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6 interesting facts about Bhayandar that you may not have known! #2 will surprise you

Let's have a look at some more fascinating facts about Bhayandar.

Let’s have a look at some more fascinating facts about Bhayandar.

Bhayandar Bridge

1. Bhayandar was connected by Railway in 1897. The old railway platform located near the creek in Bhayandar West has a plaque that indicates that the railway platform was built in 1897.


Bhayandar Bridge

2. There is a popular bay which is commonly known as “Bhayandar ki Khadi” which means bay of Bhayander. On this bay, we have a British-made Bridge which connects the Railway line between Bhayander and Vasai. Later around the 1940s there built another station ‘Naigaon’ between Vasai and Bhayander.


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3. Bhayandar is divided into two parts by the rail line in the middle of the 19th Century: East and West. The West was traditionally residential, and the East was predominantly an industrial area. Another distinct distribution between East and West Bhayandar is the food.


MaxusMall-Bhayandar

4. Recent population growth and a flurry of construction have blurred the boundaries between Bhayandar and neighboring Mira Road on the east side of the rail tracks, turning it into a populous suburb.


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5. Old villages in Bhayander are Murdha, Rai,Morva, Dongri, Uttan, Pali Chowk, Tarodi, etc. They were formed by Portuguese travelers when Vasai (formerly Bassein) was a famous port.


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6. One route for “Essel World” is via Gorai, one of the villages close to Bhayandar. Gorai is popular for its beach and nearby Manori beach and is a popular weekend getaway for Bhayandar residents. It also is a great place for meditators who visit the Pagoda.

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