Deonar is one of the oldest suburbs located in Mumbai, Maharashtra. It is known for housing Asia's most significant dumping ground and the biggest slaughterhouse in Mumbai called the Deonar Abattoir. It is a vital area in the city and has several factories, retail stores, and residential establishments. The Govandi Jain Temple is a popular attraction for tourists. Deonar is also home to some beautiful green bungalow societies like Saras Baug, Uday Giri, Vikram Jyoti, Datta Guru, Deonar Baug, Madhuban, Green Acres, Patwardhan Colony, etc. While most of the bungalows of Chembur, Bandra, and Juhu have been replaced with buildings, Deonars' societies continue to have the same and make it possibly the suburb with the maximum number of bungalows in Mumbai. Additionally, there are several colonial bungalows on Deonar Farm Road, like Raj Kapoor's Deonar Cottage.
The climate in Deonar is moderately hot with high humidity, which is typical of a tropical environment. During summers, the maximum temperature can go up to 40°C, and during winters, the minimum temperature can be 12°C. The area receives heavy monsoons, and the average annual rainfall is about 2000 - 2500 mm.
Being the financial capital of India, Mumbai is an essential commercial and corporate hub as well as a known tourist destination. Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport in Mumbai connects Deonar to the rest of India and is located 13.7 km from Deonar. From the airport, one can rent a cab or take a bus or an auto-rickshaw and reach Deonar in about 50 minutes.
Mumbai has the busiest and the most extensive connectivity of railways, which connects Mumbai to its adjoining areas and different cities across the country. Govandi railway station of the Mumbai Suburban Railway serves as a stop for several local trains that connect other areas across Mumbai. The nearest central railway station is the Lokmanya Tilak railway station, located at 4 km. Several trains that pass through here link Deonar to the adjoining areas and cities across different states such as Ranchi, Delhi, Mumbai, Amritsar, Madurai, etc. One can take an auto, cab, or bus service from these stations and reach Deonar easily.
Mumbai is connected to different cities across India by well-connected highways, expressways, and arterial roads. Two main road networks, the Santacruz- Chembur Link Road and Mumbai Pune Highway, link Deonar to Mumbai and the bordering regions. One can also reach Deonar by hiring a cab, auto, state, VVMC, and private bus services from different areas.
The closest branch is situated 8.9 km from Deonar, covered in about 40 minutes through well-connected roadways and railways. The proximity makes it easier for the customers to use the services.
Original Agarwal Packers and Movers was established in 1984 by its founder - Dayanand Agarwal, also known as Bade Bhaiya. Original Agarwal Packers and Movers is part of DRS Group and has muscat in their logo. Website of Original Agarwal Packers and Movers is www.agarwalpackers.in.
Agarwal Packers and Movers Deonar is functional on:
Monday - 24 hours
Tuesday - 24 hours
Wednesday - 24 hours
Thursday - 24 hours
Friday - 24 hours
Saturday - 24 hours
Sunday - 24 hours
You can make payment by Credit/Debit card, Bank Transfer, Net Banking, UPI, Cheque and Cash.
The fee charged by Agarwal Packers and Movers Deonar will vary as per the number of items to be moved, weight of the items, distance to be covered, and such other factors.
We recommend to contact us at least 48 hours before shifting for a hassle-free experience. For more details please contact us through our number: 9360014001 or visit our website i.e. www.agarwalpackers.in.
We value the client and his valuable belongings. We have the appropriate vehicle carrier which can load the car/bike in your presence at your home and similarly can deliver the same at your new location.
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