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City Helpline 0789 100 7892

  • Fire: 101 / 022 2307 6111
  • Ambulance: 102108
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  • Police: 100/ 022 2309 2293
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  • Government Shipping Office : 02222697972
  • Government Jobs In Mumbai : 07738935674
  • Central Labour Commissioner Office : 0222405075
  • Office Of District Collector : 02222663453
  • Pay And Account Office : 02226566300
  • Maharashtra State Pharmacy Council : 02225684291
  • Kamgar Bhavan : 02226572937
  • Office Of The Principal Accountant General Mumbai : 02222190519
  • Customs Excise And Service Tax Appellate Tribunal : 02223754933
  • Heavy Water Board : 02225563240
  • MIDC : 02226870052
  • Directorate Of Purchase And Stores : 02225487030
  • Government Law College Mumbai : 02222041707
  • Seamens Provident Fund Organisation : 02222674634
  • Slum Renabilitation Authority : 02226590519
  • Maharashtra Small Scale Industries Devlopment Corporation Ltd :   02222611121
  • Reserve Bank Of India : 02226578300
  • Mumbai Central Railway Police Station : 02223070197
  • Marin Drive Police Station 02222880267
  • Mumbai Health Care Ambulance : 08268158942
  • Parsi Ambulance Services 02222621666
  • Mumbai City Ambulance :  02222014295
  • Salvation Ambulance Mumbai : 07738289963
  • Sanjeevani Ambulance : 09892181211
  • The Muslim Ambulance Socity : 02223465642
  • Mumbai Ambulance Services :  09821146429
  • Wellcare Ambulance Mumbai Nair : 08108744550
  • Mumbai Central Head Post Office : 02223071296
  • India Post : 02223672862
  • BrihanMumbai Muncipal Corporation : 02226505103
  • State Bank Of India : 1800112211
  • Mumbai District Central Cooperative Bank : 02222617154
  • Mumbai Mahanagar Co-Op Bank : 02265291289
  • state Bank Of India : 02261709671
  • Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangralaya : 02222844484
  • Kaneri Caves : 1800229930
  • India Guest House : 02222833769
  • Welcome Guest House :  09892301244
  • Maharashtra Government Rest House : 09836489563
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  • Emergency Helpline
  • Helpline Numbers: 112
  • Hospital on Wheels: 104
  • Air ambulance: +91 9540161344
  • Traffic Police: 103
  • Traffic Help Line: 1073
  • Road Accident: 1073
  • Train accident: 1072
  • Air Accident: 1071
  • National Accident Helpline: 0800 556 557
  • Blood bank Information: 1910
  • Kids Helpline: 1800 55 1800
  • Child Helpline: 1098
  • Child abuse hotline: 1098
  • Women Helpline: 1091
  • Women in Distress: 1091
  • Domestic abuse and sexual violence women’s Helpline: 181
  • Citizen’s Call center: 155300
  • Offenders’ Families Helpline: 0808 808 2003
  • Dial a doctor: 1911
  • Eye Donation: 1919
  • Eye bank information service: 1919
  • AIDS helpline service: 1097
  • The control room of District Collector/Magistrate: 1077
  • Aaykar Sampark Kendra (ASK): 1961
  • Anti Corruption Helpline: 1031
  • Crime Stopper: 1090
  • Gambling Helpline: 1800 858 858
  • Drug de-addiction: 1800-11-0031
  • Smokers’ Helpline: 1877-513-5333
  • Election Commission of India: 1950
  • Construction Industry Helpline: 0345 605 1956
  • National Informatics Centre (NIC) Helpdesk – 1800 111 555
  • Public Distribution System (PDS) Helpline – 1800-22-4950 & 1967
  • Emergency Relief Centre on National Highways: 1033
  • Rescue & Relief: 1070
  • Disaster management: 108
  • Water Supply Complain: 1916
  • Water Board: 155313
  • Electricity Complaints: 155333
  • LPG emergency helpline number: 1906
  • Railway: 1512
  • Railway Enquiry: 139
  • Indian Railway General Enquiry: 1320,  131,  1321
  • Indian Railway Security Helpline: 1322
  • Railway Helpline for Arrival/Departure and Reservation services: 133
  • Indian Airlines: 1407
  • Air India ( Confirmation / Cancellation Enquiry)(Called Party): 1414


Capital City Of Maharashra.


