Thane City is situated on Salsette Island sharing this with Mumbai. Thane is a vibrant and plush city surrounded by hills and rivers and encompassing numerous lakes.

Sunday, November 30, 2014

Aerial View of Ghodbunder Road

 Kajupada and Kajupada Hill View
 Chena Creek Bridge and Vasai Creek Bridge
Mira Bhayandar View from National Park

Friday, November 14, 2014

Friday, August 15, 2014

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

RG Gadkari Rangayatan, Thane West

Ram Ganesh Gadkari (Marathi: राम गणेश गडकरी) (May 24, 1885 - January 23, 1919) was a Marathi poet, playwright, and humorist from Maharashtra, India.
This theater is after him.

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Masunda Lake, Talaopali, Thane West

Masunda Lake, also known as Talaopali is a big and deep lake of Thane City. It is situated close to railway station of Thane and is a point of recreation and Ganesh Immersion. Perimeter of lake is around 1.4 kms and total area of Masunda lake is about 7.2 hectares appx. Boating is main attraction here. At center of Lake is Mahadev Dhyan Mandir. Earlier it was open for public but nowadays it is closed. But occasionally it is opened.

Like its sister lakes, this lake is also subjected to pollution and throwing of garbage. This lake is also suffering from Eutrophication due to pollution.
There are horse carts and many eateries around this lake. 
Previously this lake was extending upto the Shiv Mandir on the East. In 1950s a new road was constructed by reducing the area of the lake to almost half its original size, to take care of traffic load. Several gardens, a vegetable market & a small ground - Shivaji Maidan were created in between the Temple & Lake.
 Masunda Lake Boating

 Mahadev Dhyan Mandir at right middle of the Masunda lake. When this lake was drained out years ago, presence of this ancient temple was revealed by existence of stone blocks supports of wooden pillars.


Thursday, April 24, 2014

Shree Ayyappa Temple, Shreenagar, Thane West

Shree Ayyappa Mandir is located in Shreenagar, Wagle Estate, Thane West. It has constructed a huge Shivling as you can see in the picture. Thre are steps to reach the temple.
Timings: 5:30AM to 10:30AM and 5:00PM to 9:00PM
 Steps to Ayyappa Temple
 Inside Ayyappa Temple
From side of Ayyappa Temple there are steps further more which will take you to Swayambhu Amarnath Mandir as shown in photo below.
As it is aside national park, people throw garbage anywhere. Wine bottles, polyethene, cans, leftovers, etc are spread across. Please don't spoil the atmosphere and greenery.
Please keep the nature clean

Monday, April 14, 2014

New Aerial View of Thane City

Thane City as seen from Mama Bhanja Hills
Thane Creek and Thane City
Parsik Hill, Malangad and Tavli Peaks - Thane City
Thane City Aerial with Kamandurg Peak 


For More Aerial views of Thane City: Part 1 - Part 2 - Part 3

Sunday, March 16, 2014

Ulhas River, Gaimukh Creek, Thane West

This is Ulhas River mouth. The river originates in Hills of Karjat and flows all the way and drains in Thane Creek. Above photo is of Ulhas River in Gaimukh Gaon. Massive Sand mining and land grabbing is done on its banks. All city sewage is dumped in to this river right from its source till drain. This river is famous for migratory birds but due to heavy pollution its declining. People throw their holy garbage into it without thinking that it damages the ecosystem. This is a beautiful river but its dying. Its said that there will be a water sport developed at this Gaimukh Creek stretch. Love your City, Clean your City.
Pan photo of Thane Creek, Ulhas River
 Monsoon clouds over Gaimukh Creek Thane West

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