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About Mumbai

  • Mumbai, also known as Bombay, is the capital of Maharashtra. It is the most populous city in India and the fourth most populous city in the world. Along with the neighbouring urban areas including Navi Mumbai and Thane, it is one of the most populous urban regions in the world. Mumbai lies on the west coast of India and has a natural harbour.
  • Seven islands came together to constitute present day Mumbai. During the mid-18th century, Mumbai was reshaped by reclaiming the area between the seven islands from the sea. Bombay was characterized by economic and educational development in the 19th century. Upon India’s independence, the city was incorporated into Bombay State. In 1960, a new state of Maharashtra was created with Bombay as the capital. The city was renamed Mumbai in 1996.
  • Mumbai is the financial and entertainment capital of India. The city houses important financial institutions such as the Reserve Bank of India, the SEBI, the Bombay Stock Exchange, the National Stock Exchange of India and corporate headquarters of numerous Indian companies and multinational corporations. Mumbai has evolved into a global financial hub.
  • It is home to some of India’s premier scientific and nuclear institutes such as BARC, NPCL, AERB, AECI and the Department of Atomic Energy. The city also houses India’s Bollywood movie industry. Mumbai’s business opportunities, as well as its potential to offer a higher standard of living, attract migrants from all over India, making the city a melting pot of many communities and cultures.
  • In 1950, municipal limits of Bombay were expanded by merging the Bombay Suburban District and Bombay Island City to form Greater Bombay Municipal Corporation (GBMC).
  • In 1979, a sister township of New Bombay(Navi Mumbai) was founded by the City and Industrial Development Corporation (CIDCO) across Thane and Raigad districts to help decongest and control Bombay’s population.
  • Textile industry in Mumbai largely disappeared in 1982. Since then, Mumbai’s defunct cotton mills have become the focus of major redevelopment.
  • Dharavi, Asia’s second largest slum, is located in central Mumbai and houses between 800,000 to one million people in 2.39 sq.km, making it one of the most densely populated areas on Earth.

Mumbai Real Estate market

  • Capital values remained almost constant in many places except South Central Mumbai where values declined marginally by 2%. Rental values too have remained stable due to low supply and stable demand.
  • Residential capital values in the city are expected to face downward pressure due to subdued transaction activity and increase in launches during the last quarter of the year. Few developers have delayed launches in order to revisit plans and change apartment sizes based on market demand. Rental values are expected to be stable in Mumbai.

Demographics:

  • According to the 2011 census, the population of the city is 12,479,608. The city has seen a huge migration of population from all over India in search of employment opportunities. The population density is approximately 20,482 persons per sq.km. The living space is 4.5 sq.mt per person.
  • According to 2011 census, the sex ratio in the island city is 838 (per 1,000 male) and 857 in the suburbs. Greater Mumbai has a literacy rate of 94.7%. The literacy rate in Mumbai slums is 69% making these slums the most literate slums in India.

Employment Opportunities

  • Mumbai is India’s most populated city. It is the financial and commercial capital of the country as it generates 6.16% of the total GDP. The city contributes to 10% of factory employment, 25% of industrial output, 33% of income tax collections, 60% of customs duty collections, 20% of central excise tax collections, 40% of India’s foreign trade and 4000 crore in corporate taxes. Mumbai has witnessed an economic boom since the liberalization of 1991, the finance boom in the mid-nineties and the IT, export, services and outsourcing boom in 2000s.
  • Although Mumbai had prominently figured as the hub of economic activity of India in the 1990s, the Mumbai Metropolitan Region is presently witnessing a reduction in its contribution to India’s GDP.
  • Many of India’s conglomerates such as Larsen and Toubro, State Bank of India, Life Insurance Corporation of India, Tata Group, Godrej and Reliance, and five of the Fortune Global 500 companies are based in Mumbai.
  • The key sectors contributing to the city’s economy are gems and jewellery, leather, IT and ITES, textiles, and entertainment. Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC) and Nariman Point are Mumbai’s major financial centres. The Santacruz Electronic Export Processing Zone (SEEPZ) in Andheri and the International Infotech Park (Navi Mumbai) offer excellent facilities to IT companies.
  • Current situation indicates that the western zone has 33% of the total occupied space in the city implying a large proportion of employment opportunities here. The central zone contributes to 30% of employment.

