Lady Jamshetjee Road, Mumbai

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Lady Jamshedjee Road, better known as "L.J. Road", is a major road that runs through Mahim in Mumbai . It is named in honour of Lady Jamshetjee Jeejeebhoy, a philanthropic Parsi lady who funded the construction of Mahim causeway.[1]

L.J. Road is a busy thoroughfare much used by road conveyances commuting between South Mumbai and West Mumbai. It is essentially an extension of Swami Vivekanand Road and the Mahim Causeway.

Landmarks[edit]

Several prominent landmarks of the area, are located on the road. These include:

  • St. Michael's church, Mahim
  • The Mahim Dargah
  • The Sitala Devi temple
  • Citylight movie theatre
  • Sena Bhavan, headquarters of the Shiv Sena
  • Janta Tea House (famous Teas stall established in 1969)

Additionally, the road provides access to Hinduja Hospital, Bombay Scottish School and Plaza theatre, all of which lie just off the road.

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