Localities in Mumbai



Mumbai, the capital city of Maharashtra is the most populated city in India and the fourth most populated city in the world.
So, to have room for such great masses Mumbai has several localities in the city. There are many places evolving with time at strategically important areas in Mumbai. The Eastern Suburbs, which are also known as the Central Suburbs, consist of areas like Ghatkopar, Mulund, Kurla, Vikhroli, etc. It is the mainstay for middle and upper middle class populace. It's a fast growing commercial area with many good shopping complexes, financial institutions, etc. The South Mumbai comprises of the city's main business localities. The region is the choice of the city's elite population as it is hailed as the richest urban precinct of the country. Reserve Bank of India and Bombay Stock Exchange are also located here with many multi-national companies. The Western Suburbs is a blend of some of the city's oldest suburbs that underwent rapid developments over the period of time. This area consists of Andheri, Bandra, Goregaon, Juhu, Santacruz, etc and has some of the city's famous attractions, beaches, hotels, shopping complexes and software companies.



Last Updated on 01/24/2013

     


     

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