Connectivity

  • Mumbai has several major national highways: National Highway 3, National Highway 4, National Highway 8, National Highway 17 and National Highway 222. The Mumbai-Pune Expressway was the first expressway built in India. There are several important highways such as Mumbai Nashik Expressway, Mumbai-Vadodara Expressway, Western Freeway and Eastern Freeway under construction. The Bandra-Worli Sea Link bridge and Mahim Causeway link the island city to the western suburbs. The three major arterial roads of the city are the Eastern Express Highway, the Sion Panvel Expressway and the Western Express Highway.
  • Mumbai is the headquarters of two of Indian Railways zones: the Central Railway (CR) and the Western Railway (WR). Mumbai is also well connected to most parts of India by the Indian Railways.
  • Public transport systems in Mumbai include the Mumbai Suburban Railway, Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport (BEST) buses, taxis, auto rickshaws and ferries. Suburban railway and BEST bus services together accounted for about 88% of the passenger traffic in 2008.
  • The Mumbai Suburban Railway, popularly known as ‘local trains’ forms the backbone of Mumbai’s transport system. Mumbai’s suburban rail systems carry more than half of the Indian Railways daily carrying capacity. Trains are overcrowded during peak hours. The Mumbai rail network is spread at an expanse of 319 route kilometres and is growing.
  • Public buses run by BEST cover almost all parts of the city as well as parts of Navi Mumbai, Mira-Bhayandar and Thane. Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) buses provide intercity transport from Mumbai to other major cities of Maharashtra and India. Navi Mumbai Municipal Transport (NMMT) also operates its Volvo buses from Navi Mumbai to Bandra, Dindoshi and Borivali.
  • The Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport is the busiest airport in India in terms of passenger traffic. An upgrade plan was initiated in 2006, targeted at increasing the capacity of the airport to handle up to 40 million passengers annually. The proposed Navi Mumbai International Airport to be built in the Kopra-Panvel area has been sanctioned by the Indian Government and will help in relieving traffic burden on the existing airport.
  • Mumbai has two major ports, Mumbai Port Trust and Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust, which lies in Navi Mumbai. Mumbai Port has one of the best natural harbours in the world. Jawaharlal Nehru Port is the busiest and most modern major port in India.

 

Top Commercial Places in Mumbai

Colaba Causeway, Colaba, Chor Bazaar, South Mumbai, Linking Road Market, Bandra, Crawford Market, Lokmanya Tilak Marg, Fashion Street, MG Road, Zaveri Bazaar, South Mumbai, High Street Phoenix, Lower Parel, Atria Millenium Mall, Worli, InOrbit Mall, Malad, Oberoi Mall, Goregoan, Infiniti Mall, Andheri West.

How to Reach

By Air – Mumbai’s International Airport has two terminals – the first one is 30 km away from Nariman Point and the other one is 4 km away from Santa Cruz. To reach the airport, you can take a bus, train, taxi, or cab.

By Train – Mumbai is the headquarters for western as well as central railways. You can find superfast, express or passenger trains to all major Indian cities here.

By Road –Mumbai is accessible by road from nearby centers like Pune (152 km), Ahmednagar (253 km), and Shirdi (245 km).

Best Time To Visit

Visit Mumbai in the months of June to October to experience the mesmerizing monsoons by the sea-side.

Events and Culture

Famous Delicacies

The Mumbai cuisine is influenced by a variety of elements and hence, has a lot of exciting dishes to offer. When in Mumbai, do not forget to try Parsi akuri, Baida Roti, Batata Vada, Varan Bhaat, Vada Paav, Zhunka Bhakar, Bhel Puri, Brun Muska, Ragda Pattice.

Festivals

Diwali, Holi, Christmas, Ganesh Chaturthi, Id, Muharram, Durga Puja, Maha Shivrati are some of the festivals observed by Mumbaikars.

 

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Spices & Masala

 

India is rich in Spices and masala. Not only India is largest producer but also the largest exporter of spices and masala. It is only because of the superior quality of spices that is available only in this Indian sub-continent. Our company focuses on channelized distribution your manufactured products.

The Indian spices add a delicious flavour to our food. There are millions of varieties of dishes possible only because of the thousands of various spices available across our continent.

Not just the flavour is enhanced by the spices it also satisfy the satiety value. Along with adding flavour it too includes the aroma and colour to the food. This increases the organoleptic properties of the food. The sensory properties increase the acceptability and palatability of the food.

Spices provide several nutrient components. Many spices and masala are rich in certain vitamins, minerals, essential amino acids, essential fatty acids many pro enzymes, and other nutritive components. These nutrients maintain an efficient metabolism in our body. These nutrients enhance the growth and development of body. Helps to maintain strong immunity.

