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@Zee5, @Khaki.Tours & @Mumbai_IGers are inviting you to participate in a Heritage PhotoWalk starting from Asiatic Society to Hutatma Chowk. Let’s celebrate the struggle that built Bombay’s fate. Top 3 winners stand a chance to win a ZEE5 Subscription! #HutatmaPhotowalk #LadhaiHaqqaSathi Date: May 11, 2019 (Saturday) Time: 07:30 am to 09:00 am Start Location: Asiatic Society, Mumbai Contact: @meghnagirohtra 9820086014 HOW TO PARTICIPATE: 1) Please fill your details in the form: http://bit.ly/HutatmaPhotoWalk (clickable URL in our bio) 2) Comment below if you'd like to attend. We will inform the selected participants via email, on May 10. #Zee5 #Zee5premium #mumbai_igers at Asiatic Society, Town Hall

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@setsinthecity.in and @mumbai_igers present a unique PhotoWalk, exploring Mumbai's first outdoor photography studio, Set's in the City! When: 5th May 04:00 pm onwards. @setsinthecity.in if a one of a kind outdoor photography studio with over 25 different sets ranging from Moroccon architecture to the streets of Italy with a beautiful Canal, and it's just an hour away from Mumbai! The photowalk will be lead by Architect, Photographer and co-creator of Set's in the City, Rishul Bangar @explorishh. Entry fee- 300 (Includes a beverage and snacks) Travel fee -500 (Optional) Limited seats available, for reservation contact Rishul at 9967588212. #mumbai_igers #MIPhotoWalks

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@a_walk_inthepark and @mumbai_igers present a unique PhotoWalk, celebrating India’s first weekend for families! When: 27th & 28th April 11:30 am onwards One Avighna Park, Lower Parel Comment below with your reason to attend and we’ll select 10 lucky Instagrammers who’ll get free entry! Best photos will get featured on our feeds. Make sure you’re following both handles: @a_walk_inthepark and @mumbai_igers About the event: A Walk in the Park is India’s first weekend for families. Two days dedicated to getting families and friends-like-family to spend quality time through a combination of unique activities and experiences at the sprawling premises of One Avighna Park. Photo-ops: An intimately planned treasure hunt with a little something for everyone. Larger-than-life, interactive and roomy board games with ample space for the entire gang. An exhibition with a collection of cherry-picked, unique and quality exhibitors. An array of workshops and sessions for everyone; like fluid art, hand lettering, boomwhackers and dreamcatchers. #AWalkInThePark #mumbai_igers #MIPhotoWalks at One Avighna Park

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There's something about Ladakh that calls out to the inner traveller within us. Here's your calling now, and if you want to answer it get in touch with @breathingview_ ! They're offering packages at a very affordable price. This is the one chance you wouldn't wanna miss. Bookings open for August getaway. For details, call Mariette at 7506047304. #MIPartner at Ladakh, India

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Take a leisurely stroll through wonderfully eclectic Kala Ghoda! @meghnagirohtra invites you for our #ExploreKalaGhoda Guided PhotoWalk on Sunday, April 21. We will photograph various bylanes in this heritage precinct that houses several iconic structures. It has also become a thriving hub for haute couture and art galleries. Date: April 21 (Sunday) Timings: 8:30 am - 10:30 am Start point: Rhythm House, Kala Ghoda, Fort Participation Fees: INR 500 per person Total no. of spots: 20 Payment options: PayTM @meghnagirohtra at 9820086014 InstaMojo ticketing link (Debit/Credit Card/Netbanking) https://imjo.in/RtQk8h Cash payments accepted only if spots are available. Walk-ins are sometimes difficult to accommodate, so please inform Meghna beforehand. You can use any camera type. DSLR/Smartphone/Point-and-shoot/GoPro/Film. Photo by: @nemod96 #mumbai_igers #meghnagirohtra #MIPhotoWalks at KalaGhoda

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Aerial view of Tardeo, showcasing the Willingdon Sports Club. Photographed by @pranshudubey Curated by @meghnagirohtra Tag your photos with #mumbai_igers to be featured on our page. #MIFeatures ********************************************** The Willingdon Sports Club is a private sports club in South Mumbai. It was founded in 1918 by Lord Willingdon, the then Governor of Bombay. Willingdon was refused permission to take an Indian Maharaja with him to the Bombay Gymkhana, Byculla Club and Royal Bombay Yacht Club, which then allowed only Europeans and hence, decided to start a club that both Indians and Europeans could go to. The most exclusive and elusive club in Mumbai. Membership has been closed since 1985, and only the children of current members can attain membership. Corporate membership is granted for 10 years for two members at a total cost of about over Rs. 30 crores. at Willingdon Sports Club

