ⓘ Ghodapdeo

                                     

ⓘ 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 industrial units and individual factories are scattered all over the neighborhood.

A small temple of God by the name Ghodapdeo built in this location and thus the name is Ghodapdeo the road. Historically, this area was for cloth-mill, but after the liberalization of the 1990s, all the plants were closed and worked until 2011, only 1 mill. Since 2006 full round of redevelopment began in Ghodapdeo and now there are a handful of iconic chawls. Although the majority of the population in Ghodapdeo is maharashtrian, Rajasthani and Gujarati population is also significant.

                                     
  • Railway. The track passes under a road connecting both sides of the station platform. The railway station caters to Kalachowki, Ferbandar, and Ghodapdeo
  • The railway station caters to the area called Kalachowki, Ferbandar and Ghodapdeo Kalachowki is a big residential area consisting of a colony called Abhyudaya