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Description Nile Green's Bombay Islam shows how Muslim migration from Bombay fueled demand for a wide range of religious suppliers. As a thriving port city, nineteenth-century Bombay attracted migrants from acros... more

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Super

AdvantagesExcellent range of meat and veggie/vegan dishes, cheap

DisadvantagesA little bit off the beaten track.

...I love cooking home made food, but in general I'm not fantastic at Indian cookery, especially the side dishes. It's a real shame, as I do love a good Indian meal, but sadly there aren't really any reasonbly priced Indian takeaways in my area that have a consistently good standard. However, what I do have is the Bombay Sweet Centre. I'm not sure when I first became aware of the Bombay Sweet...

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“Bombay Mix”

published 16/04/2013

AdvantagesAn interesting blend of racial and class ingredients

DisadvantagesI had hoped for the stories to be a bit more complex and surprising

...A Tasty Mix Bombay Bhel by Ken Doyle is a collection of short stories set in Mumbai. Doyle was born in the city, part of a family with Anglo-Indian heritage and Portuguese Goan connections but his stories reflect the rich culture of the city, offering short stories from across the class and religious groups of Mumbai. He left India to move to the USA as a student and set up home in Wisconsin...

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Excellent

“Salaam Bombay !”

published 02/03/2009

AdvantagesA magical city of contrasts, that is coping inspite of all odds

DisadvantagesThere are many

...Mumbai derives its name from Mumba Devi a local diety worshipped by the Maratha fisher folk of the region. Mumba Devi is the goddess of sea and according to folklores she blessed the region and took care of the Fisherman community. When India was under the British rule the name Mumbai got slightly changed , as they were unable to pronounce the name , and was called Bombay for all official...

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