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Cooking Spices and Masala List

 

Cooking Spices

 

Categories to explore
Turmeric PowderTurmeric Powder
Red Chilli PowderRed Chilli Powder
Coriander PowderCoriander Powder
Chilli PowderChilli Powder
SpicesSpices
Black PepperBlack Pepper
Indian SpiceIndian Spice
TurmericTurmeric
Garam MasalaGaram Masala
CardamomCardamom
Spice PowderSpice Powder
Chicken MasalaChicken Masala
Cumin PowderCumin Powder
Dry Red ChilliDry Red Chilli
Black Pepper PowderBlack Pepper Powder
Green CardamomGreen Cardamom
Iodized Salt
Turmeric Finger
Chat Masala
Natural Spices
Dry Cloves
Saffron
Chana Masala
Dried Chillies
Tamarind
Meat Masala
Sambar Powder
Mutton Masala
Garlic Powder
Ajwain
Ginger Powder
Dry Ginger
Asafoetida
Cinnamon
Black Cardamom
Biryani Masala
Kashmiri Chilli Powder
Pav Bhaji Masala
Amchur Powder
Pepper Powder
Nutmeg
Asafoetida Powder
Curry Powder
Onion Powder
Sambhar Masala
Curry Leaves
Fish Curry Masala
Garlic Paste
Coriander Leaves
Pani Puri Masala
Coriander Cumin Powder
Cinnamon Stick
Green Chili Powder
Ground Spices
Natural Saffron
Sabji Masala
Kashmiri Saffron
Black Peppercorns
Methi Powder
Jaljeera Powder
Rasam Powder
Ginger Paste
Chole Masala
Dried Fenugreek Leaves
Fenugreek Leaf
Ginger Garlic Paste

Masala mix

Categories to explore
Chicken MasalaChicken Masala
Chat MasalaChat Masala
Chana MasalaChana Masala
Meat MasalaMeat Masala
Sambar PowderSambar Powder
Mutton MasalaMutton Masala
Biryani MasalaBiryani Masala
Pav Bhaji MasalaPav Bhaji Masala
Sambhar MasalaSambhar Masala
Fish Curry MasalaFish Curry Masala
Pani Puri MasalaPani Puri Masala
Sabji MasalaSabji Masala
Jaljeera PowderJaljeera Powder
Rasam PowderRasam Powder
Chole MasalaChole Masala
Shahi Paneer MasalaShahi Paneer Masala
Kitchen King Masala
Noodles Masala
Paneer Tikka Masala
Spice Mixtures
Chicken Tikka Masala
Egg Curry Spice
Goda Masala
Rajma Masala
Kabab Masala
Kanda Lasoon Masala
Malvani Masala
Dabeli Masala
Pasta Masala
Dal Makhani Masala
Palak Paneer Masala
Pulao Masala
Misal Masala
Mango Pickle Masala
Chicken Powder
Manchurian Masala
Puliyogare Powder
Jeeravan Powder
Khichadi Masala
Idli Podi
Poha Masala
Chivda Masala
Shikanji Masala
Kadhi Masala
Paneer Butter Masala
Samosa Masala
Chakali Masala
Clove Powder
Goda Masala
Khada Masala
Rajma Masala
Dehydrated Ginger
Masala Mix
Mustard Powder
Kabab Masala
Kanda Lasoon Masala
Nutmeg Powder
Karela Powder
Parsley Leaves
Celery Powder
Iranian Saffrons
Malvani Masala
Oregano Powder
Dry Curry Leaves
Kokum

Seed Spices

 

Categories to explore
Cumin SeedsCumin Seeds
Coriander SeedCoriander Seed
Fenugreek SeedFenugreek Seed
Fennel SeedFennel Seed
Pepper SeedsPepper Seeds
Black Cumin SeedsBlack Cumin Seeds
Organic Coriander SeedOrganic Coriander Seed
Cardamom SeedsCardamom Seeds
Kalonji SeedsKalonji Seeds
Clove SeedsClove Seeds
Tamarind SeedsTamarind Seeds
Celery SeedsCelery Seeds
Caraway SeedsCaraway Seeds
Turmeric SeedsTurmeric Seeds
White Cumin SeedsWhite Cumin Seeds
Buchanania Lanzan SeedBuchanania Lanzan Seed

