Among the densely-populated neighborhood of Bhuleshwar in South Mumbai, a dazzling array of colorful saris, golden jewelry and second-hand furniture shops line the crowded streets. At the heart of this scene is the Bhuleshwar Bazaar, where the locals shop for their fruit and vegetables and visitors marvel at the bustling scenes, doing their best to blend in.
The other markets in the Bhuleshwar neighborhood include Crawford and Mangaldas, plus Zaveri Bazaar and Chor Bazaar. In addition to the markets, there are over 100 temples in the surrounding area, including the famous Mumbadevi Temple from which the city derives its name.
The neighborhood of Bhuleshwar is located in South Mumbai, with the closest railway station being Grant Road. Visitors should bear in mind that the area is a conservative Muslim area and should therefore dress appropriately in loose clothing that covers legs and shoulders.