Sahar Village, Mumbai
|• Body||Gram panchayat|
|• corporator||Sushama Kamlesh Rai|
|• Official||East Indian Marathi|
|Time zone||UTC+5:30 (IST)|
Sahar Village lies in the Vile Parle East suburb of Mumbai. It is among the oldest settlements of East Indians on Salsette Island. The village had a station on the Salsette-Trombay Railway that was dismantled after the rail line closed in 1934.
The opening of the Sahar International Terminal of the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport in the 1980s led to subsequent urban development in the area. This includes the opening of the first hotel of The Leela Group in 1988. Its nearby areas are Vile Parle, Marol, JB Nagar, Chakala and Saki Naka.
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- Sahar Pirates (Tony Compound)
- Sahar Silvers Stars or S.S.S.(k)
- Jolly Boys
- Sutar Pakhadi or Sutarwar
- Tank Pakhadi
- Church pakhadi Rd no.1 (S. K M.)
- N.B.V BOYS (S.K.M)
- Shanti Nagar
- Goni Nagar
- Jay Durga Nagar
- Bhandarwada or Fatima Zone
- Holy Cross
- Maulana Chawl
- Om Sai Kripa Mandal (Rd No 2)
- Mehboob Nagar
- Church Pakadi Rd No .2 - jolly boys
- Anand nagar - (Rd No 2)
- B N BOYS - (Rd No 2)
- "Railway Gauges in India". IRFCA.org. Retrieved 7 October 2014.
- "The Republic of Andheri: It's a concrete jungle out there". Time Out, Mumbai. Retrieved 12 February 2011.
- "Krishnan's Leelas". Business Line. 13 March 2009.