Aditi: Dreaming In The City That Never Sleeps

    • Aditi Bhosle,
    • Standard: IX-A,
    • GIRTON HIGH SCHOOL(GRANT RD),
    • Mumbai.

    • Publish Date: Sep 10 2019 10:38PM
    • |
    • Updated Date: Sep 15 2019 12:45PM
Aditi: Dreaming In The City That Never Sleeps

Often known as the city that never sleeps, Mumbai is one of the busiest as well as the most populated city in India. It is very famous for its piquant food items which are not available with the same taste anywhere else. Being one of the wealthiest cities many billionaires and millionaires of India reside here.


The Elephanta Caves and Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT) are the city's distinctive tourist spots which are also included in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Migrants from every part of the country come here to experience the perks of having a fine but a busy life.


Earlier known as Bombay, Mumbai has given us the nostalgic and stupendous entertainment industry which we know as Bollywood (Bombay + Hollywood). The city of dreams holds many budding artists in search of appreciation for their talents, and it costs a fortune to be identified as a true talent amongst the city's gaggle.


Here, each house, big or small is a dream accomplished or waiting to be accomplished. A city of undaunted spirits fulfills all our wishes once worked hard upon. Never stopping and never sleeping, Mumbai teaches people to face rejections multiple times (you'll understand this if you travel by rikshaw or taxi), face hardships, love, enjoy and be happy. It's not just a location but a true feeling of brotherhood and ardour. 

 


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Om Tiwari KENIA & ANCHOR ENGLISH SCHOOL (Secondary Section)

Yes it''s very true being a mumbiker I''ve experienced it myself. Mumbai is a teacher in itself

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