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Mumbai, in India, is the capital city of Maharashtra, known for its flair for being a business centre and a happening spot in the cultural country.  It was mainly formed out of seven islands, Colaba, Mazagaon, Old Woman’s Island, Wadala, Mahim, Parel and Matunga-Sion. The urban city that flourishes today is the result of much renovation and construction work being done over the years, on these seven famous islands. The city of Mumbai has always held a certain fascination, especially for foreigners. Its history is rich and glorious and has quite effectively been named the ‘City of Dreams.’ This title can be most thoroughly be related to the fact that one of the most inspiring and entertaining cinema industries are located in the city of Mumbai, home to Bollywood and all its shining glory.

The city’s latitudes are 18°55′N and 72°50′E and is often visited by people from around the world. The map of Mumbai illustrates the fact that there are quite a few hidden gems present in this metropolitan city that attract many prospective visitors. Home to at least thirteen million people, Mumbai has been known to be called one of the most populous cities in the world, which is quite an admirable feat.

The region of Mumbai is located on the Salsette Island off the West Coast of India. Its area spans over 468 km², with many interesting sections present in the up scale city. The more popular regions of Mumbai are the Central Suburbs, South Mumbai, and the Western Suburbs. These areas also are home to some of the smaller zones which make up Mumbai such as Colaba, Juhu, and Malad which are quite popular for various things.

Mumbai can be divided into districts; the central areas being the Central Suburbs, which include places like Chembur, Ghatkopar, Kurla, Mulund, and Powai. The western Suburbs hold places like Andheri, Bandra, Borivali, Dahisar, Goregaon, Juhu, and Malad. South Mumbai is home to Colaba, Dadar, Fort Area, Kalbadevi, Nariman Point, Parel, Tardeo, and Worli. Other areas around Mumbai include Kalyan, Navi Mumbai, Raigarh, and Thane.

The map of Mumbai is easily available for peruse and can be purchased from not only markets but can also be easily accessed online. The map sheds light on the various districts and areas that make up the modern city of Mumbai, which is to date one of the most repeatedly, visited cities in India.


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