Tata’s No-Dogs Inspiration Miner

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Bodhi Leaf Tata’s No-Dogs Inspiration Miner

At the crumbling old British-exclusive Watson’s Hotel, where Jamshedji Tata, the Parsee Indian industrialist, once saw a sign saying “No Dogs or Indians Allowed”, a banyan tree is doing its part to destroy this legacy building. His hotel, built on the waterfront, is now the world famous Taj, symbol of Indian pride and independence


Map Location:

  • State: Maharashtra
  • Locality: Mumbai: At the intersection of MG and Mello roads, visible on N side of building

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CompassGeography:

  • Latitude: 18.928389 ° north of the Equator
  • Longitude: 72.831205 ° east of the Prime Meridian
  • Altitude: 18.9 metres above sea level

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Diplomat Youngster Parsee Native Biographer Flowering 


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Journey Journey:

  • Arcing Westwards
  • Path : Traveling from Mumbai into Gujarat and Rajasthan
  • Date photographed: 6.08.09

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