ⓘ Maheshwari Udyan, Mumbai

                                     

ⓘ 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 changed to Dr. Ambedkar Road almost 45 years ago. Kings Circle station and Matunga railway station are next to each other, the former on the Harbour and the latter on the Central line.

Morarji Desai, Union Finance Minister of India, laid the Foundation stone on 3 February 1962 in honor of the name change.

Located very close to the station kings circle is the formation of the school society of South India, one of Mumbais oldest schools. Kings circle also plays a Central role in places such as Koliwada, Wadala or Vadala, Sion, Mumbai S. G. S. colony Antop Hill and this is the place for real estate and business due to its Central location and higher prices.

For several decades, Matunga and Sion were the roads terminal points. Beyond them was marshy, the land, suitable for living. All construction takes place in South Bombay. Land was reclaimed from the sea and are available for construction sites.

Maheshwari services on the road. It passes through various flyovers reaching the depot Thane. From these services, you can go on foot in the Western part of Matunga. The railway workshop one small length bylane foot bridge, local people call this the monkey lane bridge, which connects Matunga East to Matunga West.

                                     
  • King s Circle station are only the ones going to Bandra, Andheri and Goregaon from CSMT and vice versa. Maheshwari Udyan Mumbai Mumbai Suburban Railway
  • marg which consist of four adjacent roads begins at Sewri and ends at Maheshwari Udyan Matunga near King s Circle station. Fatima High School can be found
  • It also has operation outside city limits into neighboring Mumbai Bhiwandi, Navi Mumbai Kalyan Dombivali, Mira - Bhayandar and Vasai Virar. Thane Municipal