The Mahalakshmi temple is one of the most characteristic and important temples of Mumbai. It's located in an alley near Bhulabhai Desai Road, one of the main roads of the city. The temple is dedicated to Lord Mahalakshmi and it was built in 1831 by an Indian merchant. The outside of the temple is plain, but when you get inside everything changes: the temple is dedicated
to three goddesses, the destructive demon goddess, the goddess of wealth and the goddess of learning. The entire temple is decorated with Hindu images and the whole outfit's spectacular.
In addition, it is also interesting to walk down the alley that leads to the door, because of the amount of stalls with flowers of all imaginable colors, fruit and other types of offerings. Remember that before walking in you must remove your shoes, as in all Indian temples.