ⓘ Gowalia Tank

                                     

ⓘ 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 mantra, a short one, that I give you. You may imprint it on your hearts and let every breath of yours give expression to it. The mantra is: "Do or Die". We shall either free India or die in the attempt, we shall not live to see the perpetuation of our slavery". The call mobilised the citizens to a huge Civil Disobedience movement as the British refused to grant independence till the World War II was over.

In Gowalia tank was initially used to bathe cows. Go - walia comes from the Marathi / Hindi word gay cow shaft to the cattle owner. Livestock owners was to bring the cows to swim in the waters of the reservoir. The independence that exists there now was built over the tank, which still exists underground. Gowalia tank was also a very noticeable final stop of the tram. Trams would start and finish there and you can go to Prince of Wales Museum in one Anna six Pice.

The Maidan is now a popular site. Cricket-game, although the rainy season primarily for football and volleyball. The land was divided into 5 smaller bases. The largest one is ground, one ground for children, garden for walks, frequented by senior citizens and one ground is used in communication within the school. The last area of the Park is a Smarak or Martyr monument which is a white marble tower that cradles a pink Lotus on it.

The Central road passes through the territory of the Maidan and the road connects the August kranti road with Hughes. The ground connects Tejpal road and Laburnum road, Alexandra road, August kranti.

The nearest suburban railway station on the Western railway line of grant road. August kranti Rajdhani Express which connects Mumbai to new Delhi, was named in honor of the Maidan.

                                     
  • tanks so that the citizens of the city would get a fresh source of drinking water. The tanks were: Cowasji Rustamji Patel Tank CP Tank Gowalia Tank
  • Grant Road with Lamington Road. Famous places accessible to the West are Gowalia Tank also known as August Kranti Maidan Mani Bhavan at Gamdevi, Bhartiya
  • 810854 E 18.961722 72.810854 Fellowship School is a school located at Gowalia Tank August Kranti Marg in South Mumbai, India. Established in 1927, the
  • access points towards the residential areas of Gamdevi and Walkeshwar, Gowalia Tank Grant Road had a number of theatres until 2004, namely the Novelty Cinema
  • India. It is named after the August Kranti Maidan formerly known as the Gowalia Tank Maidan from where the Quit India Movement was launched in August 1942
  • up by S.S.J.E. at Dockyard 1885 Indian National Congress formed at Gowalia Tank Maidan. 1887 Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute VJTI established
  • she is widely remembered for hoisting the Indian National flag at the Gowalia Tank maidan, Bombay during a Quit India Movement in 1942. Post - independence
  • at the commencement of the Quit India rebellion on 7 August 1942 at Gowalia Tank in Mumbai then Bombay The flag satyagraha of Nagpur and Jabalpur occurred
  • island city. Like the Azad Maidan and August Kranti Maidan formerly Gowalia Tank Grounds it is of historical and cultural value because of the political