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Crisol, a free site for expatriates of all nationalities, who live in or move to India, trade experience and advice to share. If you’re new to town, and congratulations! If you’ve been here? for a time – great, come and share your experiences with us. Investigation? N your city in our city links contact home groups, local events and happenings. Search our directories in the section? No field search – to find almost any service or product. Visit the trading post to buy, sell, trade or give away – everything from automatic? Vile to art? Ass collectibles. To express an opinio? Not ask a question through? S of Tom Tom – Make friends. Share opinions and ideas. Mumbai, formerly Bombay, is the capital of Indian state of Maharashtra. An explanation? No comprehensive information on the origin of the traditional name Engl? S Bombay holds that it was derived from a name portugu?? S which means “good bah? To.” Mumbai is based on what was once a archipi? Lake of seven islands: the island of Bombay, Parel, Mazagaon, Mahim, Colaba, Worli, and Isla de la Vieja (too? N known as the Little? To Colaba). Mumbai has a tropical climate, espec? H cally a tropical climate? Dry cloth and sec? N clasification? N clim? Tica Koppen, with seven months of Sequa? Ay peak rainfall in July. ‘Station fr? To December to February is followed by summer season from March to June. The period, but approximately late June to September is the ‘station of Monza? N the Southwest, and in October and November form the post-season Monza n. Between June and September rains Monza? N hit the southwest of the city. pre-Monza showers? n received in May. Occasionally, showers Monza? N occur in the Northeast in October and November. The average annual temperature is 27. 2? C (81. 0? F), and rainfall? No annual average is 216. 7 cents? Meters (85. 31 in). The city itself is the m? S populated in the world, with approximately 14 million inhabitants. Together with the neighboring suburbs of Navi Mumbai and Thane, which is the world’s fourth agglomeration? N urban m? S largest, with about 19 million people. Mumbai is located on the west coast of India and has a deep natural harbor. From 2009, Mumbai was named a global city. Mumbai is the commercial and entertainment center of India, generating 5% of India’s GDP and accounting for 25% of The yield industrial, 40% of trade sea? Thymus, and 70% of capital transactions to the economy? to India. Mumbai is home to major financial institutions like the Reserve Bank of India, the Bombay Stock Exchange, the National Stock Exchange of India and the corporate headquarters of many Indian companies and multinationals. The city also? No Indian film has hind? and television industry, known as Bollywood. Bombay business opportunities, as well? its ability to provide a better standard of living, attract migrants from all over India and, in turn, make the city a popurr? in many communities and cultures. Mumbai culture is a mixture of traditional festivals, food, music room and theater. The city offers a cosmopolitan lifestyle and diverse with a variety of food, entertainment and nightlife available in the form and abundance comparable to that of other world capitals. the history of Mumbai as a large shopping center has led to a wide range of cultures, religions and cuisines coexist in the city. This mix? Unique cultures is due to the Migrating? No people across India since the? Little brit? Unique. Mumbai is the birthplace of Indian cinema. The city’s architecture style is a mixture of g? Tico, Indo-Saracen, Art Deco, and contemporary styles? Neos. Most? To buildings during the period, but colonization? No Brit? Nica, as t? Terms of Victoria and the University of Bombay, were built in style g? Tico rebirth. His character? Sticas architectonical include a variety of European influences, such as pediments alem? No, Dutch? S ceilings, wood Switzerland, Romance arches, Tudor frameworks and traditional traits of India. Tambi? N there are a few buildings in Indo-Saracenic style, like the Gateway of India. Mumbai has two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus and the Elephanta Caves. [264] Mumbai residents celebrate both Western and Indian festivals. Diwali, Holi, Eid, Christmas, Navratri, Good Friday, Dussera, Moharram, Ganesh Chaturthi, Durga Puja and Maha Shivratri are some of the festivities of the city. The Kala Ghoda Arts Festival is an exhibition? N a world of arts that encapsulates the work of artists in the fields of music room, dance, theater and film. A week long fair known as the Bandra Fair is celebrated by people of all religions. Mumbai suffers from the same major problems Urbanization? N is seen in many cities r? Ask pa growth? Developing countries: widespread poverty and unemployment, health p? Republic poor and the poor standards c? Vicasa and education for much of the populous n. With space at a premium, Mumbai residents often reside in cramped, relatively expensive housing, usually far from workplaces, therefore requiring long commutes on crowded mass transit, and roads blocked. Many of them live in the vicinity of stations Essay? Train so close? As, although residents spend significant time traveling south to the main shopping district. About 60% of the populous n in Mumbai slums. Dharavi, the second largest slum in Asia is located in central Mumbai and houses 800,000 people. In 2007, the crime rate (crimes booked on? S of C? Say Indian Penal) in Mumbai was 186. 2 per 1,00,000 of the populous No, that was slightly higher than the national average of 175. 1, but well below the average crime rate 312. 