The Worli Bay

Worli is one of the busiest office areas in Mumbai, with major companies having properties here. Worli is a part of South Mumbai bounded by the Arabian Sea to the west and the neighborhoods of Haji Ali to the south, Mahalaxmi to the east and Prabhadevi to the north.

The Haji Ali Dargah is located on an islet off the coast of Worli.

Mahalaxmi neighbourhood of Mumbai is famous for the Mahalaxmi Racecourse, a horse racing track spread over approximately 225 acres of open land.

Prabhadevi is a small up-scale neighbourhood of Mumbai, it is a thriving residential district with high-rise buildings built in recent years.

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6 comments

  1. I was on a visit by ship to Mumbai when it was still called Bombay back in the early sixties. I remember many people wanting to sell souvenirs to the tourists disembarking from the boat. I walked through the city that was teeming with many, many people and children everywhere. Many wanted something from someone who looked a tourist. Poverty was obvious, but so was the cheerfulness that seemed to easily trump over misery. India was laughter like nowhere else.

    • India has changed significantly now, though there is some degree of poverty as in any other country, the poverty is more majorly revealed by the poor mind-set of people as in any other country, just stating India as a poor country with happy people is degrading. Our country is rich in natural resources, which should be valued and respected by our people.

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