Dharavi, Mumbai
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New Shree Niwas Lodging House in Mahalaxmi Sindhi Colony
New Shree Niwas Lodging House
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Safar Residency
Guest Inn Hospitality in Bandra Kurla Complex
Guest Inn Hospitality
Bandra Kurla Complex
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Hotel Siddhartha
Bandra West
Hotel Metro Palace in Bandra West
Hotel Metro Palace
Bandra West
Hotel Parklane in Dadar East
Hotel Parklane
Dadar East
Grand Residency Hotel & Serviced Apartments in Bandra West
Grand Residency Hotel & Serviced Apartments
Bandra West
La Hotel Metro in Kurla West
La Hotel Metro
Kurla West
Hotel Sai Sharan in Bandra linking road
Hotel Sai Sharan
Bandra linking road
Hotel King's Palace in Khar West
Hotel King's Palace
Khar West
KF Residency in Kurla West
KF Residency
Kurla West
GSK Hotel in Kurla West
GSK Hotel
Kurla West
Hotel BKC Garden in Andheri
Hotel BKC Garden
Hotel BKC Grand in Bandra East
Hotel BKC Grand
Bandra East
Royce Executive Kurla in Kurla
Royce Executive Kurla
Treebo New Castle in Khar West
Treebo New Castle
Khar West
Hotel Sagar in Mumbai Central
Hotel Sagar
Mumbai Central


Dharavi, also spelled Daravi, Darravy, Dorrovy is a locality in Mumbai, India. It houses one of the largest slums in the world. Dharavi slum was founded in 1882s during the British colonial era. Most of the property was owned by Shantilal Nemchand and Co, once they sold it off in the mid 1940's, the slum grew exponentially. This was in part because of an expulsion of factories and residents from peninsular city center by colonial government, and from rural poor migrating into urban Mumbai . It is currently a multi-religious, multi-ethnic, diverse settlement. Dharavi's total population estimates vary between 300,000 to about 1 million. This makes Dharavi the most densely populated place on the planet. Dharavi has an active informal economy in which numerous household enterprises employ many of the slum residents. It exports goods around the world. Leather, textiles and pottery products are among the goods made inside Dharavi by the slum residents. The total annual turnover has been estimated at over US$500 million. Dharavi has suffered through many incidences of epidemics and other disasters. It currently covers an area of 217 hectares .

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