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Kopri Colony
Country India
State Maharashtra
District Thane
 • Body Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC)
 • Official Marathi
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 400603
Vehicle registration MH-04
Nearest city Mulund and Kalwa
Civic agency TMC

Kopri, primarily a residential Colony, is situated on the east side of Thane Railway station, Maharashtra, India. The residences of IAS and senior officers as well as the High court and civil court Judges of Thane city and Thane district live in this area [Barah (12) Bunglows]. There is a Koliwada & Kopri Gaon or fisherman colony of original inhabitants who lived there and on the coast line. Marathi is the dominant language in the area. Hindi and Sindhi are widely spoken.

After the Partition of India, around 1000 Sindhi refugees were provided housing in 25 buildings, called blocks. Over time, other residential societies and complexes were constructed in the area. Majority of the people in Kopri are Maharashtrians and Sindhis. Kopri was awarded the cleanest area in Thane City. Kopri also has its first railway station (Old Thane Station) and New Thane Station. Most of the people are unaware of the Old Thane Station which was used by the Britishers which is still there but its condition is worse and it is not taken care.

Kopri is favored by majority of its residents due to its proximity to Thane Railway Station and Eastern Express Highway.


  • List of educational institutes 1
  • List of entertaintment centres 2
  • List of worship places 3
  • List of residential societies 4

List of educational institutes

Rajendra Pal Mangla Hindi High School
Sri Ma Bal Niketan High School and Junior College with Technical School
K.C. College of Engineering
Bharat English High School and Junior College
BIMS Paradise English High School
Jijamata Bal Mandir
M.K. Nakhawa High School
Nanik English High School
Peoples Education's Society's High School & Junior College
Rajendra Pal Mangla Hindi High School
Shishuvikas Mandir.

List of entertaintment centres

Anand Cinema
Kopri Garden, 12 Bungalow.

As mentioned Sindhis are the second large population, Sindhi Cuisine is very popular. Sindh fast food and chaat is widely eaten.

List of worship places

Chikhla devi (Gaondevi) mandir
Vitthal Rukhmini mandir - kopri gaon
Shiv Mandir
Siddhivinayak mandir
Hanuman Mandir - Parshiwadi
Small Shiv Mandir near Kanaya Nagar
Prem Ashram. Shivmandir and Devi Mata Mandir near Shiv Society.
Residence of Divine Mother Sri Tara Mataji. Near Kanaya Nagar Smashan Bhoomi
Sai Mandir kopri checknaka
Waghjai Devi Mandir, Anand Nagar

List of residential societies

Prestige Valley Building Number 1 to 25(Block 1 to 25)
Nav Maharashtra co operative housing society
Anjana Coop Housing Society
Sai Anand CHS Ltd
Devendu Co-Op Housing Society
Sai Tirth Tower
Amar PushpKunj
Patil Wadi
Damodar Niwas
Dhruv Society
Daulat Nagar
Deep Kiran
Gautam Arcade
Gautam Centre
Ganga Bhaskar CHS
Dogra House
Ghanshyam Nagar
Guru Nanak
Hari Om Nagar
Jeevan Dharma
Jai Natraj Soc
Kanaya Nagar
Santoshi Mata Soc.
Shiv Society
Sunil Raj Society
Siddharth Tower Coop Housing Society Ltd.
Tarapunj Apartment
Maiterya Park
Kamakshi Apartments
Kanchan Ganga
Kishore Nagar
Kishan Leela
Lal Mahal
Maya Nagar
Mirani Nagar
Sagar Society
Nirmal Jeevan
Patrakar (Skyline Building)
Prem Nagar
Parsi Wadi
Ramleela Society
Raj-Dev Apartments
Ravi Anand Heights
Satguru Gardens
Satguru Society
Bharat Mahal
Sunder Niwas
Santmira Co-op. Hsg. Society.
Santoshi Mata
Amar Pushpakunj
Nathu Paranjpe Colony
Narayan Niwas
Shree Siddhi
Veeral Nagar
Shree Ganesh Krupa
Mukesh Nagar
1Yogeshwar Co-oprative housing society
Sainath Kripa Co-operative Housing Society Ltd
Gokuldham CHSL

Namrata co -op hsg soc chendani koliwada

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