Dadar is the first & the foremost planned suburb of Mumbai. It is a residential and shopping district in Mumbai’s central area and a prominent transit hub with local and nationwide connectivity.
Living in Dadar
Dadar is so popular that the market is near saturation point in terms of residential property. There are very few projects coming-up. Owing to a lack of plots, There is no scope for further residential developments, so there is a prominent level of redevelopment within Dadar and surrounding areas.
Work-place location is the most important factor for Mumbaikar’s. With that perspective, Dadar scores a perfect 10 on 10 in terms of its legendary accessibility. Dadar station has the distinction of being the only one station in the city that is common to both the railways. Neighbouring Wadala is also a suitable residential location .
Things to do in Dadar
The Famous Siddhivinayak Temple
Siddhivinayak Temple(near Prabhadevi, SK Bhole Road) draws approximately 25,000 people on a daily basis. Dedicated to Lord Ganesha, this temple is also said to be Mumbai’s richest temple. Siddhivinayak’s Ganesh idol is different than any other in the country. All Ganesh idols have its trunk placed on the left side while here it is on the right. The temple is also frequently visited by celebrities and prominent politicians.
Shivaji Park in Dadar used to be freedom fighters strategizing kin to plan India’s independence. Today it serves as a playground to millions of kids, the same playing ground where world-renown cricketer Sachin Tendulkar has practiced his fours and sixes.
Our Lady of Salvation Church
Popularly called Portuguese Church, this church was built by the Portuguese. It was rebuilt twice, and the present-day building was built by the famous architect Charles Correa. He wanted to create a space that would enable devotees at the church to meditate and reflect in peace. The church is made in such a manner that it can accommodate more than a thousand people.
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