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Juinagar

Juinagar is an area in Navi Mumbai. It is also the name of a railway station on the Harbour Line of the Mumbai Suburban Railway. The main hotels in Juinagar is Vina Restaurant for both vegetarian and non vegetarian cuisine, as well as the Sadguru hotel for vegetarian cuisine. Railway colony is the biggest colony in Juinagar though much of the residential blocks belong to the CIDCO and a few other private housing societies. The main market is near Sadguru Hotel and Suyog Arcade- which is the most prominent complex in the area. On the whole, Juinagar is a small but self-sufficient township having excellent connectivity to Vashi and Nerul. Off late, the sprawling up of a multi facility hospital named Mangal Prabhu and a new petrol pump at the main market has made the made it very convenient for the dwellers.

Transport

BEST and NMMT buses serve as a means of transport. Buses starting from or passing through Juinagar allow passengers direct passage to destinations across Mumbai. Auto Rishaw are also get very easily to go any other area. Juinagar is connected by rail on the harbour line, part of the Mumbai suburban railway. Travelling to destinations across Mumbai by rail often involves taking a train to the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST).

Landmarks

There is a market selling vegetables, fruit, fish and other daily necessities.

Chincholi Talao is famous during Ganeshotsav and other festivals as a place for the immersion of idols. There is a popular walking track around the pond. Juinagarcha Raja Juinagarcha raja Jai bhavani mitra mandal Sec-23, Juinagar. It is the oldest and largest association

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