The city of Mumbai, formerly known as Bombay, is a major metropolitan city of India. It is the state capital of Maharashtra. There is no doubt that Mumbai is known as the capital city of India. It is the country’s principal financial and communications center. The city has the largest and busiest port handling India’s foreign trade and a major international airport. The largest Stock Exchange which ranks as the third largest in the world is situated in Mumbai. Here, trading of stocks is carried out in billions of rupees every day. The description of Mumbai/Bombay cannot be complete without the mention of Bollywood, the biggest Indian film industry which churns out hundreds of Hindi blockbusters every year.
Where is Mumbai? Mumbai (Bombay) lies on the western coast of India. It is a group of seven islands in the Arabian Sea which lies off the northern Konkan coast in the west of Maharashtra state in India. These seven islands which were once separated by creeks and channels were filled and bridged over the years by the inhabitants.

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History of Mumbai-Bombay-Bambai
In 1661, King Charles II of England married Princess Catherine de Braganza of Portugal, and as part of the dowry, he received “Bombay” which is today known as Mumbai. Later in 1668, it was handed over to the East India Company. In 1858 the administration of the country was taken over by the Queen of England, Queen Victoria, from the East India Company. A viceroy was appointed to rule India in the name of the Queen. Bombay came under the direct rule of the British in 1861. The first railway line in India was started between Bombay (VT) and Thane in 1861. In 1864, a modern water supply was started in Bombay (Mumbai) and in 1885, Bombay was lit with gas.
Mahatma Gandhi’s joining Indian politics in 1920 was a turning point in the political destiny of India which led to the Independence of India from British rule. Bombay (Mumbai) had an active role to play in this event. The climate of Mumbai Most of the year, Mumbai’s climate is warm and humid. Between November and February, the skies are clear, and the temperature is cooler. From March the temperature becomes warm and humid till mid-June, the beginning of the monsoon.During the monsoon, there are torrential rains, sometimes causing the flooding of major roads and streets of Mumbai. The average rainfall which is brought by the southwest monsoon winds in Mumbai is 180 millimeters. The monsoon ends at the end of September. October is comparatively hot and humid.
Mumbai- A Melting Pot The total population of Mumbai is about 10 million. It is still growing. Mumbai provides countless opportunities to realize one’s dreams. Hence, people from all over India, belonging to different cultures come here to realize their dreams. Mumbai has become the melting pot of all Indian cultures. This is the reason Mumbai has a truly cosmopolitan population bustling with activity. Its film industry “Bollywood” also draws a number of youths with tinsel dreams to Mumbai. Being a major financial center people from all over the world come here for business opportunities. This has made Mumbai a major international city.

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Places of Interest:
Gateway of India: A prominent landmark of Mumbai, was built to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary to India in 1911. Prince of Wales Museum: Built in Indo-Saracenic style with an imposing dome, it is named after king George V, who, as Prince of Wales laid its foundation stone in 1905. Taraporewala Aquarium: Located near the end of Marine Drive, has an exotic collection of marine and freshwater fish.
Mani Bhavan: The home where Mahatma Gandhi often stayed when he visited Mumbai, is today preserved as a national memorial. It has an extensive library of books, photographs, and personal possessions. The Gardens: The famous gardens of Mumbai, Hanging Garden, laid out on top of the water reservoir, and Kamala Nehru Park, a children’s park overlooking the back bay and Marine Drive. The flower clock is a unique piece in the garden.
Veermata Jijabai Bhosle Udyan or Queens Garden comprises cultural and historical exhibits in its museum. It is a beautiful garden with a zoo with a large variety of animals, birds, and reptiles.
Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (Victoria Terminus) : Built-in 1988, a stunning combination of Gothic and Indian styles of architecture, it is one of the finest railway stations in the world. Nehru Planetarium and Nehru Science Centre: A wonderland of science – for children.
Marine Drive: A promenade whose dazzling lights in the evening have earned it the name – Queen’s necklace. Religious Places: Walkeshwar Temple, on Walkeshwar road close to Malabar Hill, is associated with the Hindu epic Ramayana. Mahalakshmi Temple in Breach Candy. Mumabadevi Temple was built in honor of the Goddess Mumbadevi. Surya Narayan Temple, built in 1899, is dedicated to the Sun God. The Jain Temple on Malabar Hill was constructed1903 by the Shwetambar Jain sect.
 Mahim Shrine is dedicated to the Muslim Saint Makhtum Fakih Ali Paru. St. Thomas Cathedral, built in the 17th century, has exquisite stained glass windows. Afghan Church, built in 1847 as a memorial to those who fell in the First Afghan War, has wide Gothic arches and beautiful stained glass windows. Synagogues – Shaar Harahmeno (the Gate of Mercy) was completed in 1796, and the other in 1847. Hutatma Chowk (Flora Fountain): Mumbai’s ‘Picadilly Circus’ was erected in 1869. The Beaches: Juhu Beach is one of the most popular beaches in Mumbai. Versova (29 km), Erangal (45 km), Madh Marve (38 km), and Manori (40 km) are popular with the people of Mumbai.

