Twisted beads' strings to from curtains at the entrance of a very popular restaurant in Bandra. 'Tavaa'. The poles that hold up the name board are tied at the bottom and top by twisted jute (rope). Click on the picture to have a closer look.
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The 'Pearl of the Orient' is the only revolving restaurant in Mumbai, with a breathtaking view of the Arabian sea and the Queen's necklace. It offers a wide range of Oriental cuisine (Chinese, Japanese, Thai and Korean). Serves a 3 course set menu for lunch. Otherwise open for lunch and dinner service.
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Orange flags fluttering atop Mumbadevi temple. Mumba Devi Temple, is an old Hindu temple in the city of Mumbai (formerly Bombay) dedicated to the goddess Mumbā, the local incarnation of the Devi (Mother Goddess). Marathi Mumbā derives from Sanskrit Mahā-Ambā "Great Mother", and Mumbaī combines the name with aī, the Marathi for "mother". The goddess Mumba was patron of the agri (salt collectors) and kolis (fisherfolk), the original inhabitants of the seven islands of Bombay. It is 6 centuries old.
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