Mumbai Television Tower

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Mumbai Television Tower amidst Worli skyline.

The Mumbai Television Tower is the television tower owned by Doordarshan, the public-broadcaster located in the city of Mumbai in India. It stands at 300 metres (984 feet) and is the fourth-tallest man-made structure in the Indian subcontinent. The red and white tower is an open latticework structure. The tower, located at Worli, can be seen from most parts of South Mumbai.

A 32-minute documentary titled Tale of a Tower was produced by the Films Division of India featuring footage of the tower topped out in 1972.[1]


  1. ^ Ramnath, Nandini (4 October 2013). "For the record - This is Aakashvani". Mint. Retrieved 8 November 2018.

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Coordinates: 19°00′26″N 72°49′12″E / 19.00722°N 72.82000°E / 19.00722; 72.82000