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Vithalwadi

Vithalwadi
town
Vithalwadi is located in Maharashtra
Vithalwadi
Vithalwadi
Coordinates:
Country India
State Maharashtra
District Thane
Languages
 • Official Marathi
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
Nearest city Kalyan, India

Vithalwadi is a town in Thane district. It is a railway station on the Central line of the Mumbai Suburban Railway network.

Vithal wadi the name given by the people or farmer living there decades ago as there was wadi (farm land) and a temple of Vithal (God). People there are now more literate as compared to years ago.

The area is like Hanuman Mandir Chawl (2 minutes from Vithalwadi station) which was settled in the mid-1970s by the people residing there at present. The temple of Hanumanji is a nice place for idols.

Development of Vithalwadi is going very rapidly. Recently lots of area in Vithalwadi is divided in Wards for fast development and for Municipal Corporation Elections. There are many Projects for building towers some are completed and some are in process. One 13 floor tower is built in east of Vithalwadi which is highest building in Vithalwadi. Flats are for sale on rate of Rs.4000-5000 per square feet. There is a sai baba mandir which is also famous here.

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