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Lady Jamshetjee Road, Mumbai

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Lady Jamshetjee Road, Mumbai

Lady Jamshedjee Road, better known as "L.J. Road", is a major road that runs through Mahim in Mumbai . It is named in honour of Lady Jamshetjee Jeejeebhoy, a philanthropic Parsi lady who funded the construction of Mahim causeway.[1]

L.J. Road is a busy thoroughfare much used by road conveyances commuting between the city of Mumbai and its north-western suburbs. It is essentially an extension of Swami Vivekanand Road and the Mahim Causeway.


Several prominent landmarks of the area, are located on the road. These include:

Additionally, the road provides access to Hinduja Hospital, Bombay Scottish School and Plaza theatre, all of which lie just off the road.


  1. ^ "Avabai, Lady Jamsetjee".  

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