Bombay Heritage Walks

#1 Oct 13th, 2004, 05:55
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Apr 2002
Portland, Oregon USA
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I can't remember how I found out about this group, but their guided walks of different sites in Mumbai sounded interesting. I wrote to them and they emailed me their schedule for the rest of 2004 and the first half of 2005. I figured others would be interested in this, so I'm posting it here. I'm in no way connected with these people, and I haven't been on any of their outtings, so this should not be considered an endorsement. I provide their schedule for informational purposes only. Are we clear on that? :-)



November 21 at 5:00 pm from Flora Fountain
Walking along D.N. Road
Flora Fountain – D.N.Road – V.T. – B.M.C. HQ

December 19 at 5:00 pm from St. Andrew’s Church, Hill Road, Bandra
Bandra Village Walk
St. Andrew’s Church – Waroda Rd – Ranwar Village – Chapel St – Mt. Carmel Church

2005 *
Walks organized during the Kala Ghoda Art Fest ‘05
(Dates, timings, routes and start points to be announced)

February 27 at 5:00 pm from Walkeshwar Bus Depot
Around Banganga - A Sacred Walk
Jagannath Mahadeo - Rama Mandir - Jabreshwar Mahadeo – Tank & Deepstambhas - Walkeshwar Mandir - Kavle Math

March 27 at 5:00 pm from the Asiatic Library
Walk around the Civic Hub
Asiatic Library – RBI – Mulji Fountain – P D’Mello Road - GPO – V.T. – St. George’s Hospital – BMC HQ – Capitol Cinema

April 24
Walking around Bhuleshwar
(Time, route and start point to be announced)

May 29 at 5:00 pm from Capitol Cinema, opp. V.T.
Walking to Crawford Market
Capitol Cinema - VT- St. Xaviers' College - Metro Cinema – Jer Mahal - St. Xaviers' School - Tilak Marg - Crawford Market


The routes are designed to last for approx. 90 minutes.

Names of persons wishing to participate must be given atleast three days prior to the date of the walk (no cancellation charges).
Registrations can be made either over the phone or via email -

Rs. 100/- per person.
Discounted price for students & handicapped persons is Rs. 50/- per person.
(Available only for scheduled Sunday walks. Students I.D. cards must be shown.)
Payments must be made before the start of the walk at the starting point itself. No exceptions.

If you are interested in knowing about our other activities (like private group walks, workshops for students etc.) please write back with your request.

*If you have any further questions, please feel free to write back.
We look forward to your participation in the heritage walks scheduled for 2004-05.


*Brinda Gaitonde & Abha Bahl
Co-founders & Organisers

P.O.Box #6177, Malabar Hill Post Office, B.G.Kher Marg, Mumbai 400 006

Tel: Brinda - (022) 2683 5856/ Abha - (022) 2369 0992
Fax: 2364 3234. Email:
--May a moody baby doom a yam.
#2 Oct 13th, 2004, 06:23
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Jul 2003
Nashik, INDIA
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That's certainly very informative and useful.

While on the subject of walks in Mumbai, there's a very interesting book titled "Fort Walks", by Rahul Mehrotra and Sharada Dwivedi. It details the various heritage walks one can undertake in South Mumbai. The photographs are a bonus. A "must" for all "walk" addicts planning to visit Mumbai !
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