Pali Village

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Pali Village sometimes also referred as (Pali Goathan) is a small urban village in the Bandra suburb of Mumbai, India (formerly Bombay). Established in 1700s, it has lend its name to localities like Pali Hill and Pali Naka, {[1]> Today, it is developing as a destination for heath spas and holistic healing centres, as well as chic restaurants[2][3]

Overview[edit]

It is a part of the suburb of Bandra and lies 650 meters from the coastline. The nearest coastline is the Carter Road edge of the Arabian Sea. Pali Village's Area Locality Management is known as PVRCF, or the Pali Village Residents Civic Forum, whose membership includes all residents of the Village. PVRCF's current Gen. Secretary is Asif Farooqui[4]

Pali Village was settled around 1700 by the British Colonial Rulers[citation needed]

It is close to Pali Hill and Linking Road, and its residents are mainly Catholics and Muslims.

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://landsofmaharashtra.com/gaothanandgaothanexpansionschemes.html
  2. ^ "Mumbai’s new haven of healing". DNA. Dec 22, 2005. 
  3. ^ "Lounge Reviews:Pali Village Cafe, Mumbai". Mint (newspaper), Lounge. May 15, 2010. 
  4. ^ "Pali Village residents clean up area". MiD DAY. 2004-12-17. 

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