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BOMBAY: THE CITY OF DREAMS

Prepared by: team indigo

GROUP MEMBERS
1. MOHAMMED HAFIZ
2. WASIM AHMED (GROUP MENTOR)
3. ABDUL RAHMAN
4. ABDUL KHUDDUS
5. SHOAIB
6. ZACHARIA JOHNSON
Mumbai, formerly known as Bombay, is the
capital of the Indian state of Maharashtra

It is the most populous city in India and the fourth


most populous city in the world , with a total
population of approximately 20.7 million people

Mumbai lies on the west coast of India and has a


deep natural harbor

Mumbai is also the richest city in India, and has


the highest GDP of any city in south, west or central
Asia
HISTORY OF THE CITY OF BOMBAY
In the 17th century Bombay was a group of islands
under the Portuguese control

In 1661, control of the islands passed into British hands


after the marriage of Britain's King Charles II to the
Portuguese princess

At first, Bombay was the major outlet for cotton textiles


from Gujarat. Later, in the nineteenth century, the city
functioned as a port through which large quantities of
raw materials such as cotton and opium would pass.
Gradually it became an important administrative
centre in western India and by the end of 19th century
it became a major industrial centre
Bombay became the capital of the Bombay
Presidency in 1819, after the Maratha defeat in the
Anglo-Maratha war

The first cotton textile mill in Bombay was


established in 1854. By 1921, there were 85 cotton
mills with about 146,000 workers

It was also at the junction head of two major


railways. The railways encouraged an even higher
scale of migration into the city

The famine in the dry regions of Kutch also drove


large numbers of people into Bombay in 1888-89
MUMBAI: THE FINANCIAL CAPITAL OF INDIA
Mumbai is the commercial and entertainment capital of
India

It is one of the world's top 10 centre's of commerce in


terms of global financial flow

It generates:
* approximately 5% of India's GDP
*25% of India's industrial output
*70% of maritime trade in India
*70% of capital transactions to India's economy

It houses important financial institutions such as the RBI


(Reserve Bank of India), the Bombay Stock Exchange
(BSE), the National Stock Exchange of India(NSE), the SEBI
and the corporate headquarters of numerous Indian
companies and multinational corporations
Mumbai also accounts for:

*slightly more than 6.16% of India's economy

*10% of factory employment

*30% of income tax collections

*60% of customs duty collections

*20% of central excise tax collections

*40% of the total foreign trade

*and rupees 40,000 Crore (US $10 billion) in corporate taxes to


the Indian economy.
Mumbai is the world's 29th largest city by GDP

Mumbai was ranked among the fastest growing


cities in India for business startup and it enjoys a Per
Capita Income of $2,845.

In PPP (Purchasing Power Parity) dollars, Mumbai


had a Per Capita Income of $7,050

In the recent years Mumbai is experiencing rapid


growth. By 2020-21 fiscal year , Mumbai's GDP Per
capita at PPP is expected to reach US$23,000,
making it South Asia's richest city
MUMBAI FILM CITY
Mumbai Film City was set up by Maharashtra
Government in 1978 to sustain Bollywood Film
industry and provide them the facilities to flourish.
It is a sprawling campus that covers an area of 350
acres has 20 fully equipped indoor studios as well
outdoor setting for filming.
The Film City is located in the suburbs of Mumbai in
a secluded vicinity of lush Aarey colony at
Goregaon. It is located on the bordering areas of
Sanjay Gandhi National Park which is easily
accessible from the Western Expressway.