is a posh zone in south Mumbai
, at the north-western end of the Marine Drive
circle, and is most acclaimed for Walkeshwar
Temple, Banganga Tank and Jain sanctuaries. Walkeshwar
takes its name after Lord Shiva, one piece of the Trinity of Hinduism. The cutting edge type of the word gets from the Sanskrit word for an icon made of sand - Valuka Iswar, a symbol of Shiva - in a legend celebrated at the Walkeshwar
likewise incorporates Malabar Hill
, and is in close proximity to the Hanging Gardens.
The average price ranges between Rs 92,000 to Rs 1,00,000 for each sq ft. The greater part of the structures is sea-facing and the area has witnessed rapid residential development.
Social Infrastructure Walkeshwar
Temple, otherwise called the Baan Ganga Temple, is a sanctuary committed to the Lord Shiva situated in Walkeshwar
, close to the Malabar Hill
neighborhood in south Mumbai
. There is a Jain sanctuary near the area as well.
There are numerous schools and universities in Walkeshwar
Street like Wilson College, Walsingham House School, K.P.B. Hinduja College of Commerce and a few others. There are different shopping centers in Walkeshwar
, for example, SoBo Central Mall, Earth Castle Mall, Orchid City Center Mall, CR2 Mall, Royal Touch Shopping Mall, Atria Millennium Mall and a few others.