Dadar became a heart of Mumbai

Dadar is a place which is located in Mumbai metropolis, and it has also a railway station on both the lines such as Western line (Dadar) and Central lines (Dadar T.T.) of the Mumbai Suburban Railway network. Dadar is also a situated in the heart of Mumbai, and Dadar railway station is serves as common to both the Central as well as Western lines. It makes the station a transition point for lacks of passengers being use the Mumbai Suburban Railway and most crowded railway stations on the Mumbai network.



Dadar has been long a cultural site, it not only for people of Maharashtra and the Marathi population, but also for the entire Indian migrant. Dadar is distributed into two parts likes Dadar East and West by the railway line. Dadar East is popularly known as Dadar Central or Dadar T.T. because the former Dadar Tram Terminus is located here.

Dadar West is also known as to Dadar B.B. because it lies with the western line, it was once section of the Bombay & Baroda & Central India (BB&CI) Railway. The market of Dadar West is one of the famous shopping destinations for residence of central Mumbai and distant satellite towns. Vegetable market in Dadar was the heart of the Mumbai city and it was been taken all responsibilities for distributing vegetables all over the Mumbai. Dadar West is also popular for its underworld.


Shivaji Park:

Shivaji Park is the biggest park in Mumbai and located in Dadar. The political and social meetings are held at this Shivaji Park, there has also the August Kranti Maidan (formerly Gowalia Tank Grounds) and Azad Maidan, it is of historical and cultural value of Mumbai.



Shivaji Park has a huge playground and that has been home best cricket players in the World, including Master blaster Sachin Tendulkar and little master Sunil Gavaskar. The residential area of Shivaji Park is mainly an upper middle class residential zone.


Chaitya Bhoomi: 

Chaitya Bhoomi is a famous reverred place of pilgrimage for the Buddhists in India. Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar, who was the architect of Indian Constitution and he was funeral here after his death dated on 6th December 1956 in according with Buddhist traditions. Finally, this place was later converted into Chaitya Bhoomi which is now a National Monument.


A memorial monument Chaitya Bhoomi was inaugurated by Mrs. Meerabai Ambedkar, who is the daughter-in-law of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar, on 5th December 1971. A large number of people visit to Chaitya Bhoomi from across the country every year on 6th December to offer respects and pay homage to Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar.


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One thought on “Dadar became a heart of Mumbai

  1. The second photograph under shivaji park is the funeral procession of Mr Bal Thackeray, a very important figure in Maharashtra politics. You were pretty lucky to see his funeral

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