Mumbai People, People of Mumbai(Bombay), Mumbai Citizen



The people of Mumbai live a very fast life. The Mumbai people are often addressed as “Mubiakars”. The Mumbai people are very hard working and travel long distances to reach their work station. Most of the people in Mumbai avail local train for traveling as it is the cheapest as well as the fastest mode of transport in the metropolis. Each and every item in available in Mumbai carries a high price tag. In Mumbai, you really have to work hard to make your both ends meet. As the cost of living is very high, the Mumbai people often take up part time jobs to earn more.

Mumbai houses various ethnic groups among which Maharastrians form the majority. People from far off places come here to earn their living and make money. The city is famous for its tinsel town and is considered a dream city for the budding actors.

Panipuri wallahs, bhelpuri wallahs are very common features in the streets of Mumbai. Paw bhajis and Sewa puris, Batatyschi thecha bhaji are the favorite spicy foods of the Mumbiakars. The traditional cuisines of the Mumbaikers include Varan, Aamati, Vari Tandoolachi Khicdi, Potato vara and many more. Mumbai is replete with several fast food centers and many road side dhapas catering to the needs of the Mumbai people.

The Ganesh Chaturthi, Diwali, and Holi are the main festivals of the Mumbai (Bombay) people. These festivals are celebrated in grandeur and unite all the citizens of Mumbai irrespective of caste and creed.

Mumbai Festival




Last Updated on 23 March 2011





     


     

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