29 July, 2022
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Mahalaxmi railway station is a popular suburban railway station in the upscale South Mumbai area. It services the upscale neighbourhood of Mahalaxmi, which is home to not just posh residential spaces but some of the popular places to visit in South Mumbai
The history of the Mahalaxmi Railway station dates back to 1910 when a workshop for repairing wagons was set up at Mahalaxmi. A major renovation of this South Mumbai station in 1926 transformed its overall appearance, and later, it was reopened to the public on 3rd October 1926.
The Mahalaxmi railway station also hosted a ceremony to commemorate the renovations on the Western Suburban Line on 5th January 1928, which further improved the station’s infrastructure. In 1962, extensive work began on the modification of wooden carriages of the trains and then again in 1976 for the periodic overhaul or reassembly of the Electric Multiple Units (EMUs).
Mahalaxmi railway station is situated on the Western Line of the Mumbai Suburban Rail Network. It is one of the major South Mumbai stations in the Churchgate <-> Dahanu Road line. Travelling from Churchgate, it is the fifth station on the Western Line.
Here are some of the popular places to visit in South Mumbai that are located near Mahalaxmi station:
Located on the famous Bhulabhai Desai Road, Mahalaxmi Temple was built in 1785 and has the idols of three primary female Hindu deities - Goddess Mahalaxmi, Goddess Mahasaraswati and Goddess Mahakali. The temple receives thousands of devotees every day, especially during Navratri and Diwali.
Built in 1431, the Haji Ali Dargah is a popular mausoleum of revered saint Pir Haji Ali Shah Bukhari. The dargah is located on a small islet against the stunning backdrop of the Arabian Sea. Thousands of devotees visit the dargah, especially during the holy Ramzan month.
This temple is located near Mahalaxmi Temple and is famous for its beautiful marble work, stunning wall paintings, an affordable guesthouse for devotees and the scrumptious bhojnalaya that serves food to the devotees.
Spread over ~225 acres, the verdant Mahalaxmi racecourse is one of the most stunning and popular places to visit in South Mumbai, offering panoramic views of the Arabian Sea. You can enjoy a stroll through the green open space, away from the hustle of the city.
A common feature in Bollywood as well as Hollywood movies, Dhobi Ghat gives a glimpse into the old Mumbai’s charm. Located near Mahalaxmi railway station and one of the popular places to visit in South Mumbai, Dhobi Ghat has close to 7000 workers working tirelessly.
The strategic location of the Mahalaxmi station makes it accessible from all parts of Mumbai. One of the poshest neighbourhoods in South Mumbai, Mahalaxmi offers excellent social infrastructure and transportation facilities. Moreover, as it is an upscale suburb, leading developers offer luxury residential spaces in Mahalaxmi.
Piramal Realty offers Piramal Mahalaxmi, a luxury project with panoramic views of the stunning Arabian Sea and the verdant Mahalaxmi racecourse. Enjoy best-in-class amenities and well-designed homes that epitomise luxury, extravagance and comfort.
You can take a 3D e-tour of the property or book a visit today.
Mahalaxmi station is the fifth station (from Churchgate) on the western line of the Mumbai suburban railway and can be reached via local trains from across Mumbai. You can also reach this South Mumbai station via road through BEST buses or cabs or private vehicles.
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