The LaLiT Mumbai
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There is just no getting away from it; Mumbai is big. With the highest population density in the world, Mumbai is the largest city in India and the fourth largest in the world. The city is the economic heart of India producing some 30% of the country's GDP yet some 9 million of its inhabitants live in slums. These are everywhere visible: …
... ravers. Colour was being thrown around and big showers rained down on the dance floor washing it off which created a lot of mud and our once white tops looked grubby. I was a little worse for wear on return to the hostel and have lost a portion of my memory but apparently I joined in a sing song in between dashes to the bathroom. The self-inflicted illness lasted through the next morning and we had to move hostels as the other guys were checking out. We were ...
... to even imagine a human hand making it. There were sections on Tibetan art, as well as an "early human" section with a focus on the Harrapan civilization- a very technologically advanced civilization that existed in what we now know of as India, but very little is known about it other than the actual cities and physical leavings. Another mystery of time.
After the museum closed, we wandered down MG Road, looking for a ...
... consisting mainly of photographs and paper machete mock ups of important events, whereas the Prince of Wales Museum was very colonial but still hot. I sat “people watching” on a shady, cool veranda.
The Gateway of India was very underwhelming whereas the Taj Mahal Hotel was a cool oasis of tranquillity. The hotel was built as an “up yours” to the colonials who was had denied ...
... US$1 billion annually. The majority of the businesses are based on waste recycling in one form of another such as
- Melting down all kinds of plastic to make plastic pellets of various colours to be used in the production of new plastic products such as toys
- Smelting aluminium cans to make corrugated sheets for roofs and sides of slum housing
- Melting down soap scraps from schools and hotels
- Washing and re-using ...