People who are taking flights to Mumbai this week may want to check out the Kala Ghoda Fair.

Anyone who is preparing to board a plane to take flights to Mumbai  this week is in luck as they will land in the city in time to experience the final days of the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival.

The annual event brings together cultural events and workshops, in areas such as dance, music, film and arts around the city for one week.

According to What’s On When, the K Dubash Marg area is usually a hive of activity during the festival.

Many of the performances take place in the evenings, starting at 17:00 (local time) and running as late as 22:00, depending on the event.

Meanwhile, there are workshops which teach participants how to make some of India’s handicrafts, such as Delhi blue pottery.

For people who are interested in the city’s heritage, there will also be a number of walking tours around some of Mumbai’s points of interest.

These include a trip along the esplanade, which takes in the university and high court before finishing at the Victoria Terminus Railway Station – a designated World Heritage Site.

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