Hindu Colony is an old colony located close to the Dadar area of Mumbai in India. According to the most recent census carried out, the Hindu Colony has a population of 11,573 people. The people of this area have been Maharashtrians,
Catholics, Jews, and Gujaratis, whereas Maharashtrians were the highest in numbers. The buildings were designed in a way that was prevalent in the pre-independence era. These British-styled Buildings with service staircases
and glimpses of Victorian architecture can still be seen. The Colony extends from the Dadar TT Circle, particularly from the Eastern End of the Tilak Bridge ( which connects Dadar East and West) to Ruia College. The Colony
is typically designed with roads being recognized as Lanes. The Dadar TT Circle is a traffic convergence area, a critical junction, and a landmark.
Being a considerable part of a city like Mumbai, the Hindu Colony has a good utility for residential, commercial, educational, medical purposes. Additionally, Mumbai is the financial, commercial, and entertainment capital of India. It has the eighth-highest number of billionaires of any city globally, and it had the highest average affluence of any city in the world in 2008. It is the house for important financial institutions, the corporate headquarters of numerous Indian companies, and multinational corporations.
The climate of the Hindu Colony is wet, dry, and tropical throughout the year. It experiences an average annual temperature of 27°C and moderate rainfall throughout the year. Humidity can be as high as 94%.
The Chhatrapati Shivaji international airport connects this city to the rest of the world. Hindu Colony is at a distance of 11 km from this airport. One can cover this distance in about an hour. From the airport, passengers can take local buses, autos, or cabs to reach their destination.
The central railway station is Dadar, located 10 min walk away, as also is the Eastern Express highway (Dr. Bahasaheb Ambekar Road). Another nearest railway station is the Elphinstone Road, connecting the city to other major cities in Mumbai. It is located at a distance of half a kilometer.
The golden quadrilateral and its interconnected highways connect the main metropolitan cities to the rest of the country through roads. The neighboring secondary routes link them to the other cities. Thus, one can enter a Hindu Colony from Mumbai via the Eastern Express highway and the Lal Bahadur Shastri Road. This route is 8 km long, which takes 15 minutes to cover.
The closest branch is situated in Mumbai at a distance of 8 kilometers. The increased duration is due to traffic concerns. This proximity makes customers comfortable and convenient to call and to use their 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 Hindu Colony 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 Hindu Colony 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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Due to unexpected reasons such as fire, accidents etc during the moving -process.
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