Cooking Paste

Categories to explore
Garlic Paste
Ginger Paste
Ginger Garlic Paste
Tomato Paste
Tamarind Paste
Red Chilli Paste
Onion Paste
Green Curry Paste
Tamarind Pulp
Green Chilli Paste
Lime Paste
Dabeli Masala
Kashmiri Red Chilli
Pasta Masala
Red Chilli Paste
Ghost Pepper
Dal Makhani Masala
Paprika
Tandoori Masala
Indian Red Chilli
Dried Coriander Leaves
Green Cardamom Powder
Onion Paste
Five Spice Powder
Palak Paneer Masala
Spice Blends
Pulao Masala
Raita Masala
Thyme Leaves
Green Curry Paste
Dehydrated Onion Powder
Stemless Red Chilli
Nutmeg Spice
Fennel Powder
Curry Leaf Powder
Indian Saffrons
Crushed Red Chilli
Spice Mixtures
Chicken Tikka Masala
hite Turmeric
Red Onion Powder
Mace Spice
Egg Curry Spice
Byadgi Chilli
Seedless Tamarind
Teja Red Chilli
Dehydrated Green Chilli Powder
Raw Hing

Vegetable Powders

 

Categories to explore
Garlic PowderGarlic Powder
Onion PowderOnion Powder
Tomato PowderTomato Powder
Mushroom PowderMushroom Powder
Dehydrated Garlic PowderDehydrated Garlic Powder
Dehydrated Onion PowderDehydrated Onion Powder
Capsicum PowderCapsicum Powder
Red Onion PowderRed Onion Powder
Potato PowderPotato Powder
Beet Root PowderBeet Root Powder
Spinach PowderSpinach Powder
Arrowroot PowderArrowroot Powder
Carrot PowderCarrot Powder
Drumstick PowderDrumstick Powder
Palak PowderPalak Powder
Cabbage PowderCabbage Powder
Pea Flour
Bitter Melon Powder
Capsaicin Powder
Cucumber Powder
Galangal Powder
Kokum Powder
Kasturi Turmeric
Cubeb
Kalonji Powder
Khichadi Masala
Juniper Berries
Saffron Powder
Nag Kesar
Dum Aloo Masala
Poha Masala
Panch Phoron
Chivda Masala
Shikanji Masala
White Cardamoms
Kadhi Masala
Dehydrated Pepper
Samosa Masala
Persian Saffron
Cayenne Pepper
Chakali Masala
Green Peppercorn
Italian Spices
Saffron Bulbs
Galangal Powder
Pushali Saffron
Kokum Powder
Sichuan Pepper
White Peppercorns
Dehydrated Onion Powder
Stemless Red Chilli
Nutmeg Spice
Fennel Powder
Curry Leaf Powder
Indian Saffrons
Crushed Red Chilli
Spice Mixtures
Chicken Tikka Masala
White Turmeric
Red Onion Powder
Mace Spice
Egg Curry Spice
Byadgi Chilli
Seedless Tamarind
Teja Red Chilli
Dehydrated Green Chilli Powder
Raw Hing

Whole Spices

Categories to explore
Black PepperBlack Pepper
Cumin SeedsCumin Seeds
TurmericTurmeric
Coriander SeedCoriander Seed
Mustard SeedsMustard Seeds
CardamomCardamom
Dry Red ChilliDry Red Chilli
Green CardamomGreen Cardamom
Fenugreek SeedFenugreek Seed
Turmeric FingerTurmeric Finger
Natural SpicesNatural Spices
Dry ClovesDry Cloves
SaffronSaffron
Dried ChilliesDried Chillies
TamarindTamarind
Ajwain
Dry Ginger
Asafoetida
Seed Spices
Cinnamon
Black Mustard Seeds
Pepper Seeds
Nutmeg
White Pepper
Black Cumin Seeds
Curry Leaves
Coriander Leaves
Cinnamon Stick
Black Peppercorns
Yellow Mustard Seed
Dried Fenugreek Leaves
Kalonji Seeds
Fenugreek Leaf
Brown Mustard Seeds
Indian Dry Red Chilli
Star Anise
Guntur Dry Red Chilli
Tamarind Seeds
Stemless Red Chilli
Nutmeg Spice
White Turmeric
Mace Spice
Byadgi Chilli
Seedless Tamarind
Teja Red Chilli
Raw Hing
Khada Masala
Dehydrated Ginger
Caraway Seeds
Clove Stem
Parsley Leaves
Red Peppers
Dry Curry Leaves
Kashmiri Red Chilli
Ghost Pepper
Dried Coriander Leaves
Five Spice Powder
Thyme Leaves
Red Mustard Seeds
Kashmiri Chilli
Cubeb
Juniper Berries
Panch Phoron
Buchanania Lanzan Seed
Lemon Leaf
White Cardamoms
Dehydrated Pepper
Silver Coated Cardamom
Cayenne Pepper
Green Peppercorn
Vanilla Spice
Cardamom Husk
Tamarind Kernel
White Peppercorns
Dried Turmeric Finger
Mustard Cracked

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Indian spices :

India is the largest producer of spices in the entire World. India produced 1,051,000 tonne of spices in the year of 2010 and 5.9 million tonnes (mt) in 2012-13.

