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Byculla

Byculla is neighboured by Nagpada and Mumbai Central on the West. Mazagaon and Dockyard Road to the East and. Sandhurst Road and Bhendi Bazaar to the South. Madanpura in the Centre. Chinchpokli to the North. Reay Road and Ghodapdeo on the North-E ...

C.G.S. colony

C.G.S. colony is Asias largest housing colony to provide housing to employees and staff of any central government body/organisation. C.G.S. is derived from C entral G overnment E mployees S ociety - the "E" is not used usually because saying "CGS ...

Cavel

Cavel is a neighbourhood in South Mumbai. It is located to the north-east of Dhobitalao near the Chira Bazaar area. It got its name from the Koli word Kolwar. The Kolis of this village were converted to Christianity by the Portuguese in the 16th ...

Chandanwadi, Mumbai

Chandanwadi is a neighbourhood in Mumbai. It is the area around Marine Lines most famous for the Chandanwadi electric crematorium which opened in 1954.

Chandivali

Chandivali is an upmarket residential neighbourhood located between Saki Naka and Powai in the Suburbs of Mumbai. It is located at a distance of 6 Km from Andheri Railway station on the Western line and around 4 Km from Ghatkopar Railway Station ...

Churchgate

Churchgate is an area in South Mumbai. During the eighteenth and up to the mid-19th century, Mumbai was a walled city. The city walls had three gates, and Church Gate, named after St. Thomas Cathedral, Mumbai was one of the gates. The gate was si ...

Colaba

Colaba or is a part of the city of Mumbai, India. During Portuguese rule in the 16th century, the island was known as Candil. After the British took over the island in the late 17th century, it was known as Colio. For the fort in Alibaug, see Kol ...

Cotton Green

Cotton Green is a suburb of Mumbai, and a noted residential and commercial area east of Parel, in central Mumbai, 8 km north of Colaba. It is also the name of a railway station on the Mumbai suburban railway, which lies along the Harbour line, wh ...

Cuffe Parade

Cuffe Parade is the historical and most significant business district in Western India. Located at the southern end of Mumbai, it is home to a collection of commercial and office high-rises. It is bordered to the north by Nariman Point, which alo ...

Currey Road railway station

Currey Road is a railway station that serves the Lower Parel neighbourhood in Mumbai. It is on the Central line of the Mumbai Suburban Railway serving the areas of Lalbaug and Parel. Currey Road is situated in the heart of Mumbai and surrounded b ...

D.N. Nagar

D N Nagar is named after Dadabhai Naoroji. It is located within the triangle of Lokhandwala Complex, Seven Bungalows and Juhu Vile Parle Development Scheme. Educational institutions include the College Bhavans h average Wadia school, Bhavans Coll ...

Dadar

Dadar is the first planned area of Mumbai. It is a densely populated residential and shopping neighbourhood. It is also a prominent railway and bus service hub with local and national connectivity. Dadar is also a hub for the Marathi culture, whi ...

Dagdi Chawl

Dagdi Chawl is a neighbourhood in Byculla, Mumbai, used to house mill workers from the nearby industries. Now it is known for the fortified home of mafia don turned politician Arun Gawli. On 2 October 2015, a Marathi film starring Ankush Choudhar ...

Dedh galli

Dedh galli also spelt Dedh gully is a street market in Mumbai. It means one and a half alley. It has been described as one of Mumbais three Chor Bazars or flea markets primarily for footwear. It is located in the Kamathipura area of the city, beh ...

Deonar

Deonar is a suburb of Mumbai. It has gained prominence for being the location of the largest dumping ground in Mumbai and also the location of citys largest abattoir, Deonar Municipal Abattoir

Dhobitalao

Dhobitalao is a neighborhood in the city of Mumbai in India. Located in the South Mumbai area at an elevation of 11 m, it used to be a location where linen was washed. In British times, dhobis used to wash the British soldiers clothes here. It wa ...

Dindoshi

Dindoshi is a location in the suburb of Malad, in Mumbai, India. The suburb houses the largest IT Park in Mumbai, a 10-story tower block. There is a bus depot and a school, Yashodham High School, a nearby mall, Oberoi Mall and a popular temple in ...

