Capital of Maharashtra State in India

The Capital of Maharashtra : Mumbai

Population : 24 Million.(estimated data in 2018)
Language known : Both English and Hindi are spoken widely in Mumbai. but the official language of Mumbai is Marathi.
Land area : 603.4 km²
Established year : 1960
Mumbai, also called Bombay and ‘Amchi Mumbai’ is the Financial Capital of India also being the richest city and having the highest GDP. It is India’s most populous city and ranks 2nd on the world’s population count.

Mumbai was established as the capital in the year 1960 when the state of Maharashtra was formed. Mumbai was originally a land of Koli community which was several centuries later won over by Portuguese empires and even later by East India Company.

The Western city of Mumbai owns n number of monuments and places to visit. The city is marked by Gateway of India which was made by the British in the year 1924 and the Bollywood which welcomes a large number of aspiring folks every year. The city also houses a lot of notable institutes including Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC), IIT Bombay and NMIMS to name a few. The city also annexes Siddhivinayak Temple, Chaattrapati Shivaji Terminus, Elephanta Caves and Islands, the famous Marine drive, Mumba Devi temple after which Mumbai is named to name a few.

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