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Elephanta Caves (9 km) across the sea is a tiny island, also known as Gharapuri. The island has 7th century rock-cut cave temples dedicated to Shiva. The Maheshmurti panel, in which Shiva is shown as Creation, Protector and Destroyer, is its main attraction. Kanheri Caves (42 km): One of the largest caves.


मुंबई हे भारताचे आर्थिक केंद्र असून देशाचे आर्थिक बलस्थान तसेच हिंदी चित्रपटसृष्टीचे हृदय आहे आणि कापड उद्योगापासून रसायनांपर्यत सर्व उद्योगांचे मुख्य स्थान आहेमुंबईचे वैशिष्टय़ म्हणजे हिंदी चित्रपटसृष्टीची झळाळी, हिरव्यागार गवती मैदानांवरील क्रिकेटचे सामने, समुद्र चौपाटीवरील भेळपुरी, अद्भुत वसाहती वास्तुशिल्प आणि दुमजली लाल बसेस होय.जिच्या आठवणींमध्ये कधीही हरवून जावं, असं हे सुवर्णस्मृतिचं बेटावरील शहर..

कोळी मच्छीमार

मुंबई ही पूर्वाश्रमीची बॉम्बे. हे विशाल बंदर आणि महानगर तीन शतकांहून अधिकच्या कालावधीत सात लहान व दलदलीच्या बंदरांपासून विशाल समुहात रुपांतरित झाले. अजुनही दरवर्षी आपल्या भविष्याच्या शोधात येथे हजारो स्थलांतरित येतात. हे बंदर, ज्यावर कोळी मासेमारी मुळात वास्तव्य करुन होते, ख्रिस्तपूर्व कालावधीपासून कित्येक शतके होते तसेच राहीले. त्यानंतर अलीकडच्या काही शतकांमध्ये बंदराभोवतीच्या जमिनीवर महत्त्वाच्या नगरवसाहती आणि बंदराचा विकास झाला. कित्येक हिंदू आणि मुस्लीम राजघराण्यांच्या राजवटीत या शहराने काही प्रमाणात विकास अनुभवला, परंतु पोर्तुगिजांनी गुजरातच्या मुस्लीम शासकांकडून १५३४ मध्ये ताबा घेतल्यावर या बंदराची भौतिक वाढ घडून आली.

सन १६६१ मध्ये, इंग्लंडचे राजे चार्ल्स – दुसरा यांनी पोर्तुगीज राणी इंन्फंटा कॅथरीन डी ब्रॅगांझा हिच्यासोबत विवाह केल्याबद्दल, विवाहाचे आंदण म्हणून हे बेट राजे चार्ल्स यांना पोर्तुगीजांनी भेट स्वरुपात दिले.ब्रिटिश इस्ट इंडिया कंपनीने राजसत्तेकडून हे बंदर भाडेपट्टीने घेतले होते. कारण पूर्व किनारपट्टीवर सात बेटांपैकी सर्वात मोठे संरक्षित असलेले बंदर आणि पश्चिमेस नैसर्गिक सागर यामुळे या बंदराची क्षमता त्यांनी ओळखली होती. या बंदरावर संपन्न व्यापार केंद्र आणि बंदर विकसित करण्याच्या त्यांच्या प्रयत्नांचा एक भाग म्हणून कंपनीने सर्वप्रथम येथे राजवाडा आणि किल्ला बांधला. सततच्या वाढत्या लोकसंख्येला जागा उपलब्ध करुन देता यावी म्हणून, सात बंदरांना आपसांत जोडण्याकरीता भराव टाकण्याचे अनेक प्रकल्प नंतरच्या शतकांमध्ये राबविण्यात आले.१९ व्या शतकाच्या मध्यान्ही, अनेक उद्योग उभारले गेले, यामध्ये सर्वात महत्त्वाच्या कापड गिरण्या समाविष्ट होत्या. यानंतर मुख्यत्वे रेल्वे, बंदरे आणि गिरण्या यांमध्ये रोजगाराच्या शोधात येणाऱया स्थलांतरीतांची संख्या सतत झपाटय़ाने वाढत राहीली.

