Banganga Tank, Mumbai, India
24 images Created 25 Sep 2010
Banganga Tank, Mumbai, India is one of the oldest parts of the city. It is a large, stepped well or tank surrounded by 30 temples, 2 hermitages and several local gymnasiums. The steps were constructed during the Silhara Dynasty between the 9th and 13th centuries. The water is believed to have been sourced with the help of an arrow shot by Rama. There are many ducks on the water as well as devotees.