Tilak Nagar (Mumbai)

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Tilak Nagar
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Tilak Nagar
Location in Mumbai, India
Coordinates: 19°03′57″N72°53′24″E / 19.0658°N 72.8899°E / 19.0658; 72.8899 Coordinates: 19°03′57″N72°53′24″E / 19.0658°N 72.8899°E / 19.0658; 72.8899
State Maharashtra
District Mumbai Suburban
City Mumbai
  Type Municipal Corporation
  Body Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (MCGM)
  Official Marathi
Time zone UTC+5:30 (IST)
Area code 022
Vehicle registration MH 03

Tilak Nagar is a residential colony in Chembur of Mumbai. There is also a railway station on the Harbour Line of the Mumbai suburban railway by this name. Named after freedom fighter Bal Gangadhar Tilak, this is a suburban area in Chembur West,Mumbai, India.


Educational institutions

Cinema Hall

Notable people lived or living in Tilak Nagar

Ganpati celebrations

Because Tilak Nagar has a major Hindu population consisting of Maharashtrians many religious programmes are held there regularly, with additional audience from the nearby areas of Chembur and from other parts of the city. Tilak Nagar is famous for Ganpati decorations of its pandals. It also has a substantial Christian population with the Infant Jesus Chapel near the station. [1]


Tilak Nagar Station, Mumbai Tilak Nagar Station, Mumbai.jpg
Tilak Nagar Station, Mumbai

Autorickshaws, BEST buses and trains are the public modes of transport available in Tilak Nagar. The colony is serviced by the Harbour line of the Central Railway via the Tilak Nagar railway station. The stations of Vidyavihar and Chembur are also in close proximity. The access to Lokmanya Tilak Terminus (Kurla Terminus) is also via Tilak Nagar station. Chembur monorail station and Ghatkopar metro station are also easily accessible.

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  1. "Rajan's Ganpati show-of-strength diminishes". The Times of India . 23 August 2003. Archived from the original on 22 September 2012. Retrieved 21 August 2011.