Mumbai Suburban District Administration

This resource is an article about the Administration about the Mumbai Suburban District.

Mumbai Suburban district was a part of the Greater Mumbai Part of Mumbai District which became a second smallest district of Maharashtra.

Mumbai Suburban District is the second smallest district which comes under the Konkan Administrative Division of Maharashtra Government and it was declared to be a independent district from Greater Mumbai on 1st of October 1990 which happened as a end result of bifurcation of the District of Greater Mumbai under the issue of revenue management, thus forming Mumbai City and Mumbai Suburban.

Mumbai Suburban District Administration Jurisdiction Areas

Mumbai Suburban District Administration spans from Bandra to Dahisar on the West and from Kurla - Chunabhatti to Trombay Creek or better called as Mumbai Khaadi. Bandra East is the suburb where the Headquarters for Mumbai Suburban district Administration is located.

Geographical details of Mumbai Suburban District
The population of Mumbai Suburban District is the largest of all which a District can have in the whole Country. The population of Mumbai Suburban District currently is 85.87 Lakhs. The Geographical area of Mumbai Suburban District is 369 Square Kilometers.

Parliamentary Constituencies of Mumbai Suburban District:
Mumbai Suburban District has 3 parliamentary constituencies and 18 assembly segments.

Talukas / Tahsils of Mumbai Suburban District
Mumbai Suburban District has three (3) talukas / Tahsils - Andheri, Borivali and Kurla.

Best Places to visit in Mumbai Suburban District

Some of the Best Places to visit in Mumbai Suburban District are Jogeshwari caves, Essel World and Water Kingdom, Fantasy Land, Aarey Colony, Film City, Mount Mary Church, Rivers like Dahisar River, Mithi River, Tulsi Lake, Oshiwara River, Vihar Lake, Powai Lake, Santacruz and Sahar Airport, Kanheri Caves.

Mumbai Suburban District Mithi River
The Nithi River was once a water supply for Mumbai Suburban District and to some extent still provides Water for some areas where the water remains relatively clean. The Mithi river of Mumbai Suburban District originates from the Vihar Lake area and flows towards the South of Mumbai, through the Bandra Kurla Complex and finally ends up into the Arabian Sea at Mahim Bay. The total length of the Mithi River is 13.5 Kilometers with a Catchment area of 7295 HA which covers many parts of the Eastern suburbs of Mumbai Suburban District and also the western parts of the suburbs of the Mumbai Suburban District.

Of the 13.5 Kilometers aerial length of Mithi River, 3.5 Kilometer Stretch runs through the Bandra Kurla Complex of the Mumbai Suburban District which was planned and developed by the Mumbai Suburban District MMRDA

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