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#WorldHeritageDay Series: Featuring, Mughal Masjid, a majestic piece of Iranian heritage in Dongri. Photographers: @bysarahkhan @shalini_vangani **************************************************** The masjid was built in 1860 by a wealthy Iranian merchant, Haji Mohammad Hussain Shirazi. “There was a reason behind building the mosque in Bhendi Bazaar. At that point of time, this area was considered an uptown, a bastion for big traders and exporters who would come with ship-loads of goods. These traders contributed heavily to the construction of religious places in Dongri.”, ~ Ali Namazi, the honorary secretary of the mosque. The masjid was built on the lines of the mosques in Shiraz, Iran. A peculiar feature of Shirazi architecture is that the mosques have only two minarets and no dome. Next to the masjid, lies the only surviving Irani Hamam (Turkish bath) in India. According to research scholar, Sarover Zaidi, “The Moghul Masjid is important for both Iranians as well as the Shias from Bombay and was built as a statement of solidarity. The mosque is not just a heritage piece but a place that brims with life.” (Info Source: Mid-day) ************************************************* April 18 is celebrated as the International Day for Monuments and Sites. @mumbai_igers has always celebrated Bombay’s rich architectural heritage, through our PhotoWalks and features. And MI’s founder-curator @meghnagirohtra is always happy to meet fellow history and heritage buffs! Do comment below, and tell us about your favourite heritage building in Bombay. You can also DM your pics of unseen gems like these, to get featured on our page :) Tag your photos with #mumbai_igers and #BombaysHeritage. #MIFeatures at Mughal Masjid

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#WorldHeritageDay - April 18 is celebrated as the International Day for Monuments and Sites. @mumbai_igers has always celebrated Bombay’s rich architectural heritage, through our PhotoWalks and features. And founder @meghnagirohtra is always happy to meet fellow history and heritage buffs! Do comment below, and tell us about your favourite heritage building in Bombay. You can also DM your favourite pics of #BombaysHeritage and get featured on our page :) Curated by @meghnagirohtra Tag your photos with #mumbai_igers to be featured on our page. #MIFeatures ******************************************** Featuring @tajmahalmumbai Photographed by @rahul_vangani Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata, founder of the Tata Group, opened the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, overlooking the Arabian Sea, on 16 December 1903. It was the first Taj property and the first Taj hotel. There are several anecdotal stories about why Tata opened it, including an incident of him being refused entry to Watsons Hotel, which permitted only Europeans. A more plausible reason was that the 1896 onset of the plague epidemic was threatening Bombay’s fortunes. Tata set up the hotel “purely for the love of the city” and to attract people. He travelled to places like London, Paris, Berlin and Düsseldorf to arrange for materials and pieces of art, furniture and interior artefacts for his hotel. Built in the Indo-Saracenic architectural style, the original Indian architects were Sitaram Khanderao Vaidya and D. N. Mirza, and the project was completed by an English engineer, W. A. Chambers. The builder was Khansaheb Sorabji Ruttonji Contractor who also designed and built its famous central floating staircase. The hotel was built for over ₹4 crore. Its first 17 guests were charged ₹10 for single rooms and ₹13 for rooms with attached bathrooms and fans. It was also turned into a 600-bed hospital during World War I, from 1914 to 1918. #tajmahalpalace #tajhotels #tajhotelmumbai #colaba at The Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai

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Join @meghnagirohtra and @mumbai_igers as we discover a slice of the vast, fascinating history of Bombay Fort! From a 155-year old Fountain to a 300-year old cathedral that lent its name to the original Church Gate, the bustling railway station. This guided PhotoWalk will be led by Meghna Girohtra, founder and chief blogger of Mumbai Instagrammers. #FountainToChurch When: April 14, 2019 (Sunday) Time: 7:45 am - 10:30 am Start Point: Flora Fountain, Veer Nariman Road, Fort Participation Fee: INR 500 per person Tickets: Link in our bio and Story You can also pay via PayTM, to Meghna at 9820086014 Itinerary - Key Stops: (i) Flora Fountain (ii) Yazdani Bakery (iii) St. Thomas Cathedral (iv) Asiatic Library We’ll end the PhotoWalk with some easy editing tips for architecture photos. Those interested can join us for breakfast at Cafe Military. Best photo wins fun photography goodies! For pics uploaded on Instagram feeds. Photo credit: @karlkolah #meghnagirohtra #mumbai_igers #MIPhotoWalks at Flora Fountain

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#WorldHeritageDay! April 18 is celebrated as the International Day for Monuments and Sites. @mumbai_igers has always celebrated Bombay’s rich heritage, through photography. And founder @meghnagirohtra is always happy to meet fellow history and heritage aficionados! Pictured here is the city’s oldest museum, @bdlmuseum, situated at Byculla East. Photographed by @hersh_a Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Mumbai City Museum was originally established in 1855 as a treasure house of the decorative and industrial arts. Formerly known as the Victoria & Albert Museum, it was later renamed in honour of Dr. Bhau Daji Lad. The museum houses a large number of archaeological finds, maps and historical photographs of Mumbai, clay models, silver and copper ware and costumes. Its significant collections include a 17th-century manuscript of Hatim Tai. Do comment below, and tell us about your favourite heritage building in Bombay. #BombaysHeritage Curated by @meghnagirohtra Tag your photos with #mumbai_igers to be featured on our page. #MIFeatures at Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum

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