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About mumbai

  1. 1. Association of National Exchages Members of India India – A Country of Diversity TRUST W E L FA R E INTEGRITY EDUCATION
  2. 2. Namaste India waits to welcome youAssociation of National Exchanges Members of India
  3. 3. A Traditional Greeting„Namas‟ is the Sanskrit term signifying a reverentialsalutation and „Te‟ is second person singular pronoun Taken together Namaste signifies that “The spirit in me respects the spirit in you The divinity in me bows to the divinity in you” In essence the term conveys “That which is of God in me bows to that which is of God in you” Association of National Exchanges Members of India
  4. 4. Association of National Exchanges Members of India
  5. 5. Culture of India• India’s languages, religions, music, art, architecture, food and customs differ from place to place within the country, but nevertheless possesses a commonality and are in harmony with each other.• The culture of India is an amalgamation of these diverse sub-cultures spread over the entire sub-continent and traditions that are several millennia old.• Indian traditions date back to 8000 BC and it has a continuous recorded history since the time of the Vedas for over 5500 years Association of National Exchanges Members of India
  6. 6. A Cultural CollageAssociation of National Exchanges Members of India
  7. 7. Ras Garba In Celebration of Victory over EvilAssociation of National Exchanges Members of India
  8. 8. Colorful HoliAssociation of National Exchanges Members of India
  9. 9. MehendiAssociation of National Exchanges Members of India
  10. 10. A Kathakali DancerAssociation of National Exchanges Members of India
  11. 11. The Lotus temple – a message of peace Association of National Exchanges Members of India
  12. 12. Association of National Exchages Members of India Presenting Mumbai The Venue ASF AGM - 2012 TRUST W E L FA R E INTEGRITY EDUCATION
  13. 13. A little Pre-historyAssociation of National Exchanges Members of India
  14. 14. Early History The Seven Islands of Bombay (Mumbai)• The City originally consisted of seven islands namely Colaba, Little Colaba (AKA - Old Womens Island), Bombay, Mazagoan- Wadala, Mahim, Parel and Matunga-Sion• These islands were joined in one land mass after a series of land reclamations into what is now modern Mumbai.• The name Bombay is derived from “Bom Baia” which in Portuguese means “Good Bay”• The original inhabitants, the Kolis called the area “Mumba” after Mumbadevi, the Hindu deity.• This is the origin of the name Bombay and later Mumbai
  15. 15. Mumbai – a support to Indian commerce• Mumbai is ideally placed to become the center of trade and commerce in India due to the fusion of every Indian ethnic group.• English and Hindi are the naturally spoken languages in Mumbai• Ease of communication thus makes Mumbai a natural magnet for International commerce• The cities of Pune and Bangalore are a natural support base to Mumbai with the high level of Information Technology development. Association of National Exchanges Members of India
  16. 16. Infrastructure Development• Infrastructure development is keeping pace with the evolving needs of the city.• The government is enhancing the heavily loaded transport system with Flyover roads and overhead Mono Rail systems.• The Mumbai port has the largest container terminal in India and coupled with the excellent rail and highway system connecting Mumbai to every city in India it is the natural hub for movement of goods across the country• Under the shanty town redevelopment program large areas are released for housing development.• Within a couple of years Mumbai will have shaken off its transport and infrastructure stranglehold and will rival the best Association of National Exchanges Members of India
  17. 17. Mumbai as the Financial Capital of India• As a result of the early development of commerce in Mumbai and the benefit of excellent all weather ports Mumbai has by default of history naturally developed into a premier business & trading center.  The Cotton Exchange  The Bullion Exchange and Bazaar  The pulses and grain markets  The Reserve Bank of India  The Bombay Stock Exchange  The National Stock Exchange of India  The Multi Commodities Exchange (MCX)  The MCX Stock Exchange Limited (MCX-Sx Are all located in Mumbai by default Association of National Exchanges Members of India
  18. 18. Association of National Exchages Members of India Some Glimpses of Mumbai The Ancient and The Modern TRUST W E L FA R E INTEGRITY EDUCATION
  19. 19. The Emerging Mumbai SkylineAssociation of National Exchanges Members of India
  20. 20. The Imperial – Emerging architecture Association of National Exchanges Members of India
  21. 21. The Bandra Worli Sealink – Shaping the Future Association of National Exchanges Members of India
  22. 22. The Gateway of IndiaAssociation of National Exchanges Members of India
  23. 23. The Taj Hotel and Gateway of India Association of National Exchanges Members of India
  24. 24. The Rajbai Clock Tower and the Oval Maidan in foreground Association of National Exchanges Members of India
  25. 25. Marine DriveAssociation of National Exchanges Members of India
  26. 26. Chowpathy Beach with Marine Drive in Background Association of National Exchanges Members of India
  27. 27. Sanjay Gandhi National Park In the Heart of the CityAssociation of National Exchanges Members of India
  28. 28. Wild Life in theSanjay Gandhi National ParkAssociation of National Exchanges Members of India
  29. 29. Association of National Exchages Members of India Cosmopolitan Mumbai TRUST W E L FA R E INTEGRITY EDUCATION
  30. 30. Haji AliAssociation of National Exchanges Members of India
  31. 31. Mahalakshmi TempleAssociation of National Exchanges Members of India
  32. 32. Mount Mary ChurchAssociation of National Exchanges Members of India
  33. 33. Siddhivinayak TempleAssociation of National Exchanges Members of India
  34. 34. NamasteWe are waiting to welcome youAssociation of National Exchanges Members of India
  35. 35. Thank You Waiting to welcome you Mr. Rakesh Somani – President ANMI Email: president@anmi.in Web: www.anmi.inAssociation of National Exchanges Members of India

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