Naigaon, Maharashtra, India

🇮🇳 Naigaon is a city of Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) in the Vasai Virar Belt that is separated by the Vasai Creek from Mira-Bhayandar, Thane and Mumbai city. Its linked by the Versova Bridge /Ghodbunder Bridge to Navghar village, which is connected from the east side of the city by the National Highway and it is the First City in Vasai Virar after crossing the Vasai Creek. Hence, the people residing in the western & eastern areas of Virar, Nala Sopara & Vasai Road have to pass through Naigaon east to travel towards Thane, Mira-Bhayandar & Mumbai. Naigaon in the eastern side is well connected to NH 48 / WEH. Juchandra & Kaman Road are the railway stations in Naigaon east that connects Vasai Road railway station in the north & Diva Jn. & Panvel Jn. Rail Stations in the south. The construction work of Naigaon flyover is in progress to connect Naigaon east & west which will reduce the travel time & also save fuel. Also the proposed Work of Bhayandar-Naigaon sea link / road bridge is on charts to connect the Western Side of Bhayandar with Naigaon & vice versa. Industrial zones: Naigaon east is an industrial area, with many industries located there. As a result of this, the employment opportunities in the east of Naigaon are on a rise. One of its industrial park is Trinity Industrial Park, where the renowned pen manufacturing company Pierre Cardin has its manufacturing plant. Film studios: • City Studio (Sasunavghar, Naigaon east) • Ramdev Studio (Sasunavghar, Naigaon east) • Devi Studio (Kaman Road, Naigaon east) • Mother Nature Studio (Kaman Road, Naigaon east) • Magnum Studio (Kaman Road, Naigaon east) • Ratandeep Studio (Chinchoti, Naigaon east) • Saniya Film Studio (Chinchoti, Naigaon east) • RDL Studio (Deodal, Naigaon east) • Balaji film studio (Deodal, Naigaon east)

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Naigaon has a population of over 182,868 people. Naigaon also forms part of the wider Vasai-Virar metropolitan area which has a population of over 1,221,233 people.

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