“When you build a bridge, you build something for all times”, said Joseph Strauss, the architect of the iconic Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. The Bandra-Worli Sea-Link holds a similar place in the life of Mumbaikars, especially the suburbanites. It is the first bridge in India to be constructed in the open sea. It is also the longest cable-stayed bridge in the country. It is an edifice of magnificence built by Indian engineers, contractors and workers with confidence and pride. It has joined the CST and the Gateway of India as an identity of Mumbai. The book tells the story of the challenges, trials and hardships faced by those who created it and brings out the satisfaction, joy and pride which they rightly feel on completion of the project.