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Laughter Heaven – The Laughter Club.

Mr. Sabrewal, a film distributor in Mumbai, was going through the toughest phase of his life. Prolonged illness, depression and lack of family support almost pushed the once a healthy man to the brink of suicide. In your worst times, sometimes the best friends might also leave you to yourself. However, one of his closest […]

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From Saturday, Jun 01 till Sunday, Jun 30, 2013, 11:00 AM Onwards Café Mangii invites its patrons to bite into lip-smackingly delish pizzas at its month long World Pizza Festival. Relish the flavours of the world with a range of smoking hot, flavoursome pizzas like The Big Fat Greek Pizza, The French Connection, The Desi […]

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Celebrated Director Baz Luhrmann Painted a wall at bandra’s Le Sutra.

“Le Sutra – The World’s First Indian Art Hotel” have always associated with Art & Indian Philosophy in our every Endeavour. They extended an Art Gesture between Australia & India, when celebrated Director Baz Luhrmann of Moulin Rouge, Australia & The recently released “The Great Gatsby” fame, along with Australia’s People’s Choice Artist Vincent Fantauzzo, […]

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Only 11 bungalows remain on Pali Hill

This article from TOI is a bit dated, and things might have changed, but a great piece of journalism, republishing it again.  The felling of bungalows in the leafy and exclusive oasis of Bandra’s Pali Hill has been recorded with dismal regularity. But the pace of redevelopment—and the growth of multi-storey towers—is staggering. Of the 32 bungalows […]

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The Bandra Project.

‘Queen of the Suburbs’, that’s how the suburb of Bandra is described, and rightly so! Everyone loves this suburb. It is the symbol of Mumbai’s cosmopolitan lifestyle. From the energetic nightlife, the seafronts of Bandstand and Carters Road and the celebrities, we are in awe of everything that Bandra has to offer. There’s so much […]

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Bandra Station – Inaugurated in 1869

History of Bandra – The Queen of Bombay Suburbs

This is so Interesting. It also gives the origin of the term “East Indian”. Bandra was a tiny fishing village inhabited by Kolis (fishermen) and farmers. It was acquired by the British East India Company while the rest of Bombay belonged to the Portuguese. There was an 18 hole golf course in Bandra called Danda […]

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