Talao Pali

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Talao Pali
Talao Pali, Thane.jpg
Location Thane, Maharashtra
Coordinates 19°11′35″N 72°58′30″E / 19.193°N 72.975°E / 19.193; 72.975Coordinates: 19°11′35″N 72°58′30″E / 19.193°N 72.975°E / 19.193; 72.975
Basin countries India

Talao Pali (Masunda Lake, Marathi : मासुंदा तलाव) is a lake located in Thane in the Indian state of Maharashtra. Masunda Talao or the Talao Pali is one of the main attractions of Thane. Masunda Talao is a lake and it is considered among the most beautiful lakes of Maharashtra.The lake is surrounded by roads on all sides including Shivaji path(including STATIS flyover), Uthalsar road and Talao pali road. The lake is located about 600 m west of Thane creek and a kilometer north of Thane railway station. This is one of the recreational areas for people who live in Thane which offers boating and water scooter facilities.[1]

Masunda Talao also has a temple of Kopineshwar temple, which is situated on its banks, dedicated to Lord Shiva, is the oldest temple in Thane which was renovated in 1750 AD by Chimajji Appa. [2]

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