Prabhadevi

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Last farmland within Mumbai city in Prabhadevi

Prabhadevi is a small up-scale southern neighbourhood of Mumbai, situated between the Shivaji Park Residential Zone to the north and Worli to the south and the Arabian Sea to the west. It is a thriving residential district with high-rise buildings built in recent years such as Beaumonde,[1] Sumer Trinity Towers, and Inder Tower and sneha sagar. A major landmark is the Siddhivinayak Temple dedicated to Lord Ganesha, which attracts hundreds of devotees everyday, Tuesday being the main day.of prayer.Prabhadevi BMC School is also located here, and the Kandewadi children's Crematorium is near the seafront.Prabhanagar is a cosy warm group of residences one of the early settlements in Prabhadevi.

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Coordinates: 19°01′01″N 72°49′43″E / 19.016905°N 72.828649°E / 19.016905; 72.828649