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Bamandongri is located in Maharashtra
Bamandongri is located in India
Location in Maharashtra, India
Coordinates: 18°58′16″N 73°01′27″E / 18.97111°N 73.02417°E / 18.97111; 73.02417Coordinates: 18°58′16″N 73°01′27″E / 18.97111°N 73.02417°E / 18.97111; 73.02417
Country  India
State Maharashtra
District Raigad
 • Official Marathi
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 410206
Nearest city Panvel

Bamandongari( Bāmaṇaḍōṅgarī) is a small village situated in Maharashtra, India.

There is Hanuman Temple in Bamandongari and also a primary school.

It is situated on the Eastern Side of Mumbai and is connected to Panvel Via State Transport Bus Service. Nearby Villages include Wahal, Morave, Jawle, Gavhan, Shelghar, Shivajinagar and Kopar.

Historically Bamandongari is a village of fishermen and farmers. The primary crop is paddy. The main caste and sub-caste of the villagers is Hindu / Agri.

Nearest Place worth visiting named "Langeshwar" is just 2 km away on north-west.The place is a famous religious spot having very old 'Lord Shiva temple' situated on the sea shore in the vicinity of village Morave. "Mahashivaratri"[ a festival of Lord Shiva ] is celebrated annually here by arranging a carnival and small fair by villagers of nearby villages.

Recent developments: The project of commercial and residential buildings of Ulwe node is in progress around the village and it is now surrounded by Sector 6,Sector 9, Sector 18 and Sector 19 of Ulwe node.[1]

Proposed developments: Bamandongri railway station on the railway line connecting CBD Belapur to JNPT (Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust) is proposed and in progress.[1]


  1. ^ a b The Economic Times (November 20, 2012). "Ulwe in Mumbai emerges as top destination for realty investment" (News). Retrieved September 26, 2013.