Another Foreigner Mesmerized with Indian Culture: Know the List of Reasons for Preference of Mumbai Over NewYork
- Posted on April 27, 2023
- By Navya Shrivastava
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New York and Mumbai are two cities that never sleep. They are both their respective countries’ financial centers. Immigrants are drawn to each of them (to pursue their aspirations). The capital of India’s Maharashtra state is Mumbai, formerly known as Bombay.
The primary port on the Arabian Sea and the nation's financial and economic center are both located there. Mumbai, the most populous city in India, is situated on Maharashtra’s coast and is one of the biggest and most densely populated urban centers in the world. 1.84 billion people call Mumbai home. Mumbai spans 603.4 square kilometers in total. Mumbai experiences a 26.9 degrees Celsius average temperature.
Officially known as the metropolis of New York, New York City is a metropolis and port in the northeastern United States. It is the biggest and most powerful American city. The most populated and multicultural city in the United States is New York. In reality, City is made up of numerous communities.
People were amused by a video posted by Instagram blogger Sanjay Meriya featuring a New Yorker. The foreigner speaks Hindi in the video as he explains why he prefers Mumbai to New York City.
The likelihood is that the video will wow you. This rare occurrence with a New Yorker who had spent five years living in India! He had incredible Hindi speaking skills and detailed the pace and hustle of life in New York and Mumbai, respectively.
Quite the gentleman! He also gave us free tickets to a Broadway performance because he works there. The caption that accompanied the video reads, “Andre bhai OP.”
The video was published in January. Since being posted, the video has had over 3.6 million views, and that figure is rising. The post has gotten a lot of likes and comments.
An Instagram user commented, “Andre passed the vibe check.” “I’ve met this man as well." Another person said, “He also speaks Gujarati." "Me when I travel to study abroad," a third person retorted. In response to the video, many users used the emoji for "laughing out loud."
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