An international art event has begun in Mumbai, with many of the different works being presented on the streets.

Travellers who take flights to Mumbai in the coming days may not have far to travel in order to see some of the works at its art festival, as many have been set up out on the street.

The Kala Ghoda Arts Festival is one of the most popular events in the city and this year’s free event is set to be one of the biggest yet, with a range of arts events, performances and street sculptures to be set out in locations around the city.

While many of the events are situated on K.Dubash Marg, to see an even bigger range of the innovative works on offer it is good to head off the beaten track to see the exhibitions at the likes of the Jehangir Art Gallery and the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Museum.

Getting around the festival’s various venues in the future could be made easier for those who took flights to Mumbai as work is set to commence soon on the construction of a monorail in the city.

Written by Alex Cochrane

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