Wednesday, December 03, 2008

My World #7

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Brihan Mumbai Mahanagarpalika or the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (BMC), is one of the largest civic bodies in the world.
Located across the road from Victoria Terminus station, it was designed by FW Stevens, who designed VT station, and completed in 1893. The imposing tower rises to a height of 235 feet above the ground. The outstanding feature of the building is the Council Chamber with a ceiling of unpolished teak. At the entrance stands a splendid bronze statue of Sir Pherozshah Mehta.

 

7 comments:

  1. Dear all,

    Pl. find below the link to the petition which outlines the minimum action that is expected of the government. Idea is to present a humungous amount of signatures (minimum 1 million, if the media participates unitedly, this no. can go upto even 20-30 million)

    A group of people from cross-section of the society (hopefully backed by a large rally and media coverage) will present this petition to the Prime Minister around the 15 December asking for a formal reply from the Government to the action expected by the public and the timeframes within which the action should be expected.

    Requesting not only your signature on the petition but also your support to forward this to all your friends. Should your organisation be maintaining any email databases, request your support to mass email this petition request to all on your database.

    Please view and endorse the below link at PetitionOnline.com. Please type in your full Name. (if clicking on the below link does not take you to the page, pl. cut and paste the link in the address bar of your Internet Explorer or Firefox)

    http://www.PetitionOnline.com/26novAct/petition.html

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  2. To see your picture no-one would believe such terrible things had happened to your city!

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  3. Hope you & all your family members are fine. I have just been so angry since the attacks find it hard to write.

    Loved the BMC and View to the Taj it just feels so bad to have seen the Taj burning for days. Take Care.

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  4. an absolutely stunning piece of architecture and i would so love to see the teakwood ceilings of the chambers. a great photo. thank you for sharing as always.

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  5. That's an amazing building. Can you tour the building?

    An Arkie's Musings

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  6. Beautiful building. The architecture there astounds me!

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  7. It is a beautifully built building.

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