Shopping Places in Thane

The City of Thane is the administrative headquarters of the Thane District in the state of Maharashtra, India. On the Thana River lies Thane, in the northern lowlands of Konkan Coast. It is one of the developed suburbs in Mumbai. Thane is situated at an approximate distance of thirty kilometers from Mumbai's central business district.

Thane has a variety of industries, which manufactures a variety of products. These products include pencils, glassware, woolen textiles, cotton textiles, dyestuffs, drugs and hand loomed fabrics. There are also other factories manufacturing things like metal equipments, machinery and iron goods, paper and paints.

Thane is well-connected with Mumbai and other cities and adjacent towns by major rail lines. There is also a national highway, which links the city of Thane with important places. The nearest airport is situated in Mumbai.

Population in the city of Thane is 803,389, as it was registered in the census of 1991.

The city of Thane is separated by Thane Creek, a stream of water, which comes from the Arabian Sea. There is one Rail Bridge and two road bridges, which unite the two portions of Thane.

The city is very neat and clean and is also well planned. Added with that, the natural beauty of the hills makes the place a beautiful one.

The Kopineshwar temple of Thane is a famous tourist spot and it is visited by all people who come to Thane. So the next time when you visit Mumbai, you must pay a visit to the elegant city of Thane.

Last Updated on 28 May 2013



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