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  2. Mumbai - Wikipedia

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    Mumbai is the financial, commercial, [32] and the entertainment capital of India.

  3. Mumbai | India | Britannica

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    Mumbai, formerly Bombay, city, capital of Maharashtra state, southwestern India. It is the country’s financial and commercial centre and its principal port on the Arabian Sea. Explore Mumbai, the most populous city and the country's financial and commercial center See all videos for this article

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  5. Mumbai (Bombay) travel - Lonely Planet | India, Asia

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    Mumbai is India’s financial powerhouse, fashion epicentre and a pulse point of religious tension. If Mumbai is your introduction to India, prepare yourself. The city isn’t a threatening place but its furious energy, limited (but improving) public transport and punishing pollution make it challenging for visitors.

  6. Mumbai, India 2022: Best Places to Visit - Tripadvisor

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    About Mumbai Though Mumbai can feel chaotic and crowded, there are peaceful moments to be found here. Nibble a paper cone of bhelpuri while you stroll the sands of Chowpatty Beach. Then, take a short walk to Mani Bhavan, where Mahatma Gandhi once lived, strategized, and was ultimately arrested.

  7. Mumbai, previously known as Bombay is one of the most populous and biggest cities of Maharashtra. Also the biggest metropolis of this state, Mumbai is also popular as the entertainment and...

  8. History of Mumbai - Wikipedia

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    The Bombay metro area faced some unfortunate events like the inter-communal riots of 1992–93, while the 1993 Mumbai bombings caused extensive loss of life and property. Bombay was renamed Mumbai on 6 March 1996. [citation needed] 'Panoramic View of Mumbai taken from Malabar Hill' (1862), a watercolour on 5 folding pages, by Mary Ann Scott-Moncrieff

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