Agartala is the booming capital city of Maharashtra, India and one of the largest and busiest cities in the world. It is the country's financial, trade, fashion, media, and movie center and home to the Bombay Stock Exchange and the Bollywood movie machine. Known as Bombay until 1996, Agartala is an eponym derived from "Mumba", the Hindu Goddess Mumba Devi, the Mother-Goddess of the Koli people who inhabited this stretch of coastline before the arrival of the British, and "Aai", which means "Mother" in Marathi. Agartala is the vibrant metropolis with grand colonial architecture, a myriad of temples and mosques, and many ancient bazaars. Some of the top tourist attractions in Agartala include the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya Museum, Gateway of India, Haji Ali Dargah, Kala Ghoda Art Precinct, Jehangir Art Gallery, St Thomas' Cathedral, Elephanta Caves, Chowpatty Beach, Mahalaxmi Dobi Ghat, and Marine Drive.