The day I landed in Mumbai, I was pretty sure that I am going to write something about it which will satisfy my fervor about this peaceful yet cluttered city.

Mumbai has given me the sense of satisfaction of achieving the dream, the sense of frustration on losing the hope, the sense of disappointment after being rejected number of times but it also gave me the sense of belief on getting back on toes and grind out hard to fulfil the dreams!”

The most vital lesson I learnt here is; one has to chase the dreams rather than people here. Itโ€™s great to get to learn so much of life from the city itself!!!!

Itโ€™s been a thoughtful headache to inscribe Mumbai; which I enjoyed to push a pencil on.

Mumbai is the city of dreams where many individuals come and go but only those who fall in love with this city survives to live lively in other parts of the world. Mumbai is like a big bang bell which keeps on ticking. It has its own uniformity.

In Mumbai, Wada Pav is king and Local transport is better than the Metro. Gangsters are more famous than film stars. Mosque is just side by the Mahalaxmi temple indicating the God is one. People worships cricket as religion and Azad Maidan & Shivaji Park as temple. It is the city where, one can see a beggar from the window of aeroplane. Fashion Street is more famous than highly branded shops. The neckless of queen is the best scene to see in the night is the same where people seats and dream of getting big in this beautiful city. Mumbai is the city where unemployment is just the word. It is the city which values the hard work of an individual by providing the opportunity to get big in professional life. Mumbai is the city of seizing the exposure of Manufacturing hub, IT hub, Research and Development hub. Mumbai teaches how to get big in life with positive attitude, perfect approach and in proper way.

All in all Mumbai is the hub of multiple opportunities to work in cultural as well as technologically innovative environment and the city to live life the way one has dreamt of!

These peerless lines perfectly suits the life in Mumbai

“Time waits for no one. It flies past us and we get left behind”.

Image Courtesy:- Pratik Kulkarni



  1. There was a constant smile on my smile while I was going through the blog…because I could easily relate your experiences with me and same would be for all new comers in Mumbai.
    But yes.. Well written.. Keep the good job up my dear friend. ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š

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