Nerul

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Nerul
Node of Navi Mumbai
Buildings in Nerul, Navi Mumbai as seen from the Palm Beach Road
Buildings in Nerul, Navi Mumbai as seen from the Palm Beach Road
Nerul is located in Mumbai
Nerul
Coordinates: 19°01′59″N 73°01′12″E / 19.033°N 73.020°E / 19.033; 73.020Coordinates: 19°01′59″N 73°01′12″E / 19.033°N 73.020°E / 19.033; 73.020
Country India
StateMaharashtra
MetroMumbai
Founded byCIDCO
Government
 • BodyNavi Mumbai Municipal Corporation
Languages
 • OfficialMarathi
Postal Code
400706
Vidhan Sabha constituencyNavi Mumbai
AirportBOM CSIA, Mumbai, Navi Mumbai International Airport (Proposed)
Websitehttps://www.nmmc.gov.in/

Nerul (Pronunciation: [neɾuːɭ]) is an upmarket residential and commercial node in Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra, India.[citation needed][1] Nerul is located in the Harbour Line, Trans-Harbour Lines and Nerul-Uran Line of Mumbai local train network where Kharghar and Vashi are the nearby stations. Nerul node is also famous for its parallel-running Palm-Beach Marg. Nerul is quite famous for its gardens like the Rock Garden[2] and state of the art building structures.

Geography[edit]

Nerul water pond

Nerul's water pond at sector-18 opposite to sector-20 on Jai Bhavani road,[3] is surrounded by residential complexes and a play park for children. The pond is decorated by surrounding coconut trees. During festivals like Ganesh Chaturthi and Navaratri, idols of Lord Ganesha and Goddess Durga are immersed here in this pond. This pond is thirteen feet deep and has a parallelogram shape.

Another pond is there in sector-23 which is known as Darave Talav.

If you want to hang out in Nerul there are many places to look for such as DY Patil Stadium, Parsik Hills, Jewels of Navi Mumbai, Sector 18 cha Naka, Rock Garden, Balaji Hills, Flamingo Point, Nerul Jetty, Someshwar Mandir, Shiv Mandir, Shani Mandir, Sector 28.

Educational institutions[edit]

ICSE affiliated school[edit]

1) Ryan International School Nerul

2) Presentation Convent School

CBSE affiliated schools

Maharashtra Board affiliated schools and junior colleges[edit]

Engineering colleges[edit]

General degree colleges[edit]

Medical college[edit]

Law College[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "List of stations of Harbour line". Bhaaratham.com.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  2. ^ Prashant, Meena (18 April 2017). "Rock Garden neglected by NMMC, say Nerul residents". The Hindu.
  3. ^ Jeddy, G. Mohiuddin (17 August 2010). "2 kids drown in Nerul pond". Hindustan Times. Archived from the original on 25 January 2013. Retrieved 26 January 2012.

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