This double-sided may features a street plan of Central Mumbai on one side and a map of western India n the reverse.
The map of Central Bombay includes an index listing 120 old colonial street names, many of them also shown on the map itself next to the currently used names. A more general, small enlargement covers a wider area showing access to the city’s international airport. The map extends from the World Trade Centre complex in the south to the Bollywood studios, the Nehru Science Centre and the Mahalaxmi Race Course. Main traffic arteries are highlighted and one way streets are indicated. The map shows the city’s commuter and long-distance railway stations and indicates the course of the proposed new metro line. Symbols mark various institutions and facilities, including many hotels, places of worship, consulates, shopping centres, etc. Also included is an inset covering a wider area, extending beyond the city’s airport and Juhu Beach to the Sanjay Gandhi National Park. Railway lines are shown with names of stations.
The map of the west coast of India covers the country from the far south to north of Surat. This essentially covers southern India and provides an excellent supplement for those visiting India starting with Mumbai. The popular enclaves of Goa, Damien, and Pondicherry are also included, as is the crossing to Sri Lanka.
Scales 1:8,400 & 1:1,600,000
Map opens out to 1000mm x 680mm, printed on both sides