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Bombay was Dr. Ambedkar's home city, and one so important that it not only received excellent attention in the Imperial Gazetteer, but also rated two Gazetteer maps, a general one of the Island of Bombay, and a more detailed map of Bombay City itself. In addition, the city was the capital of the British administrative Province of Bombay Presidency—which as the "Western Presidency of British India," itself received even more extensive coverage in the Imperial Gazetteer (not to speak of its own two Gazetteer maps, one for the northern part of the Presidency, and one for the southern part).