3 cities with m? S of a mill? No people in the pa? S. Mumbai residents are called Mumbaikar, or Bombayite Mumbaiite. Mumbai has a population? N pol? Glot large as any other metropolitan city in India. Diecis? Is India’s major languages spoken in Mumbai, the m? S com? N is the Marathi, Hindi, Gujarati and Engl? S Engl? S is widely spoken and is the main language of the workforce in white collar of the city. A colloquial form of Hindi, known as Bambaiya-a mixture of Marathi, Hindi, Engl? S India and some invented words, spoken in the streets. State employees and the central government represent a large percentage of the workforce in the city. Mumbai too? N has a large unskilled and semi-skilled population? No wage, which mostly earn their living as street vendors, taxi drivers, mec? Cal and other blue-collar professions. The religions represented in Mumbai include hind? Is (67. 39%), Muslim (18. 56%), Buddhists (5. 22%), Jains (3. 99%), Christians (3. 72%), Sikhs (0. 58%), with Parsis and Jews who make up the rest of the populous n. The ling? Stica and demographics? A? Garment are Maharashtrians (42%), Gujarat (19%), North Indians (24%) and southern India that constitutional? An the rest. The m? S oldest Muslim communities in Mumbai include the Dawoodi Bohras, Khojas and Konkani Muslims. East India native Christians include cat? Licos who converted by the Portuguese during the 16th century. The city also? N has a small? Or native Jewish community Bene? To israel?, Who migrated from the Gulf P? RSIC or Yemen, probably made 1600? You. Mumbai is composed of two distinct regions: the city of Mumbai and Mumbai suburban district, which form two separate districts of Maharashtra. Mumbai as an urban entity, spans a total area of 603. 4 km2 (233 square miles), while Greater Mumbai, the? Area under the administration? N of the corporation? N Brihanmumbai Municipal (BMC), covers a total area of 437. 71 km2 (169 square miles), with the city covering the Island 67. 79 km2 (26 square miles) and the suburbs which covers 370 km2 (143 square miles). Apart from the Bhatsa dam, there are six large lakes that supply water to the city: Vihar, Lower Vaitarna, Upper Vaitarna, Tulsi, Tansa and Powai. The coastline of the city est? indented with numerous coves and bah? ace, which extends from the eastern to the Thane creek Madh Marve on the Western Front. The east coast of the island Salsette est? covered with large? mangrove areas rich in biodiversity, while the west coast is sandy and rocky. P systems? Republic of transport in Mumbai Suburban Railway Mumbai include, Brihanmumbai Supply Energ? Him? Ctrica and Transport (BEST), buses, taxis, auto rickshaws, ferries and airplanes, and to carry? A dominant role. Rail services and Essay? S combined carry about 88% of tr? Passenger traffic. Black and yellow taxis traverse most? To the meters of the subway? Cop. auto rickshaw service s? it in? suburban areas of Mumbai, while taxis operate primarily in the south of Mumbai. Taxis and rickshaws are running on Compressed Natural Gas, and are the m? S convenient, econ? Micas f? Ciles of finding transport. The Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, formerly known as Victoria Terminus, is the headquarters of the Central Railway and the UNESCO World Heritage Mumbai is served by the National Highway 3, Highway 4 and National Highway 8 Indian national system roads. The Mumbai-Pune Expressway was the first to Construct? Highway in India, while the Mumbai-Vadodara Expressway est? in construction? n. Recently, the Bandra-Worli Sea bridge Link was opened, which together with Mahim Causeway, linking the town of the island’s western suburbs. The road extends to the two largest in the city include the Eastern Express Highway from Sion to Mulund, and Western Express Highway Bandra to Borivali. Schools in Mumbai are “municipal schools” (most? A one-teacher schools by the BMC) or private schools (run by trusts and individuals), which in some cases receive financial assistance from the government . Est schools? N members in the Maharashtra State Council (MSBSHSE), the All India Council for Indian School Certificate Ex? Volumes (CISC) or the Central Board of Education? No Secondary (CBSE) boards. Marathi or Engl? S is the normal language of teaching? Dence. The government-run schools p? Republic lack many services, but they are the? Unique option? N m for residents? S poor who can not afford private schools m? S expensive. Mayor? A university in the city est? N affiliated with the University of Mumbai, one of the largest universities in the world in t? Terms of n? Number of graduates. The Indian Institute of technology? A (Bombay), Veermata Jijabai Instituto Tecnol? GICO (VJTI) and the Graduate Institute of technology? Qu? Mica (IUAT), which are the engineers? A first-class schools in India and of technologies? a, and the SNDT University for women are the other universities aut? nomas in Mumbai. Many chains of television? N Indian and international in Mumbai you can see through? S one of the companies Televisi? No fee or the provider of television? No local cable. The subway? Cop is too? N the heart of many enterprises of communication? N international news channels and publications printing or n with a major presence. The cr? Quet is sport m? S popular in the city (and pa? S). Due to the shortage of grounds, various modified versions (called gene? Richly as galli cricket) are played everywhere. The f? Football (soccer) is one of the popular sports in the city, with the FIFA World Cup and the Premier League Engl? S widely followed. Every February, Mumbai has run derby at the hip? Mahalaxmi Racecourse. McDowell’s Derby too? N took place in February at the Turf Club in Mumbai. The inter? S racing F? Formula One has been increasing in? Last one? You, and in 2008, the Force India F1 Team was present? in Mumbai.

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