Material: 100% Silk georgette with embroidered edge finish in accent color.
Size: 42″ x 42″
Color: Curry red and hues of blue
Vindaloo Curry – a fiery and spicy popular dish in Mumbai and most of India is where the inspiration for the scarf came from. A culture is not only shaped by its values but by its unique day to day wonders; and none can recreate Mumbai's rich food culture.
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BECOME: A Cityzen of MUMBAI and……
SMELL: The okra paneer in white sauce and black peppers at Masala Kraft
TOUCH: The silks and saris from Chunilal Mulchand & Co.
SHOP: For antiques at Phillips or for Indian designers at Bombay Electric
VISIT: The UNESCO Site, Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus train station
TASTE: Indian fusion dishes at the Michelin-starred Ziya
APPRECIATE: Contemporary Indian Art at Chemould Prescott Road
LISTEN: To Hindustani classical music at the sacred Banganga Tank
REST: By the lovely pool overlooking the sea at JW Marriott Hotel
DRINK: Coconut water while promenading along the sands at Juhu beach
SLEEP: At the Taj Mahal Palace, a historic marvel of Moorish, Oriental, and Florentine styles built in 1903
READ: Maximum City: Bombay Lost and Found
WALK: Along the Marine Drive promenade for fresh air
SEE: Dr. Beau Daji Lad Museum dedicated to the city’s urban history
WATCH: A Bollywood movie at the Art Deco Regal Cinema
TAKE: A souvenir from Design Temple where objects are made of clean lines and witty concepts