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They live in Dariya Mahal, an old house where an Englishman died waiting for his princely Indian lover to leave his wife and family and come to him. The Englishman left behind "a formidable stack of love letters written and never posted, tied with jute, smelling of lavender and sadness." Now the house tends to its sadness and waits for someone to live in it who can understand its story of heartbreak and loss.
Famous bungalow with access to beach and excellent lawns. Parsi owner rents out the lawns and rooms in the bungalow for private parties.place comments: 12 months ago Anuj Parikh, MD Well, as someone with familial ties to "Daria Mahal," I can assure you that the owners are not Parsi, they are Gujarati. The bungalow was built by my great grandfather Shri Maneklal Chinai. This, if you will, is the "House of Chinai." This property has appeared in many Bollywood films. 4 months ago jupiter325 Yes, we, at Dabur, had shot an ad film here - Vatika Shampoo, with Rani Mukherjee. Had a great time - its a beautiful building with an amazing view on the west and the sea splashes noisily at high tide 2 months ago Maria Irwin Franco Daria Mahal is a beautiful place, with kind and extremely hospitable owners. In fact, one of the owners introduced my parents to each other, in Ohio, of all places, more than 50 years ago. I find the people of Mumbai to be peaceful, hospitable and kind
4 months ago jupiter325 Yes, we, at Dabur, had shot an ad film here - Vatika Shampoo, with Rani Mukherjee. Had a great time - its a beautiful building with an amazing view on the west and the sea splashes noisily at high tide
hubby who's family is from Gujarat, said that yogi could even be there.Gujarat is just north of Mumbai, so easy to get to.
TarJunkie999 can't hold a candle to us