Mumbai

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  ?Mumbai
Maharashtra • India
Ing Nariman Point ampo ing Cuffe Parade king downtown Mumbai
Ing Nariman Point ampo ing Cuffe Parade king downtown Mumbai
Map indicating the location of Mumbai
Location of Mumbai
 Mumbai 
Coordinates: 18°58′N 72°49′E / 18.96, 72.82
Oras zona IST (UTC+5:30)
Lualas
Kátas
603.4 km² (233 sq mi)
• 8 m (26 ft)
Distritu Mumbai City
Mumbai Suburban
Populasiun
Pangasiksik
Metro
13,662,885 (1st) (2008)

• 20,870,764 (1st) (2008)
Municipal commissioner Jairaj Phatak
Mayor Shubha Raul
Kodiku
Pincode
Telepanu
UN/LOCODE
Saken

• 400 xxx
• +022
• INBOM
• MH 01—03
Website: www.mcgm.gov.in
Seal of the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai
Seal of the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai

Coordinates: 18°58′N 72°49′E / 18.96, 72.82

Ing Mumbai (Marathi: मुंबई, Mumbaī, IPA:/ˈmumbəi/ ), sadiang Bombay, ing tungku (capitoliu o cabecera) ning estadu ning Maharashtra ampo ing tungkung pisalapian (financial capital) ning India. Ing Mumbai, a maki populasiun a labing atlung (13) miliun, ing lakanbalen a maki kaduang diling pekamaragul a populasiun king yatu.[1] Nung iyabe la reng kayang karulun (suburb) ning Navi Mumbai ampong Thane, muling labingsiam (19) a miliun ing kayang populasiun, ing kalimang pekamaragul a populasiun ning metung a metropolitan area. Atiu king albugan nang bebe dayatmalat (west coast) ning India ing Mumbai, at atin yang malalam a sadsaran o sanlaran a natural (deep natural harbor). Daralan king sadsaran ning Mumbai ing maigit kapitna king kargang pangdayatmalat ning India.[2] Ing Mumbai ing sentru nang pangkalakal ampong panglibangan (entertainment) ning India, at manibat keti ing 5% ning GDP ning India.[3], 25% ning produksiun ning industria, 40% ning kalakal a pangdayatmalat, ampong 70% da reng transaksiun a pang-puhunan (capital transactions) king ekonomia ning India.[4]

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Dalerayan

  1. World Gazetteer estimate for 2008-01-01
  2. (2006) Manorama Yearbook 2006. Kottayam, India: Malayala Manorama. ISBN 8189004077. 
  3. Mumbai Urban Infrastructure Project. Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA).
  4. Navi Mumbai International Airport (JPG). City & Industrial Development Corporation of Maharashtra Limited. Archived from the original on 2012-07-09. Retrieved on 2008-07-18.

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Karagdagang babasan

  • Agarwal, Jagdish; Bombay — Mumbai: A Picture Book (1998) — Wilco Publishing House, ISBN 81-87288-35-3.
  • BusinessWeek; August 12, 2005; "China and India" special coverage.
  • Chaudhari, K.K; History of Bombay (1987) — Modern Period Gazetteers Dept., Govt. of Maharashtra.
  • Contractor, Behram; From Bombay to Mumbai (1998) — Oriana Books.
  • Dwivedi, Sharada & Mehrotra, Rahul; Bombay, The Cities Within (1995) — India Book House Pvt. Ltd. ISBN 81-85028-80-X.
  • Fox, Edmund A; Short History of Bombay Presidency (1887) — Thacker & Co — No ISBN.
  • Imperial Gazetteer of India: vol. vii, Behrampore to Bombay. Oxford at the Clarendon Press. 1908. 421 pages.
  • Katiyar, Arun & Bhojani, Namas; Bombay, A Contemporary Account (1996) — Harper Collins ISBN 81-7223-216-0.
  • MacLean, James Mackenzie; A Guide to Bombay (1875 & 1902) — Various editions; No ISBN.
  • Mappls — Satellite based comprehensive maps of Mumbai (1999) — CE Info Systems Ltd. ISBN 81-901108-0-2.
  • Our Greater Bombay (1990) — Maharashtra State Bureau of Textbook Production and Curriculum Research.
  • Mehta, Suketu ; Maximum City: Bombay Lost and Found (2004) — Knopf ISBN 0-375-40372-8.
  • Patel, Sujata & Thorner, Alice; Bombay, Metaphor for Modern India (1995) — Oxford University Press, ISBN 0-19-563688-0.
  • The Oxford School Atlas; 28th Revised Edition (1991) — Oxford University Press ISBN 0-19-563316-4.
  • Tindall, Gillian; City of Gold (1992) — Penguin, ISBN 0-14-009500-4,
  • Virani, Pinki; Once was Bombay (1999) — Viking, ISBN 0-670-88869-9.
  • Sharada Dwivedi,Goddess Island Indian Express, June 6, 2005.


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