Mumbai’s premier art district Kala Ghoda, or “Black Horse”, houses a number of galleries, restaurants and boutiques. Despite competition from the up-and-coming Colaba district, Kala Ghoda remains the centre of cultural activity and art festivals. Stretching from Wellington Fountain to Mumbai University, the area was named after an equestrian statue of King Edward VII that once stood at a prominent intersection at its centre. The name persists in public memory due, in part, to a large, ...

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