Mumbai and Banglore are some of India's largest cities in this heavily populated country. Other than experiencing large quakes during the 7 of 10 scenario that will sink Indonesia, India should be relatively unaffected. Banglore is inland, and will not flood during the slight sinking of the west coast of India anticipated during the tipping of the plate holding India during the Indonesia devastation. Overall, the western border of the plate holding India should sink 10 feet, which will affect the Indus River valley in Pakistan, but to a much lesser degree the India coastline. Mumbai is lowland, though in the main is above that 10 foot mark. Any plate movement will create choppy waves, so Mumbai will certainly experience irregular tides and in particular high tides, but not beyond what it has experienced in the past during storms.