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Story by Star Mumbai

 Rated : 5.0

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Had a marvellous Dharavi tour this weekend for 1.5 hrs.Tour guide Paras was very categorical in telling that this was not a slum tour for showing poverty to foreigners but to show them the reality about entrepreneurial inhabitats of Dharavi who work vey hard for their daily needs.After taking this tour i feel a proud indian and a proud mumbaikar.Would definetly recommend this to every mumbaikar and to every indian to see dharavi from a perspective other than one projected by hollywood movies

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Story by Ada Strzelecka

 Rated : 5.0

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It was great experience. Guide is very kind and has a lot of knowledge. I have never seen something like this before. I would highly reccomend this tour to everyone.

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Story by Sheela Somayaji

 Rated : 5.0

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Bakery, soap making, pappadum making, embroidery and many other professions are followed here. This was indeed a great experience for me.

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Story by Anusuya Gowda

 Rated : 5.0

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I did not like too many foreigner visiting this place and this is the only impression that they carry back to their country and speak bad about our country.

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Story by Sarisha Chaturvedi

 Rated : 5.0

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Though we were not allowed to take photographs in some places, my mind copied it all. I met some reaaly good people here and got to know more about their struggles.

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Story by Gajadhar Gandhi

 Rated : 5.0

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A trip to Dharavi is a guided trip, where experienced guides take through the place. I had a guide with me but a little more patience from him would be better.

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Story by Bhushan Deshpande

 Rated : 5.0

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A visit to Dharavi gives the taste of whole India as people of all over the country come to stay here. It can be called mini India. The guide also helped us to know more about the diverse ethnicity.

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Story by Aasha Reddy

 Rated : 5.0

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About one million of Mumbai residents live in Dharavi. Obviously their lifestyle and their professions will be different. Recycling, pottery making, embroidery and soap making are few of them. I got a taste of all of this in Dhravai tour.

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Story by Daksha Khanna

 Rated : 5.0

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Mumbai is a city of dreams. Many people come here to fulfill their dreams of becoming something. Some of the dreams get fulfilled while others remain in the eyes only. The people who are in the second category often do not return and stay back. Dharavi is one such place in Mumbai, which is full of these kinds of people. It s one of the largest slums of Asia and also the heart of Mumbai. Many people who visit Mumbai, often want to see this place. Thus a special walking trip is arranged to this place. I enjoyed this trip thoroughly as I got to know more about their lifestyle. I suggest this trip to everyone.

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Story by Ekaaksh Marar

 Rated : 5.0

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A visit to Mumbai is never complete without a visit to Dharavi. It is as if a part of Mumbai remains untouched.

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Story by Divjot Khanna

 Rated : 5.0

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You can pay a visit to Dharavi on your own or take a guide along with you. Whatever you do, your experience will be great

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Story by Mandakini Nehru

 Rated : 5.0

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Dharavi is a witness to many unfulfilled dreams. Mumbai is said to welcome anyone who comes to the city with eyes full of dreams. But, destiny is not with everyone. People who do not taste success and yet want to stay back in Mumbai, often choose Dharavi as their place. It s one of the largest slums of Asia and also the heart of Mumbai. How can I miss a trip to Dharavi? I suggest everyone to visit this place.

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Story by Sheela Somayaji

 Rated : 4.0

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As people say the heart of Mumbai is Dharavi. Even I think that is true. Unbelievable place to learn life in a different way. Couldn't even imagine there were places like pottery making, recycling, etc. It was a good learning experience for me. Thanks Thrillophilia.

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Story by Devesh Pillai

 Rated : 4.0

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our driver and local guide, Dharmesh took us to the largest slum of Asia and we heartfelt the lifestyle of people closely with enriching experience. Kudos to Thrillophilia for the amazing sightseeing experience.

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Story by Gopaal Devar

 Rated : 4.0

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I always saw Mumbai as a city of dreams and celebrities, and last week on this tour I was able to see the other side of the city, in Dharavi. It was really informative of the guide, Hemanth, to explain to us the hard working lifestyles of the people and what their day-to-day activities and jobs are.

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Story by Gurdev Somayaji

 Rated : 4.0

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Never knew this side to Bombay existed and I'm happy that Thrillophilia arranged such a tour for us to be able see the lesser known side of the city.

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Story by Swarnalata Iyengar

 Rated : 4.0

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Its called the largest slum in Asia and I am glad I booked this tour to see another side to life. Saw many people engaged in different activities, thanks Thrillophilia for organising offbeat tours like this

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Story by Gotum Dutta

 Rated : 4.0

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The two and half hour journey through Dharavi was a life changing experience for me. I learnt to be more happy and content with what I have.

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Story by Purushottam Malik

 Rated : 4.0

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I saw temples, I saw mosques and I saw churches. My faith in Humanity got restored. I saw all kinds of people here staying together.

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Story by Yoginder Bhattathiri

 Rated : 4.0

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I am from London and I wanted to see whole of India. But this was not possible in such a short trip. Then I visited Dharavi, my dream came true.

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Story by Eekalabya Bharadwaj

 Rated : 4.0

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A trip to Dharavi, Mumbai’s biggest slum, helped to know Mumbai internally.

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Story by Atmananda Bharadwaj

 Rated : 4.0

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I can never forget my visit to Dharavi as my view on life changed forever.

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Story by Ranjeet Bharadwaj

 Rated : 4.0

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Dharavi gives the real taste of Mumbai!

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Story by Mangala Menon

 Rated : 4.0

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To witness Mumbai and the struggles of her common citizens, one should pay a visit to Dharavi.

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Story by Eekalabya Devar

 Rated : 3.0

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A visit to the largest slum of Asia and knowing how people live there, was indeed an enriching experience for me.

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