Mumbai | Gateway of India | Jigsaw Puzzle | 80 pieces
A 80-piece jigsaw puzzle, made from pictures of the Gateway Of India and the city's top tourist attraction & historic Taj Mahal Palace hotel of Mumbai.
- This 80 piece puzzle spreads out to a A3 size when completed.
- Piece your favourite city's landmark together with this jigsaw puzzle.
- This puzzle will make a fun challenge for all ages.
- Perfect gift for a true Mumbaikar.
- Perfect as a traveler's gift for the one who is fascinated by Mumbai city.
Kit Contents -
- 1 Puzzle of 80 pieces - Made of printed paper board die cut.
- 1 sample reference sheet
- 1 story card
Design Inspiration -
The product is inspired by the Gateway of India & historic Taj Mahal Palace hotel of Mumbai.
The Gateway of India is an arch-monument built in the early 20th century in Mumbai, an iconic landmark and Mumbai’s top tourist attraction. It is located at the tip of Apollo Bunder, overlooking the Arabian Sea. Apollo Bunder was used as a jetty in earlier days and later renovated to literally act as the ‘gateway to India’. As the name signifies, this monument served as an entrance point to India for the British Viceroys. The structure, built to represent the grandeur of the British Empire in India, has stood testimony to almost a century of Mumbai’s developments. Since 2012, the Gateway of India has played host to the Elephanta Festival of music and dance.
Located in Colaba, Mumbai, the Taj Mahal hotel, or the Taj Palace hotel, first opened its doors to guests in 1903 and it was the country's first ever harbour landmark. Over the last century or so, the hotel has played host to royalty, several dignitaries, and eminent personalities from all over the world. The foundation of the Taj was laid in 1898 by Jamsetji Tata, the founder of the Tata Group. Jamshedji Tata was inspired to build this hotel after he was refused entry at one of the grandest hotels of British time, Watson's Hotel. During World War I, the hotel was converted into a military hospital with 600 beds.
The Maximum City, Financial Capital of India and the administrative capital of Maharashtra. A rich history starting with the British amalgamation of 7 islands created this thriving metropolis. Second largest city in India and the 7th largest in the world, it is known for many of its sights and its natural port, the busiest in India. City of Bulls, the BSE, NSE and the RBI! And a city of dreams for many an actor who wants to be the next Amitabh Bachchan or Shahrukh Khan! Blessed by Mumbadevi and the earlier residents like Kanhoji Angre – this city is the biggest contributor to the Indian economy!