Villages in Thane City | Thane Taluka Village list

The Villages in Thane City & Thane Taluka

The History Thane Villages

Aparant’ is the ancient name of the geographical area hosting Thane city. During the Indian expedition of the Greek Emperor Alexander, a number of philosophers, historians and geographists visited India. Among them, a Greek historian ‘Tolemi’ has mentioned the city of Thane in his writings. A famous sailor named Marcopolo had also visited Thane in 1290 A.D. and noted it to be one of the best cities in the world. A Village called ‘Ghodbunder’ was famous for horse-trading thus deriving its name from the word ghoda i.e. horse and bunder meaning port. 

From 810 A.D. to 1260 A.D. the Shilahar Dynasty ruled over Thane. At this time the Shilahars also divided the city into different sections and named them as ‘padas’. It is seen that these padas exist even today by names of Naupada, Patlipada, Agripada etc.

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List of Villages in Thane City

As per Census 2011, the list of notified villages in Thane City is as follows

  1. Waivali 
  2. Pimpri
  3. Nighu 
  4. Navali 
  5. Vakalan 
  6. Bamali 
  7. Narivali 
  8. Bale 
  9. Nagaon 
  10. Bhandarli
  11. Uttarshiv 
  12. Goteghar 

List of Villages in Thane Taluka

Thane district is divided into seven talukas, which are grouped into four sub-divisions. 

  1. Thane
  2. Kalyan
  3. Murabd
  4. Ulhasnagar
  5. Ambarnath
  6. Bhiwandi
  7. Shahapur

There are 1001 revenue villages in Thane District. Thane taluka or tehsil has 100 Villages. List of Villages are as follows

  1. Adavli
  2. Agasan
  3. Ilton
  4. Uttan
  5. Uttarshiv
  6. Airoli
  7. Ovale
  8. Karave
  9. Kalwa
  10. Kawser
  11. Kashi
  12. Kasarwadavli
  13. Kukshet
  14. Koparkarine
  15. Kopri
  16. Kolshet
  17. Kausa
  18. Khari
  19. Kharigaon
  20. Khidkali
  21. Khairane
  22. Gotheghar
  23. Goddev
  24. Godivali
  25. Ghansoli
  26. Ghodbunder
  27. Chitalsar Manpada
  28. Chendani
  29. Chene
  30. Chowk
  31. Juigav
  32. Tetavli
  33. Thane
  34. Daighar
  35. Dawle
  36. Dongri
  37. Domkhar
  38. Dhokali
  39. Talavli
  40. Tarody
  41. Turbhe
  42. Dahisar
  43. Dativli
  44. Darave
  45. Dighe
  46. Dighe (Aroli)
  47. Diva
  48. Desai
  49. Navghar
  50. Nagaon
  51. Narivli
  52. Navali
  53. Nighu
  54. Nerul
  55. Naupada
  56. Padle
  57. Panchpakhadi
  58. Parsik
  59. Pali
  60. Pavne
  61. Pimpri
  62. Penkarpada
  63. Balkum
  64. Bale
  65. Betavde
  66. Belapur
  67. Bonsar
  68. Borivade
  69. Borivali
  70. Bhandarli
  71. Bhaindar
  72. Bhainarpada
  73. Bhootavali
  74. Mahajanwadi
  75. Mahape
  76. Majiwade
  77. Mira
  78. Mumbra
  79. Murdhe
  80. Mokashi
  81. Mogharpada
  82. Morva
  83. Mahatardi
  84. Yeoor
  85. Raai
  86. Vadavali
  87. Varsova
  88. Vaklan
  89. Valami
  90. Valivli
  91. Vashi
  92. Shravne
  93. Sheel
  94. Sangarli
  95. Sanpada
  96. Sabay
  97. Sarsole
  98. Savli
  99. Sonkhar
  100. Sonkhar (Mumbra)

Sources: Census of India 2011 

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