व्यावसययिक भरभराट. बॉम्बेची पुनर्रचना. सन १८६१ मध्ये, अमेरिकन यादवी युद्ध सुरु झाले आणि त्याचा परिणाम म्हणजे अमेरिकेच्या दक्षिण राज्यातील बंदरांचा कोंडमारा झाला; त्या देशामधून इंग्लंडमधील लँकेशायर मिलला कापसाचा कच्चा माल मिळविणे अशक्य झाले. त्या मिलला भारतातील पश्चिम आणि मध्य भागातील मुंबई बाजारातून कापूस विकत घेण्यास भाग पडले आणि पाच वर्षाच्या युद्ध कालावधीमध्ये, असा अंदाज होता की, शहरामध्ये ८१ दशलक्ष पौंडहून जास्त चलनी नाणी आली. याचा परिणाम म्हणजे फक्त व्यावसायिक भरभराटीचा चमत्कारच नाही तर कंपनीच्या रोख्यांमध्येसुद्धा भाव वाढ झाली अणि जी प्राथमिकपणे अमर्याद सुधारणा योजना स्थापण्याकरिता झाली होती. सन १८६४ पर्यंत येथे ३१ बँका, १६ आर्थिक सहाय्य संघटना, ८ जमिनीच्या कंपन्या, १६ प्रेस कंपन्या, १० जहाज कंपन्या, २० आयुर्विमा कंपन्या तर १८५५ मध्ये १० कंपन्या होत्या आणि संयुक्त स्टॉक कंपन्या अस्तित्वात नव्हत्या.दुर्दैवाने, सन १८६५ मध्ये अमेरिकन यादवी युध्दाच्या समाप्तीमुळे, बॉम्बेतील व्यावसायिक भरभराट कोसळली आणि अनेक कंपन्या डबघाईस गेल्या. भरभराटीच्या मध्यान्ही सन १८६२ ते १८६७ पर्यंत मुंबईचे राज्यपाल, सर बार्टल फ्रेर, यांनी किल्ल्याची भिंत तोडून शहराची पुनर्रचना करण्याचा अतिशय महत्वपूर्ण निर्णय घेतला. किल्ल्याचा तट, दरवाजे आणि खंदक संपूर्णतः काढून टाकण्यात आले आणि किल्ल्याच्या भागामध्ये भव्य गॉथिक सजावट असलेल्या इमारती बांधून मोकळ्या जागेवर नवीन शहर उदयास आले. १९ व्या शतकाच्या अखेरपर्यत, मुंबई भारताचे प्रमुख शहर बनले आणि देशाचे महत्वाचे, व्यावसायिक, आर्थिक, व्यापारी आणि औद्योगिक केंद्र आणि बंदर बनले. सन १८९० मध्ये मोठय़ा प्रमाणावर प्लेग या साथीचा परिणाम म्हणून शहरात बहुसंख्य सुधारणा करण्यात आल्या. सन १९३० मध्ये, जेव्हा सर्व उपलब्ध भूभागावर बांधकाम झाल्यानंतर बहुसंख्य औद्योगिक आस्थापने उभारले गेले, जमिनीवरील ताण वाढत गेला आणि इमारत बांधकाम उच्च टोकावर पोहोचले.

स्वातंत्र्य चळवळ

मुंबई आणि स्वातंत्र्य चळवळस्वातंत्र्य चळवळीने मुंबईय प्रचंड उत्तेजन मिळाले. ज्यामुळे प्रत्येक मोठय़ा राजकीय आंदोलनामध्ये मुंबईची प्रमुख भूमिका होती. सन १९४७ मध्ये स्वातंत्र्य मिळाल्यानंतर, पाकिस्तानमधून आलेल्या निर्वासितांची पुढे लोकसंख्येमध्ये भर पडली. २० व्या शतकाच्या मध्यानंतर, मुंबई आणि बाहेरील भागांमध्येही उंच इमारतीच्या स्वरुपामध्ये वाढ होत गेली, त्यामुळे उत्तरीय उपनगरे आणि भूखंडामध्ये जलद विस्तार होत गेला. आज, शहराची लोकसंख्या अंदाजे १४ दशलक्ष पेक्षाअधिक व दिवसेंदिवस वाढत जात आहे.

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