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Ghatkopar: Quiz


Question 1: In 1945, Ghatkopar was absorbed into Greater ________.
Navi MumbaiNariman PointMumbaiSalsette Island

Question 2: Vallabhbaug lane starting from ________ Road initially terminated at 90 feet (27 m) road and was later extended to Garodia Nagar and Shanti Park.
Mohandas Karamchand GandhiC. RajagopalachariJawaharlal NehruAbul Kalam Azad

Question 3: Like all small community centres, Ghatkopar also had just one principal road connecting it to Mumbai on the Southside and Thane in the north i.e; ________ road.

Question 4: Sohrab Baug, a ________ orchard spread across 13 acres (53,000 m2), in the western part of Ghatkopar, was sold to the Kapur family by a Parsi agriculturalist.

Question 5: It derived its name from the fact that it was the Kopara (________ for "Corner") of Western Ghats - Ghat-kopra.
Marathi languageSanskritUrduGujarati language

Question 6: Ghatkopar (Marathi: घाटकोपर) is a suburban neighbourhood of eastern ________.
Navi MumbaiSalsette IslandNariman PointMumbai

Question 7: It is serviced by Central Railway line of the ________.
Mumbai Suburban RailwayDharaviAndheriNavi Mumbai

Question 8: Pant Nagar forms the north part of Ghatkopar East, ________.
MumbaiNavi MumbaiNariman PointSalsette Island

Question 9: Within Ghatkopar are Ghatkopar (West) - the area of Ghatkopar west of the railway line, Ghatkopar (East) - the area of Ghatkopar east of the railway line, Garodia Nagar - a large development developed by (and on land owned by) the Garodia family, Pant Nagar, and ________.

Question 10: Asalpha is also connected to the Ghatkopar-Andheri link road which has become one of the most busiest lanes not only during peak hours but also off peak, which connects to saki naka (________) and Powai.
Navi MumbaiNariman PointAndheriMumbai


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