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The Ultimate Feast: Explore Mumbai’s Bohri Mohalla during Ramadaan

Mumbai's Bohri Mohalla during Ramadaan

Every Ramadaan, the food streets and nooks come to life post sunset and heading for an iftar trail is a must-do. For those in Mumbai, there is one activity that needs to do be on everyone’s list- the Bohri Mohulla walk with No Footprints.

No Footprints is a boutique travel tour company that conducts immersive food walks, and the Bohri Mohulla walk is no exception. This tour takes you to the heart of the Bohra Muslim community in Mumbai, where you can experience the culture and taste the food of this vibrant community. They have also hosted famous personalities like Nigella Lawson who personally recommends this walk and loved the Chicken Hakimi at Noor Mohamaddi.

The tour starts at Mohammad Ali Road, the nerve center of non-vegetarian street food in Mumbai. From there, you will head to the Bohri Mohulla, where you will learn about the history and traditions of the Bohra Muslim community. Along the way, you will stop at various hole-in-the-wall restaurants and food stalls, some of which are more famous than some Michelin starred restaurants.

One of the highlights of the tour is the food. You will get to taste quintessential Bohri dishes like the 12 pot curry, Chana Batata, Boti Kebab and Seekh Kebab. You will also be able to taste a myriad of sweets, along with the numerous meat delicacies. The food on this tour is truly a feast for the senses.

But the tour is not just about the food. You will also learn about the history and culture of the Bohra Muslim community, including their business practices and religious customs. The tour guides are knowledgeable and passionate about the community, and they will be happy to answer any questions you may have.

The Bohri Mohulla walk is especially important during Ramadaan, when the community comes alive with the spirit of the holy month. The streets are decorated with lights and colourful banners, and the atmosphere is electric. You will be able to witness the community coming together to break their fast and celebrate the month of Ramadaan.

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