Mayanagari Mumbai is famous worldwide for Bollywood. Apart from this, Mumbai is also known for religious and historical sites. Such as Lal Bagh Cha Raja, Siddhi Vinayak Temple, Mahalakshmi Temple, Mumba Devi Temple, Haji Ali Dargah etc. are the major religious places. At the same time, Juhu Chowpatty, Band Stand, Gateway of India, Nariman Point, etc. are sightseeing places. Thousands of people used to visit these places every day before the corona virus epidemic. In present times too, a large number of people come to visit Mumbai. If you too are in Mumbai or are planning to go, then you must visit these forts once.

Savory Fort
This fort was built in the year 1680 as a sentinel. It was built at a time when the Portuguese lived in Mumbai. There is a narrow path to enter the Sewri Fort. From here you can enjoy amazing views of the harbor.

Bandra Fort
This fort was built by the Portuguese in 1640 and was used as a watchdog. Today this fort has been converted into ruins, but a large number of tourists definitely visit Bandra Fort. Whenever you get a chance, go to see Bandra Fort.

Worli Fort
This fort was built in 1675. From here you can see the Gulf of Mahim. When Mumbai was a city made up of seven islands. At that time it was in Worli village, which was a fishermen’s village. There is also a temple in the fort. You can also visit Worli Fort.

Bombay Fort
It is one of the oldest fort. This fort was built at that time. When the Portuguese built the Manor House. This land was leased from King Orta of Portugal between 1554–1570. Whenever you go to Mumbai, you must see the forts once.