Dongri

Dongri is a port city in the Mira-Bhayandar municipality of Thane district, situated just north of Gorai, Mumbai. The word Dungaree has its origin from Dongri due this genre of garment monolithically being manufactured from textile sectors within ...

Fanas Wadi

Fanas Wadi / Phanaswadi is a neighbourhood in Kalbadevi, South Mumbai. It is known for its temple dedicated to Lord Venkateswara. Local people call this temple of Lord Balaji Mandir. The name Fanas is Marathi for jackfruit, probably pointing to a ...

Four Bungalows

Four Bungalows is a neighbourhood in Mumbai. It is located about three kilometres from Andheri station and is in the vicinity of Lokhandwala Complex and Seven Bungalows. It is popular as one of the most systematic and well-organized center for sh ...

Gavangaon

Gavangaon is a locality in South Mumbai in the Trombay area connected with Arabian Sea. The population mostly consists of Agri People in Gavangoan who were the first inhabitants of Mumbai.

Ghodapdeo

Ghodapdeo is a neighborhood in Byculla, Mumbai. It lies between Cotton Green, Reay Road, Raani Baug, Mustafa Bazaar and Kaala Chowki. It consists mainly of the labor class population. The main language spoken is Marathi. A wide range of industria ...

Girgaon

Girgaon, formerly Girgaum, is an area in southern Mumbai in Maharashtra, India. The Sanskrit term "Giri" stands for hills, whereas the Sanskrit word "gram" denotes a village. Thus, Girgaon means a village at the foothill of mountains. Girgaon occ ...

Gorai

Gorai is a village in Dharavi Bhet, the North-western part of the island of Salsette near Mumbai, India. Gorai is accessed more usually by a ferry crossing the Manori Creek and Gorai creek or otherwise by the overland route through Bhayander. Gor ...

Gowalia Tank

Gowalia Tank Maidan is a park in central Mumbai where Mahatma Gandhi issued the Quit India speech on 8 August 1942 decreeing that the British must leave India immediately or else mass agitations would take place. In the words of Gandhi "Here is a ...

Guru Tegh Bahadur Nagar

Guru Tegh Bahadur Nagar, formerly known as Koliwada, is a neighbourhood in Sion, Mumbai, named after Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji, the ninth of the Ten Gurus of Sikhism. Initially, it consisted of Mumbais Koli indigenous community, it is also known a ...

Hindu colony

Hindu Colony is an old locality situated in the Dadar area of Mumbai, India. The locality falls in between Dadar and Matunga on the east side of the Central Railway Line. Traditionally, the area had been a locality of Maharashtrians, Catholics, J ...

Hiranandani Gardens, Mumbai

Hiranandani Gardens is an upmarket township consisting of condominiums, penthouses, bungalows and commercial complexes in Powai in the city of Mumbai. Hiranandani was constructed by the Hiranandani Group and can be accessed by JVLR from the North ...

Irla

Irla is a neighbourhood in suburban Mumbai, part of Vile Parle. It is located near the upmarket Juhu area. There is one beautiful Jain temple of the first Uttar Pradesh Jains, the Fish. It also contains a famous chain of shops called "Alfa". Also ...

Jagruti Nagar

Jagurti Nagar is a locality in the suburb of Ghatkopar in Mumbai, India. It lies along the arterial Andheri-Ghatkopar Link Road and is served by the Jagruti Nagar metro station of Mumbai Metros Line 1.

JB Nagar

JB Nagar, expanded to Jamunalal Bajaj Nagar, is a neighbourhood in Andheri, Mumbai. Its proximity to Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport makes it a prime business district. Located off the Andheri-Ghatkopar link road near Chakala, it has go ...

Kajuwadi

Kajuwadi is a small residential area located in the northern suburbs in the city of Mumbai. Kajuwadi has a police station which acts a centrally located station for residents in Chakala, JB Nagar, and the nearby areas.

Kala Ghoda

Kala Ghoda IPA:Kālā Ghōdā) is a crescent-shaped art district in Downtown Mumbai. It has many of the citys heritage buildings, and is full of museums, art galleries and educational institutions like the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahala ...

