The region of present-day Bangalore was part of several successive kingdoms of southern India. Between the 4th and 10th centuries, the Bangalore region was ruled by the Western Ganga Dynasty of Karnataka, the first dynasty to establish effective control over the region. According to Edgar Thurston, there were twenty-eight kings who ruled over Gangavadi from the beginning of the Christian era until its conquest by the Cholas. These kings belonged to two distinct dynasties: the previous line of the Solar race, which had a succession of 7 kings of the Ratti or Reddi tribe, and the later line of the Ganga race. The Western gangs ruled the region initially as a sovereign power (350-550), and later as counterfeiters of the Chalukyas of Badami, followed by the Rashtrakutas until the tenth century. Temple BeguarNageshwara was commissioned around 860, during the reign of the king of western Ganga, EregangaNitimarga I, and was extended by his successor Nitimarga II. Around 1004, during the reign of Raja Choala I, the Cholas defeated the Western gangs under the command of Crown Prince RajendraChola I, and captured Bangalore During this period, the Bangalore witnessed the migration of many groups: warriors, administrators, merchants, artisans, pastoralists, cultivators and religious personnel from all Kannada speaking regions include Tamil Nadu.
Koli people, who originated in Gujarat in prehistoric times, were the true owners of the 7 islands that Mumbai is consisted of. For centuries, the islands were under the control of successive Indian empires before being ceded to the Portuguese Empire and later to the East India Company when in 1661 Charles II of England married Catherine of England. Braganza and as part of his dowry, Carlos received the ports of Tangier, and 7 islands of Bombay. In the mid-eighteenth century, Bombay was remodeled by the Hornby Vellard project, which carried out the recovery of the area between the seven islands of the sea. Along with the construction of major roads and railways, the reclamation project, completed in 1845, transformed Mumbai into an important seaport in the Arabian Sea. Bombay in the nineteenth century was characterized by economic and educational development. At the beginning of the 20th century it became a solid base for the Indian independence movement. After the independence of India in 1947, the city was incorporated into the state of Bombay. Bangalore to Mumbai is a long journey ahead. It has a total distance of around 980 km, which means it will take the traveller from 15-16 hours to travel from one destination to another. As a road trip, the roads are really nice and delightful but the journey can get cumbersome due to the long travelling hours. As a train trip, the journey can be fun and enjoyable as you get to experience the beauty of it in its true sense while reaching a little bit earlier and with less effort of maintenance and ownership fuzz. It is also one of the cheapest methods to look in to for future reference.