Bhuleshwar

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For temple in Pune, see Bhuleshwar temple.
Bhuleshwar
Neighbourhood
Bhuleshwar is located in Mumbai
Bhuleshwar
Bhuleshwar
Location in Mumbai, India
Coordinates: 18°57′N 72°50′E / 18.95°N 72.83°E / 18.95; 72.83Coordinates: 18°57′N 72°50′E / 18.95°N 72.83°E / 18.95; 72.83
Country  India
State Maharashtra
Metro Mumbai
Languages
 • Official Marathi
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)

Bhuleshwar is a neighbourhood in Mumbai. (Old spelling Bholeśvar[1]) situated in South Mumbai north of the Fort area.[2] It is known for being house to over 100 temples [3] including Mumba Devi Temple of Mumbai, the patron goddess of the city of Mumbai, and Swaminarayan Mandir. The area is also known for the Bhuleshwar Market for fruit and vegetable and is surrounded a number of old markets, like the Crawford Market for fruits and vegetables, Mangaldas Market for silk and cloth, Zaveri Bazaar, the famous jewellery an diamond market, and Chor Bazaar, a noted market for antiques and furniture.[2]

Its near by areas are Kalbadevi, Girgaum, Princess Street and Mandvi.

The former residence of Dhirubhai Ambani and family is also in Bhuleshwar, where they lived till the 1960s.[4]

The guide and historical study book, Alice in Bhuleshwar about the locality was published in 2009.[5]

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  1. ^ D'Cunha, Jose Gerson (1900). "IV The Portuguese Period". The Origins of Bombay (3 ed.). Bombay: Asian Educational Services. p. 265. ISBN 81-206-0815-1. Retrieved 2009-01-04. 
  2. ^ a b "Bhuleshwar Market". Lonely Planet. Retrieved May 16, 2013. 
  3. ^ "Visit Bhuleshwar's chambers of temple music". Mid Day. May 6, 2010. Retrieved March 8, 2011. 
  4. ^ Giridharadas, Anand (2008-06-15). "Indian to the Core, and an Oligarch". The New York Times. 
  5. ^ "Burrowing through Bhuleshwar". The Times of India. Sep 9, 2009. Retrieved May 15, 2013. 
  • Alice in Bhuleshwar: Navigating a Mumbai Neighbourhood, by Kaiwan Mehta. Yoda Press, 2009. ISBN 8190618636.

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