Bhuleshwar
Bhuleshwar is a neighborhood in Mumbai, (Old spelling Bholeśvar The area is known for being house to over 65 temples) , this area is named so because there are thousands of bylane and passages that even veterans tend to forgot their ways. Bhuleshwar coined from the word Bhoolna means to “Forgot”. The famous Mumbadevi Temple, from which the city of Mumbai derives its name is situated here. Mumbadevi Temple is crowded and noisy, But if you’re out to discover the heritage of Mumbai, Mumbadevi has got to be on the top of your list. No parking space in the area at all in and around Temple premisies.

The lanes are narrow and extremely crowded during the day, but you'll find a variety of interesting people doing odd professions. Bhuleshwar also houses the famous Zaveri Bazaar (Jeweller's Market) where gold and silver jewellery is sold.

In Bhuleshwar / Kalbadevi area you can buy anything from jewelry (Zaveri Bazaar), dress material (Mangaldas Market), household goods (Bhuleshwar Road), stationery (Abdul Rahman Street), or electrical items (Lohar Chawl), industrial glass material , chemical and pharmaceuticals instruments at Princess street, Perfumes at hanuman lane( gali) and enjoy variety of fast food snacks like Kichiya papad , maska pav, dal kichdi, Jalebi- Rabrdi, dosa etc at Khau gali near Mumba devi temple.

Everyday except Friday after 6:00 PM, Yarn / fiber traders and brokers from all over the Maharashtra gather at Tambakata ,the area very near to mumbadevi temple for trading and business related activities.  

From Crawford Market you can go to Mohmad Ali Road/Bhindibazar the Muslim populated area and from there you can reach Bhuleshwar areA. Do visit Rajdhani Restaurant for good Gujarati Thali near Mangaldas Market in Kalbadevi which is adjacent area of Bhuleshwar and also try famous Falooda (Milk shake with Ice Cream ) at Badshah Cold Drink House, opposite the Crawford Market on main road.