The Fort of Bombay was once divided into a European quarter and a native quarter. The native quarter was where the wealthy Indian merchants resided in various community enclaves. In one such community enclave, an institution doubled up as a courthouse and jail. Here, the East India Company delivered sentences to criminals and incarcerated them. Join Team Khaki as we take a journey through the Fort's erstwhile native quarter to discover relics of centuries gone by and unravel the secret of the Mapla Por.
Half a well with spiritual powers
305, Hari Chambers, 58/64, Shahid Bhagat Singh Rd, Kala Ghoda, Fort, Mumbai, Maharashtra