PLACES OF INTEREST

DANTIVRA.

Dantivra, in the Mahim sub-division ten miles south of Mahim, has a small ruined fort probably built by the Portuguese. It has a sea customs office, with, during the five years ending 1878-79, average exports worth 10,738 (Rs. 1,07,380) and average imports worth 831 (Rs. 8310). Exports varied from 7651 (Rs. 67,510) in 1877-78 to 13,877 (Rs. 1,38,770) in 1875-76, and imports from 220 (Rs. 2200) in 1875-76 to 1635 (Rs. 16,350) in 1877-78.[The details are: Exports, 1874-75 11,140 (Rs. 1,11,400), 1875-76 13,877 (Rs. 1,38,770), 1876-77 12,125 (Rs. 1,21,250), 1877-78 6751 (Rs. 67,510), 1878-79 9796 (Rs. 97,960); Imports, 1874-75 403 (Rs. 4030), 1875-76 220 (Rs. 2200), 1876-77 1039 (Rs. 10,390), 1877-78 1635 (Rs. 16,350), 1878-79 758 (Rs. 7580).] There is a large rest-house with room for more than 100 travellers, built by Mr. Ardeshir Dady of Bombay.