The Worli Fort is a fort in Worli, Mumbai, India. Though often incorrectly assumed to have been built by the Portuguese , the fort was built by the British around 1675 on Worli Hill. Worli Fort overlooked Mahim Bay at a time when the city comprised just seven islands .
The Worli Fort is a lesser-known historical landmark in the city of Mumbai. It was constructed by the British around 1675. The fort overlooks Mahim Bay, and is toward the end of a fishing village. The fort explores a British-fabricated style of construction with a wide sea views from the top of its walls.
The Worli Fort was erected to guard against the growing nuisance of sea pirates, which explains its cannon-equipped ramparts. Mahim Fort offered a second layer of protection.
The Worli Fort Mumbai was built by the British as a precautionary measure around 1675 overlooking the Mahim Bay. The Fort is situated at a strategically important place from where the British Navy ...
Worli ( ISO: Varaḷī, [ʋəɾ (ə)ɭiː]) is a locality in Central Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. It is one of the four peninsulas of Mumbai with the others being Colaba, Bandra and Malabar Hill. The sea connects it with Bandra via the Bandra-Worli Sea Link. Historic spellings include Warli, Worlee, Varli, and Varel. 
From the historic Worli Fort that echoes tales of maritime heritage to the towering structures that define its modern landscape, Worli stands as a symbol of Mumbai's progress and aspirations. Its key attributes with the most prestigious neighbourhoods of top cities worldwide, make it a compelling and ever-evolving real estate destination.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Taj Mahal Palace is a heritage, five-star, luxury hotel in the Colaba area of Mumbai, Maharashtra, , situated next to the Gateway of India. Built in the Indo-Saracenic style, it opened in 1903 as the Taj Mahal Hotel and has historically often been known simply as "The Taj".
Worli Seaface – Mumbai’s hidden gem. Tucked away amidst the bustling streets of Mumbai lies Worli Seaface, a hidden gem that offers respite from the chaos of city life. This picturesque promenade stretches along the coastline, providing visitors with panoramic views of the Arabian Sea and the iconic Bandra-Worli Sea Link.
Bombay Hindi, also known as Bambaiya Hindi or Mumbaiya Hindi,  is the Hindustani dialect spoken in Mumbai, in the Konkan region of India.   Its vocabulary is largely from Hindi–Urdu,   additionally, it has the predominant substratum of Marathi-Konkani, which is the official language and is also widely spoken in the Konkan ...
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