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Bombay High Court, Mumbai (Bombay)

Categories: Architectural Buildings, Tourist Spots
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4/5 based on 190+ reviews on the web
Stop at Bombay High Court and admire the British colonial building's imposing Gothic Revival architecture. Built in the 19th century, the court still bears the city's original name, and represents one of the oldest high courts in the country. Enter the building, where you have permission to sit in on hearings and observe the daily activities of the court. Be aware, however, that photography is prohibited inside. To visit Bombay High Court on your trip to Navi Mumbai, use our Navi Mumbai trip itinerary maker.
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  • The court is accesable from both the stations which is churchgate and VT or CST. just be careful of the media if there is some high profile case going on, cause u can be run over by the media. 
  • The grand architecture is in contrast to its poor interiors. The hoards of people, chaos and noise in each Court room makes poor mass appeal. The paan stains on the walls and the stink of the toilets ...  read more »
  • The Bombay high court is a building which was build during British rule of india. a nice place to take some good HDR photos 
  • The Mumbai High Court unfortunately is part of a decadent, archaic legal system that is one of the most shameful aspects of India. The Indian PM Modi and the Indian Parliament have contributed to the amazing backlog of millions of cases by not processing the appointment of judges. Visit the HC building to gawk at the amazing architecture and to gawk at an anachronistic system where nothing has evolved over the 150 years since the building was first erected !
  • Also known as Constitutional Casino. 14 judges of Bombay High Court grabbed a plot of land reserved for Dishoused by approaching the Maharashtra Chief Minister. They constituted Nyay Sagar Society upon it at Bandra with plush flats and rented the same to high-class prostitutes.
  • The staff of Mumbai High court was very cooperative and helpful it is my personnel experience. corruption free administration really proud off.
  • Lovely atmosphere but requested you to post accurate address of bombay high court also distance from railway it fort area or kalaghoda area or any other.
  • now the chief justice of the Bombay High Court is not Justice Mohit Shaha, he retired on 9 th septmber 2015. At present the Acting Chief JUstice Is Hon'ble justice Smt. Vijaya Kamlesh Tahilramani.
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