Bhuleshwar still retains its old world charm with beautifully carved temples and buildings, cows and birds, and a bazaar. It has several hidden alleys with shops that have goods which are typically Indian – saris and dress materials with shiny embroidery, stone-embedded jewellery, colourful fresh flowers, statues, other material to be offered in temples, etc.
The walk includes a visit to the cow-shed which hosts more than Protected content (even some rabbits, parrots and geese!!), where adults and children can both enjoy feeding grass to the cows. Lastly, we will see the famous Mumbadevi temple, from which the city of Mumbai gets its name.
Perfect opportunity for enthusiastic photographers to capture "typical" life in India
Date: Saturday, 12th May and Thursday, 17th May from 10 am – 12 pm
Charges: Rs Protected content visitor, Rs Protected content children between Protected content of age and free for children under 5 years of age