This tour will give you a mesmerizing insight into Mumbai's diverse people - their clothes, religion, food and ways of life.
Start the tour with the Parsis. Mumbai would not be the same without its Zoroastrian inhabitants. Not only would the flavour of the city become more bland, much of its history would also be lost without them. It’s said that parsis are like sugar; wherever they go they leave behind their sweetness. We can see their fire temple here.
You can also see St. Thomas Cathedral, one of the oldest Anglican Churches in Mumbai, with an active Christian community that is very much a part of the city.
Two Jewish communities, the Baghdadi Jews and the Bene-Israel have been associated with the city in the past. The tour takes you to one of the oldest synagogues in Mumbai.
Mumbai has a large Muslim population, including Vohras, Khojas, Memons and several other communities. Drive or walk through the by-lanes of Mohammed Ali Road or the Bhendi bazaar for a glimpse of their lives.
And, for a look at the large Hindu community, we'll take you to see the Banganga water tank and the Walkeshwar temple, two of the oldest religious monuments in Mumbai.
Jain community also accounts for a large population in Mumbai. Eating after Sunset is prohibited in their religion. We can see a very famous jain temple which is more than 100 years old!