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The story of Kamathipura, the red light area in Mumbai.

Kamathipura, also known as Bombay’s red-light area, is Asia’s second largest red-light area. You have heard about Kamathipura, but do you know what it really is? Do you know why this area has become so popular among people from all over the world? Well, to understand the answer to these questions, you’ll need to hear an incredible story that shows how this place became one of the most important places in Mumbai city. Come with me and let’s discover together the history of Foras Road.

What Is A Mumbai Red Light Area?

Red Light Areas are defined as places where one can find sex workers openly working as prostitutes In Mumbai. it is legal to be a prostitute and even soliciting for customers is legal, but most red-light areas in Mumbai are considered illegal because they are not licensed and don’t pay taxes to government.

However most cities in India turn a blind eye on those soliciting for customers except for few well known locations like Foras Road in Mumbai (topmost red-light area).

Where Are The Mumbai Sex Workers From?

It’s important to understand that most girls who work as prostitutes at Foras Road are not from Mumbai; they come from all over India – Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Assam and Manipur – but mostly Jharkhand and West Bengal. A large number of these girls have even been trafficked by agents into prostitution because it has been a fairly common practice in recent years.

Being a red-light area, most girls are not willing to talk about their profession but there are some who have been rescued and rehabilitated by different NGOs and organizations.

These sex workers tell us what life was like for them before they found refuge in these red-light areas. Many had been abused as children or ran away from home because they did not get along with their families. A few also speak up against child prostitution and urge people to stop it at all costs.

Why Are There So Many Prostitutes In Red Light Area?

The red-light areas or Lal bazaars in Mumbai are inhabited by thousands of sex workers. Red-light areas have always been a part of urban civilization, being a blot on our cityscape that has defined Mumbai for decades now.

But why are there so many prostitutes here? What attracts these girls to Grant Road, and other red-light areas of Mumbai ? What’s so enticing about working as an escort in a brothel – is it true that they lead carefree lives and make lots of money? We spoke to prostitutes and experts for answers. Most of these girls were trafficked from rural Maharashtra or brought from nearby states like Andhra Pradesh, Orissa and Assam with promises of good jobs.

How Many People Work In Mumbai Prostitution Industry?

As per unofficial estimates there are at least 50,000 sex workers working across more than 300 brothels in and around Mumbai city. These statistics may be an underestimation as there is not proper way to survey it and all number are based on assumptions only.

Most sex workers are poor uneducated and desperate girls who earn a living for their families by prostituting themselves. They come from all over Mumbai. Since there is no formal way to track it, people working in prostitution industry remain invisible even though they are on busy street corners in red-light areas.

Facts about Mumbai's Red Light Area

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