ⓘ Powai

                                     

ⓘ Powai

Powai is an upscale residential neighbourhood located in central Mumbai. It is situated on the banks of Powai Lake, and is bound by the hills of Vikhroli Parksite to the south-east, Chandivali to the south-west, the L.B.S. Marg to the north-east and the Sanjay Gandhi National Park to the north beyond the lake. The Jogeshwari-Vikhroli Link Road, one of the citys busiest thoroughfares linking the western and eastern suburbs, passes through Powai. The place also hosts thousands of devotees every year during the Ganesh Chaturthi festival for the visarjan processions.

Indian Institute of technology, Bombay, established in 1958 and currently the second oldest campus of the Indian institutes of technology and national Institute of industrial engineering established in 1963 located here, as is a campus of the Bombay Scottish school in Mumbai. The complex is also home to residential complexes of tax authorities, customs and NTPC, as well as ex-servicemen. Powai houses, schools and colleges, some of which are schools m Shetty College, Gopal Sharma school, and Chandrabhan Sharma College. Chandivali has Sinhgad College of management. Some of the temples Mumbai Chinmaya mission Jagadeshwara Shiva temple, Vishnu temple, Sri Ayyappa in Hiranandani, Vageshwari Devi Mata temple in Chandivali. Powai is also the birthday of the community Havan.

Powai is also Mumbais startups, young entrepreneurs, ranging from incubation of cells established institutions like IIT Bombay from the tech industry and other sectors setting their base there, the area will be called Indias valley of Powai. Some of the startups in the valley include JustRide Powai, housing, TinyOwl, Toppr, HolaChef, Bewakoof, logic roots, Care24, Flyrobe, Nearfox, Belita, CredR, Mircea and pantomime, and crisp games. As a result of mixing of various communities living together in the suburbs was one of the most cosmopolitan and modernized cultures. The place has a vibrant night life, and shoots for several bollywood as well as Hollywood films such as the profile of kalyug, Ghajini, Slumdog Millionaire, Mardaani, and Haseena Maan Jaayegi and took place there. The Hiranandani gardens are also known for their neo-classical architectural style, and the area has some of the tallest residential buildings in the suburbs of Mumbai.

                                     
  • Powai Lake is an artificial lake, situated in Mumbai, in the Powai valley, where a Powai village with a cluster of huts existed. The city suburb called
  • Hiranandani Foundation School is situated in Powai Mumbai. The school pursues the IB, IGSCE board as well as ICSE and ISC. It is an English medium school
  • consisting of condominiums, penthouses, bungalows and commercial complexes in Powai in the city of Mumbai. Hiranandani was constructed by the Hiranandani Group
  • KV Kendriya Vidyalaya IIT Powai is an Indian Institute of Technology IIT secondary school affiliated to CBSE board in Mumbai, India. It was established
  • Bombay Scottish School, Powai is a private, co - educational school located in Mumbai, India. It is an affiliate of the Bombay Scottish School, Mahim. The
  • Holy Trinity Church or the Most Holy Trinity is a Roman Catholic church in Powai a suburb of Mumbai.It was built during the Portuguese era by the Jesuits
  • is the main access point for IIT Bombay, KV Powai L T, Hiranandani Gardens, and other locations in Powai The station was built in 1968 and named after
  • is the main access point for IIT Bombay, KV POWAI NITIE, Hiranandani Gardens, and other locations in Powai The station was opened on 26 January 1968
  • Situated in one of the most Luxurious area of Mumbai Powai Hiranandani Foundation School Powai provides education for residents of the housing complex
  • of the three lakes located in the Salsette Island the other two being Powai Lake and Vihar Lake. Both Tulsi lake and Vihar lake are located within the