Mumbai Mantralaya - Administrative Headquarters of Maharashtra
The Mumbai Mantralaya us the Administrative Headquarters of Maharashtra and is in presence since 1955.
The Maharashtra Mantralaya - Mumbai Headquarters
The Administrative building of Mumbai Mantralaya is located in South mumbai and was built in 1955.
Mantralaya was earlier known as Sachivalaya where Sachiv means Secretary and Alaya means House and when taken together, it means the Secretariat.
In the Mumbai Secretariat, the Ministers also sit in the same building and since the fact was emphasized that the Ministers are the ultimate bosses of the Indian Politics and Government Administration, the name Sachivalaya was changed to Mantralaya in the early 1980s where, Mantri means the Minister in local Marathi language.
The Mantralaya Building
The Mumbai Mantralaya is a Six floor building where all the Administrative Ministers and Officers of all major departments of the Government sit and carry out the daily work.
The Chief Minister, the topmost bureaucrat and the Deputy Chief Minister sit on the fifth floor. In the later years an additional building named annex was build.
Further, to accommodate the newer departments of the ministry a new 13 floor building was build in front of the Mantralaya building.
The Mantralaya comes under City Government categories under Google maps and is located at Madame Cama Road, Churchgate, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India -
The official website for the Matralaya of Maharashtra is http://www.maharashtra.gov.in
How to Reach Mumbai Mantralaya
The nearest Railway station to Mantralaya is the Churchgate Railway Station which is 800 meters away from Mantralaya Mumbai.
Buses by Bombay Electric Supply and Transport B.E.S.T also ply from all parts of Mumbai to the Mantralaya.