Most popular spices of India: Indian spices can be categorize into major and minor spices according to their quantity of production. List of major India spices includes, pepper, cardamom, ginger, turmeric, chilies where as minor spices of India includes Garlic, aniseed, caraway, dill seeds,saffron, celery, coriander, cumin, dill seed, onion, vanilla, fennel, fenugreek etc.

Brands of spices:

Some of the popular Indian Spices Brands that you will commonly found in Indian market includes MDH, MTR, Everest, Catch, mother’s recipe,Priya, Pradeep Masale, ITC, DS Group. There are many more local and regional brands that sell processed and packaged spices.

Indian states famous for spices:

  • Kerala , the spice graden of India: Produces pepper, cardamom(small), ginger, turmeric, cloves,vanilla, nutmeg and mace, cinnamon and cassia and Cambodge.
  • Karnataka, produces: pepper, cardamom(small), ginger, turmeric,chilli,cloves, nutmeg and mace,vanilla, Garlic, Kokam and Cambodge.
  • Tamil Nadu pepper, cardamom(small), ginger, turmeric,chilli, cloves, nutmeg and mace, cinnamon and cassia, vanilla, pomegranate seeds, herbal and exotic spices and Cambodge.
  • Uttar Pradesh Turmeric, chilli, Coriander, cumin, fennel, fenugreek, celery, aniseed, Garlic and mustard.

West Bengal , Maharashtra, Gujarat, Rajastan are some of the other states famous for their spices.

Export of Indian Spices:

According to the Spices board India ,India exported a total of 7,26,613 tons of spices and spice products valued Rs.12112.76 Crore during 2012-2013. Major destination of Indian spices export includes USA, European Union, Malaysia, China, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Japan and the Middle East.

Factors to keep in mind while importing spices from India:

The quality of spices is the most important factor to keep in mind while importing spices. The quality is crucial because spices are being used in eatables which can harm the health of the consumer. Some of the reasons for the contamination of spices includes:

Attacks of microorganism and pest: The spices should be carefully handled and protected from the attack of pests and microorganisms that may effect the quality of the spices.

Addition of foreign substances: Make sure that foreign substances are dust, small particle of waste materials, unwanted substances don’t get added into the spices. A recent news story presented by CNN stated that rat hairs and other harmful substances are being found in India spices.

Packaging: Packaging should be perfect and completely hygienic. Make sure there is no extra moisture in the product, the packaging is proper and product is safe inside it.

How to select the best supplier for buying spices?

  • Identify your needs: Make a clear list of your requirements. State the quality standard for the products that you will purchase. Whether you want to see some samples before placing the final order or not. If yes, then will you pay for the samples or you want it for free.
  • Make the list of suppliers: Go through several B2B portals, yellow pages and other sources of supplier listing. List out the suppliers whom you will contact for the quotations.
  • Ask for quotations : Pricing is always a matter of concern, so try to select the suppliers offering the best price.
  • Check the supplier’s credibility: Try to check the credibility of the supplier. Collect information about the supplier’s company. Go through the company’s website, check the client list and gather all the available information.
  • Check the quality: Be sure about the quality of the spices that you are going to order. Ask for samples and check the quality.
  • Ask for packaging details: As spices are packaging sensitive and excess moisture can reduce the quality, always ask for the packaging details. Make sure that the packaging offered by the supplier is up to the mark.
  • Time of delivery: Check whether the particular supplier will be able to deliver the product at the time of your requirement or not. Minimum or justified delivery time ensures that the supplier is serious about your business.

The above mention points will ensure that you are dealing with the best suiting supplier.

Spices are not only a specialty of India but also a source of revenue and employment for various Indians. India is the leader of spices and known for offering unique and high variety spices. 

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Snacks & NamkeenChocolates, Biscuits & CookiesBakery & Confectionery Products
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