Taj Hotel and Mumbai taxi parked opposite
A glass cabinet showing off the pictures of all the dignitaries who stayed at the hotel since its creation
Lobby at the Taj
The staircase leading to the rooms
The rooms on either side
The staircase (a view from the top)
New extension of the hotel
Opposite the Taj hotel
Sunrise (on the other side of the road)
Behind the Taj

This week as part of the ‘Wordless Wednesday’ challenge and the ‘Travel Challenge’ Day 2 to which I was nominated by my blogging friend Robbie Cheadle  to post one favorite travel picture a day for ten days without explanation. I decided to share pictures of the iconic Taj Hotel Mumbai. The hotel and the surroundings do not fail to amaze me no matter how many times I’ve visited. With the Indian Ocean and the Gateway of India across the street from the Taj, it never gets dull.

Posted by:Smitha V

A banker by profession, a blogger by choice, a poet by accident, and an artist at heart. Imperfectly perfect - that's me. Welcome to my world!

11 replies on “Wordless Wednesdays : In and around the Taj hotel

  1. Hello ma’am!
    My name is Komal Shinde and currently am pursuing my Masters in Communication and Journalism.
    Am actually doing research on analyzing the problems female bloggers face while sharing their experiences online through a blog.
    So if I send you a questionnaire regarding the same on your email ID would you be interested in a zoomcall regarding the same.


    1. I hope your dream comes true soon.The entire setting of the Taj is breathtakingly beautiful and thanks to the constant buzz inside and the changing canvas outside, it never gets boring there. Thank you Ria for visiting my blog and for sharing your note 🙂


  2. The Taj is beautiful and the sunrise since the photo is near the gateway (am I right?) entrancing especially the one with the birds. Lovely Photography👍

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    1. Thank you! This picture was taken at dawn. We just got out of Taj, walked across the street and took this. Yes, it’s near the Gateway ( they’re all in the neighborhood of the Taj) 🙂


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