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most enormous urban communities on the planet, Mumbai has an entrancing history with a lot of fascinating stories. Her heritage keeps on developing as the city continues advancing, however most Mumbaikars today are willfully ignorant about certain parts of the city's past, just as her present. Mumbai inferred the two its present name, and past name of 'Bombay', from its most punctual occupants and its vital area.

The Koli people group, who are among the first occupants of the city, revered the goddess Mumba devi, giving the city its name of Mumbai. The name 'Bombay' then again, is accepted to have started from the Portuguese expression 'Bom Bahia', which signifies 'Delightful Bay'.

Things to do in mumbai
Juhu Beach

To experience Mumbai's road nourishment, you need to visit Juhu sea shore that brags of various diners that offer everything from vada pav and sev puri to coconut water and falooda. During the rainstorm, you should attempt the bhutta (fresh corn) that is presented with margarine, ocean salt and a hit of masala.

Gateway of India

Without a doubt Mumbai's most notorious landmark, the Gateway of India's development began in 1911 and was done 13 years after the fact.

Done up in a staggering Indo-Saracenic style of engineering, this tremendous stone landmark stands tall with four bartizans and point by point latticework. Do make a point to convey your camera.

Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST)

This clamoring train station was previously known a Victoria Terminus and sees a huge number of individuals consistently. On the off chance that you love history and design, you should take a Mumbai train (another must-understanding) to CST. It is an UNESCO World Heritage Site and brags of gothic design with figures of deformity, recolored glass and many-sided carvings.

When to go and weather

The winter months are the most charming in Mumbai. Being a beach front zone, winters are gentle and the temperature goes to at least 10°C. The days are cool and ideal for open air exercises and touring. With an enormous Christian populace and various delightful chapels, Christmas is praised with a great deal of energy in Mumbai and is a decent time to visit the city. February is additionally when a ton of the social occasions, for example, the prominent Kala Ghoda Arts Festival occur. So in case you're into writing, music or expressions, this is a decent time to design an outing.