Mumbai is the heady, chaotic face of 21st-century India. The country’s best and brightest gather here to pursue education and careers, clamoring for a piece of India’s economic boom. While the home of some of India’s biggest companies, wealthiest families, and most glamorous celebrities, it is also home to Asia’s biggest slum and millions of shockingly poor looking for their own miracle. Homeless beggars sleep below the world’s most expensive personal residence, as Bollywood stars slip by open sewers in their Rolls-Royces. While not traditional India in the sense of ancient temples and camel bazaars, Mumbai represents the hopes and aspirations of millions of Indian citizens — rich and poor.