The National Museum of Indian Cinema in south Mumbai is a long overdue homage to our enduring romance with the movies. | By Pragya Bhagat
Inspired by Shantaram, a walking tour searches for novelistic beauty in old Mumbai's fraying facades and lively thrum.
Homey sandwiches, unlimited Maharashtrian thaalis, and a misal stall as old as Independent India—these joints reveal Pune’s endless appetite.
Historian Dr. Simin Patel’s route through the city is marked with forgotten joints, new friendships, and pre-Independence-era relics.
A writer reflects on his old hobby of travelling around the city to photograph its majestic felines in hidden nooks and corners.
A photographer traces the city’s iconic neighbourhoods and people who’ve made it home.
Just two hours from Mumbai, Fernandes Wadi is perfect to devour Kutchi-Konkani food, dehusk coconuts and, if you so will, do nothing at all.
Tune into Mumbai’s evolving jazz scene for good times past and present.
Once visited by the likes of Mark Twain and Richard Burton, erstwhile Watson’s Hotel is in a state of decay.
A photographer captures Mumbaikars’ love and devotion for the elephant god.