Mumbai's renowned Kala Ghoda Art Precinct stretches from Regal Circle (also known as SP Mukherjee Chowk) at the southern end of Mahatma Gandhi (MG) Road, north to Mumbai University on the same road. Its curious name, meaning Black Horse, can be traced back to a bronze equestrian statue of King Edward VII which existed there during the colonial era. These days, the area has become a compelling cultural hub offering art, history, education, and some of the city's most popular restaurants.Where to Start
You'll find Regal Circle at the end of Colaba Causeway, opposite the Regal Cinema. It's readily recognizable by the large fountain in the middle. If you stand with your back towards Colaba Causeway, the imposing Maharastra Police Headquarters will be on your right, and the beginning of MG Road is opposite it, near the bus stop.