Mumbai | Maharashtra | India
Ideal Duration: 3-5 hours
Open Time: Throughout the year
Nearest Airport: Chhatrapati Shivaji International (Sahar International)
Nearest Railway Station: Mumbai Central, Mumbai CST
There can be no better way to measure the diversity and inequality of Mumbai than that the city has both Dharavi (slum) and Antilia houses. Established in 1883 during British rule, Dharavi expanded rapidly due to rural migration and an increasing number of factories in Bombay. According to suggested estimates, Dharavi's population is reported to be around 10,00000.It is home to multi-religious and multi-ethnic people who are involved in various activities ranging from leather, textiles, pottery, and even the growing recycling industry. The informal economy of Dharavi is thriving and goods from Dharavi are exported to many parts of the world. The total annual turnover from the economy is approximately USD 1 billion.Despite many plans to resettle the population and develop the place, Dharavi still suffers from hygiene standards. Every year many foreign tourists visit Dharavi for a tour to explore the way of living of Dharavi's people, and many of them get stunned after knowing the lifestyle of these people. Dharavi is also one of the most densely populated areas in the world, but still, the people of Dharavi plays a very important role in contributing to the country's economy.
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