Shahad

Shahad

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For other meanings, see Shahada .
Distinguish from Shahada town in the Nandurbar district in Maharashtra state.


Shahad () is a town in Thāne district in Maharashtra state in India. It is located 60 km from Mumbai.

The term "Shahad" is derived from Urdu word "Shah Had" "Shah" related to Mughals and "Had" means Border, it means Border of Shah's. Kalyan was developed under Mughal empire. In Kalyan you can find mosoleum of many caretakers of Kalyan deployed by Mughals.Once "Shahad" comprised a large area which included"Mothe Shahad" (Birla college & Milind nagar)"Shahad Gaothan Koliwada" (Birla Madir)"Dhakate shahad""Shahad" is home to communities of fishing colonies which are known as "Shahad Koliwada"Shahad East is actually Ulhasnagar No. 1 and shahad west is part of Kalyan. NH222 Mumbai-Nanded-Adlilabad flies over shahad railway station.

Shahad is home to large industrial complexes, such as the one owned by Century Rayon which was built by the Birla family. This area typically classified as a "developing area." Shahad is located close to Mohone, Ulhasnagar, Murbad, Titwala. Waldhuni River flows through shahad. There is a large market of "marble" in shahad west area.

Hotel "sapna", "Balaji lodging and Boarding", 'Patidar Bhavan" marriage Hall and "Patel low price super market" are the famous one in shahad west...
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