Jewish heritage tour is a special interest tour to explore the Jewish heritage of city of Mumbai.
The city has a very rich and old association with Jewish community who have played a very important role in the history and development of city. In fact ‘ father of the city’ is a title ascribed to David Sasson, a jew who took refuge in India, when Jewish community faced atrocities from Islamic fanaticism unleashed by pasha in Iraq in 19th century.
In fact Alibagh, a small town near Bombay is the landing points of Jews in India, who have fully integrated themselves with local traditions, while practicing their own religion.
The city has 9 synagogues, chabbad house the headquarter of the Jewish organisations in India and 3 Jewish cemeteries.
To know more in details about Alibagh and its Jewish association please click here.
The tour covers important landmarks associated with Judaism. This includes, chhabad house, 2 synagogues, sasson library, sasson house now converted in to hospital, besides the believers and followers of Judaism can also be served by kosher meal ,if so desired. The tourists needs to intimate in advance for this service .
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- Local Tour
- Travel and Destination
- History Tour
- Activities for Kids
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