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The architecture of Mumbai blends Gothic, Victorian, Art Deco, Indo-Saracenic and contemporary architectural styles. Many buildings, structures and historical monuments remain from the colonial era. Mumbai, after Miami, has the second largest number of Art Deco buildings in the world. So being in Mumbai these Art Deco marvels always inspires us.
Eros Movie Hall, Near Oval Maidan, Mumbai. designed by architect Sohrabji Bhedwar.
Art Deco in India (and especially in Mumbai) evolved into a unique style that came to be called Deco-Saracenic. Essentially, it was a combination of the Islamic and the Hindu architectural styles. The main features of the Indo Saracenic Style were the construction of domes, arches, spires, stained glasses and minarets.
New India Assurance Building, Mumbai
Details of Mural. New India Assurance Building, Mumbai
We tried to capture it’s modern Art Deco style and classiness in our prints.
Inspired by mural of New India Assurance Building (Mumbai/Bombay), India. The illustration’s art deco architectural style combines modern art deco features with a modified classicism. It has architectural drawing look because of original mural and line art style.
If you have visited Mumbai, India then it is a really good souvenir. These prints are available for sale in two sizes A3 and A2 on 200G paper on etsy. If you would like to order customised or canvas enlargements pls mail us on firstname.lastname@example.org and visit our store at www.moochchaap.com
The Floating Island
Title: The Great Gatsby
Original title: The Great Gatsby
Author: F Scott Fitzgerald
Publication date: 1925
Media type: ePub
Print Pages: 192
Fav quote: “Dishonesty in a woman is a thing you never blame deeply.”
This is my first attempt to cook experimental chicken steak, with ingredients I have at that moment in my kitchen. It was fun and 100% satisfaction. Thats why i’m sharing this recipe on my blog. Hope you find it interesting to cook and eat.
150 g Shimeji Mushrooms
250 g Chicken Breast
1 Table Spoon Soya sauce
10-15 Garlic clove
2 Tea Spoon Sugar
1 Table Spoon Wine
Stuffing Chicken Breast
Take a chicken breast. Cut it from the centre in to two parts. Make a horizontal slit in to each part of the breast with a sharp knife. Open up the slit and rub it with olive oil, chill flake, finely chopped garlic, ginger and salt. Then stuff the two lemon slices, mint, orange pulp and lemon grass in it. Then keep it aside for 15-20 min.
Cut baby corn vertically in two parts and boil it. Then cut capsicum in rings. Cut onion in slices.
Take a deep pan. Put olive oil in it. Add sliced onion, smashed garlic, chilli flake and chopped ginger in it. Fry it till the onion gets transparent. Then add 2 tea spoon sugar, 1 tablespoon soya sauce. Then add Shimji mushrooms and button tomatoes. Cook it for 8-10 minutes. then add some orange pulp salt and wine. And finally add boiled baby corn and capsicum in it. Coock for 2 minutes.
Fry Chicken Breast
Add olive oil in pan. Make sure that it is evenly hot to fry. Put stuffed chicken breast and close the pan. Fry it for 4-5 minute. then turn the chicken breast and repeat the same. Open the pan and fry till it gets golden brown and serve with mash potato, Shimji mushroom sauce and red wine.