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Stop At: Dharavi, Mumbai India
2 Hours Guided walking tour of Asia largest slum area
this is the same place where Bollywood Movie Slumdog Millionaire was shot, Leather Industries, Pottery, Making of soap, Bakery , Colour Dye, Small Alley, Schools & Hospitals, Houses in Slum, Plastic Recycling, Muslim people making a shrine for Hindus, Recycling of veg oil.
Metal and plastic comes from all over the world to Dharavi to be recycled. See the entire recycling process from sorting to the finished plastic pellets.
The tin hutments that house so many human lives stretch on as far as you can see. You will never forget this view!
Our Community Centre, supported by funds from the tour, provides education in English, computers and life skills to the teenagers and young adults of Dharavi. Other activities such as sports, dancing, and yoga are also hosted at our community centers.
Two tons of food is produced every day in Dharavi and a large part of that is popaddoms, the essential appetizer or side dish of many Indian meals. They are typically made by women in Dharavi in the residential areas.
Kumbharwada Pottery Colony
The Kumbbharwada neighborhood is more than 150 years old and is the oldest part of Dharavi. Artisans create various types of earthen pots that are shipped all over India.
Duration: 2 hours
Stop At: Dhobi Ghat, Dr. E. Moses Rd. near Mahalakshmi Station, Mumbai India
Dhobi Ghat (Open-air laundromat) Mumbai. Known as Dhobis, Mumbai's professional washer-folk congregate in this huge, 140-year-old facility to launder clothes from across the city.
Duration: 10 minutes
Pass By: Antilia, SK Barodawala Marg, Tardeo, Mumbai 400026 India
Antilia is a private home in South Mumbai, India. As of November 2014, it is valued at $2 billion, deemed to be the world's second most valuable residential property, after British crown property Buckingham Palace, and the world's most valuable private residence