Mumbai City district, situated in Maharashtra’s Konkan Division, India, operates as a city district without a specific headquarters or subdivisions. It, in conjunction with Mumbai Suburban District, constitutes the metropolis of Mumbai. This area is referred to as the “Island City,” encompassing South Mumbai or Old Mumbai, extending from Colaba in the south to Mahim and Sion in the north. Covering 157 square kilometers, the district holds a population of 3,085,411.

Mumbai comprises two distinct regions: Mumbai City district and Mumbai Suburban district, which form separate revenue districts of Maharashtra. The city district area is commonly known as the Island City or South Mumbai. The overall area of Mumbai is 603.4 square kilometers.

Mumbai, a prominent cosmopolitan city in India, stands as a popular tourist destination renowned for bustling markets, captivating beaches, towering skyscrapers, and luxurious five-star hotels. Among the diverse array of street foods, vada pav takes the lead as the most popular choice in Mumbai. Other notable street foods include dabeli, panipuri, bhelpuri, sevpuri, dahipuri, sandwiches, ragda-pattice, and pav bhaji.

In terms of religion, Hinduism is the predominant faith, followed by Islam as the second-largest religion. Jainism is practiced by the Gujarati community, while Buddhism is embraced by the Marathi population. Mumbai also hosts the world’s largest Parsi community, although their numbers are declining.

Regarding languages, Marathi serves as the official and most widely spoken language in the district. However, being one of India’s largest cities, Mumbai has attracted speakers of numerous languages. Other languages with significant speaker populations in the district include Hindi, Urdu, Gujarati, and Tamil.