxury hotel in London) which again was famous the world over as pictures of its burning windows became the face of the terrorist attacks. It has since been refurbished and we were able to look around the palatial main lobby, have a browse in some of the shops (Dior, Chanel, Cartier anyone?) and of course used the facilities- and face how scruffy we looked ...
... the young, insouciant, lovers; - trying to see whether Bombay's people could be defined and placed under a single umbrella, but it's too a unique a city - home to a multifarious population, screaming heterogeneity, yet all bound together by an attraction to the city which can become whatever you choose it to be. It had been a phenomenal experience for me, and what really made it so were all the glorious people I met along the way.
Love to you all xxxxx
... as VT. It was added to the Unesco World Heritage list in 2004. Very crowded terminal with a beautiful facade. Walked from cst to flora fountain (financial area, industrialist houses, banks). Had an ice cream at McDonald's, Cynthia still not up to it. Walked to Vastu Sangrahalaya (Prince of Wales Museum) but it was closed that day. Mumbai’s biggest and best museum, this domed behemoth is an intriguing hodgepodge of Islamic, Hindu and British ...
... Manj khamaj. Although
professionally Baba adopted sarod, he played many instruments and put
together ‘Maihar Band’, an orchestra of Indian instruments. He was also a
teacher par excellent who taught greats like Ali Akbar Khan, Pannalal
Ghosh, Annapurna Devi, Ravi Shankar, Nikhil Banerjee, Sharan Rani and
many more. Besides a short
presentation by the Maihar Band, the event will feature two disciples of
Just a few pics from a short visit