Pursue TEFL in Mumbai, the entertainment capital of India
Mumbai, the commercial capital of India, can easily be termed as the Entertainment capital of the country. The city is one of the most hip and happening cosmopolitan cities in India and boasts of a vibrant and diverse cultural background. Previously called 'Bombay', here, people from all spheres of life are seen living together and trying to make a living, and it is precisely due to these people that the city is always bustling with energy. Hence the city has been rightly termed as 'the city that never sleeps'. The city's 'never say die attitude' enables it to always bounce back after suffering any natural or man-made calamities. Besides attending the Training Course and preparing for a bright and exciting career ahead, you also get to experience and enjoy the city and its idiosyncrasies to the fullest.
The city's exotic tourist spots furthermore lend a distinctive touch to it. The Juhu beach, Marina Drive, Chaupati beach, Gateway of India, Siddhivinayak Temple are few of the famous tourist spots of Mumbai. The city is also a haven for foodies as it offers a wide variety of street food ranging from bhelpuri (puffed rice mixed with onions, chillies and sauces), vada pav (a deep fried cutlet made of potatoes in a round shaped bread) and paw bhaji (vegetable curry eaten with round shaped bread), panipuri (puffed puris filled with sprouts and potatoes). Desserts of this place include chikki, srikhand, puran poli and shira. Therefore, those candidates who are all 'food hedonists', this is absolutely the place to be in.
The city is rightly called 'the tinsel town of India' as it houses the famous Indian film and television industry, known as 'Bollywood'. Everyday number of people comes to this city to become star and famous. This makes Mumbai being also called as 'the city of dreamers'.
Mumbai's uniqueness also lies in the fact that it is the only city in India where the railways plays an important role for transportation. The middle class people use the local trains for their daily commute thus making this mode of transportation the lifeline of the city. It is cheap as well as reliable. Apart from this, auto rickshaws and buses are also available for transportation.