Kalbadevi

Kalbadevi is an old neighbourhood in Mumbai, India. It is named after Goddess Kalbadevi, the Hindu Goddess. Kalbadevi area is one of the busiest areas during peak hours. The area has mostly traders in watches, bicycles, steel utensils, etc.

Kannamwar Nagar

Kannamwar Nagar is a locality situated in Vikhroli east, on eastern express highway. Kannamwar Nagar is on the eastern side of the Vikhroli railway station and is known for buildings built by MHADA. It is considered as one of the biggest housing ...

Kemps Corner

Kemps Corner is an upmarket neighbourhood in South Mumbai. It is flanked by Altamount Road on one side and Malabar Hill on the other. It lies at the intersection of Breach Candy, Warden Road, Pedder Road and Nepean Sea Road. The place has several ...

Kherwadi

Kherwadi is a middle class, developing neighborhood, situated on the eastern side of Bandra Railway station, Mumbai. It has got its name from the first chief minister of Bombay state Mr B.G. Kher. It is surrounded by the CBD of BKC to the east, M ...

Khotachiwadi

Khotachiwadi is a heritage village in Girgaon, Mumbai, India. Houses generally conform to the old-Portuguese style architecture. It was founded in the late 18th century on a hot and Pathar Prabhu, who sold plots of land to local East Indian famil ...

Koombarwara

Koombarwara is a part of Bombay. It had 759.66 people per acre in 1881. It was one of the most overpopulated spots on earth. The Tenth Ward in Manhattan was even more crowded in 1894.

Lalbaug

Lalbaug or is a neighbourhood in South Mumbai in Mumbai, the capital of Maharashtra an Indian state. It was once part of the neighbourhood called Girangaon - Mumbais mill district that is now undergoing gentrification due to the shifting of texti ...

Lallubhai Compound

Lallubhai Compound is a residential colony in suburban Mankhurd, Mumbai. The residential colony is a cluster of 65 buildings, was created under the Slum Rehabilitation Act, with construction work completed in 2003. Lallubhai Compound houses peopl ...

Lands End, Bandra

Lands End is the southernmost tip of Bandra. The area is notable for being the residence of several Bollywood actors. It is an upmarket area in Mumbai and the properties in this area is one of the most expensive properties in the world. Notable r ...

Lokhandwala Complex

Lokhandwala Complex, Andheri, also known as Lokhandwala, is a large upmarket and affluent residential and commercial neighbourhood in Mumbai, India. It is approximately 5 km from Andheri station. The name Lokhandwala comes from the name of the de ...

Mahalaxmi, Mumbai

Mahalaxmi Temple is one of the most famous temples in Mumbai. Built around 1785, the history of this temple is supposedly connected with the building of the Hornby Vellard. Supposedly, after portions of the sea-wall of the Vellard collapsed twice ...

Maheshwari Udyan, Mumbai

Maheshwari Udyan, also known by its former name Kings Circle, is a park in Matunga, Mumbai. It was named after George V, the King-Emperor. The part of the road that leads to Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus was formerly called Vincent Road. It was ch ...

Mahim

Mahim is a neighbourhood in Mumbai, India. The Mahim railway station is in the Mahim area, on the Mumbai suburban railway on the Western Railway line. Mahim is often considered as the heart of Mumbai. Mahim upholds the values of secularism and di ...

Mahul

Mahul is a fishing village in Chembur, Mumbai, located on the eastern seafront of the Mumbai Suburban District. Since 2017, Mahul has been in news for the abhorrent conditions of its 72 building slum resettlement colony.It is a place away from Hu ...

Malad

Malad is a suburb located in North Mumbai. Malad has a railway station on the Western line of the Mumbai Suburban Railway, lying between Kandivali station to the north and Goregaon station to the south. The railway tracks of the Western Line divi ...

Mandvi, Mumbai

Mandvi is an area in South Mumbai near Masjid Bunder. It is located near Pydhone. It has a high Muslim population. In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries it had a small, but thriving Jewish community. The 300-year-old Gate of Mercy Synagogue ...

Manori

Manori can be reached by road via Bhayander, Dahisar Check naka. The closest railway station is Malad. The sea route, however, is relatively shorter. Manori is a 15-minute ferry ride away from Marve Beach in Malad.