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Shivaji Park

Mumbai, India
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Shivaji Park

Its the birthplace of many Indian cricketers. They honed their cricketing skills at this place... read more

Reviewed April 10, 2017
Mumbai, India
Cricket Mania in the heart of Mumbai

This is another (one being Oval Maidan) cricket breeding grounds of Mumbai where youth and kids... read more

Reviewed April 3, 2017
Mumbai, India
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“huge ground” (11 reviews)
Mumbai, India
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Reviewed April 10, 2017

Its the birthplace of many Indian cricketers. They honed their cricketing skills at this place before moving on to the International arena.

1  Thank Suchir
Reviewed April 3, 2017

This is another (one being Oval Maidan) cricket breeding grounds of Mumbai where youth and kids come to make it big in the glam sport and also those who still love the game despite other careers come for office tournaments, friendly matches, etc. The place...More

4  Thank anuradha2013
Reviewed March 28, 2017

Shivaji park at Dadar, Famous for Great Peoples such as Sachin tendulkar and Bala Saheb Thakhre. Love to Play cricket at Shivaji Park and Feels like sachin is still playing with us.

Thank harshrajgor1
Reviewed March 23, 2017

I can always be nostalgic about this place as all my childhood is spent here. This is a place very dear to Marathi Manus ( man) and Marathi ( maharashtrian)culture. At one side of it is a Marriage & exhibition hall and a famous Ganesh...More

Thank Shubhalaxmi
Reviewed March 21, 2017 via mobile

Huge ground with fresh air blowing all time.The ground where sachin was trained and this ground provides coaching for many sports.

Thank darshbjain
Reviewed March 15, 2017

Surely a huge park to stroll / run / jog, the place definitely needs more sanity and cleanliness. Most of the times you will notice cricket as the primary sport in this park

Thank SunilW
Reviewed March 14, 2017 via mobile

If there is an oasis of peace amidst chaos in Central Mumbai, then this is it. Depending on the time of the day, there are joggers, walkers, cyclists gossipers, playing children, junk-food eaters(plenty of stalls for this) practising sport persons (cricket, malkhamb, football), lovers, oglers,...More

Thank usk2013
Reviewed March 11, 2017 via mobile

Always pleasure to be at Shivaji Park. A place where everyone likes to have walk for few minutes. A place where many people loves to play Cricket and other games. So if you have never come here give it a try for walk of few...More

Thank Vighnesh_Khale
Reviewed March 2, 2017

What a wonderful park. I arrived a little after 0700 and the park was bustling with men, women, old and young people all out for their morning exercise. I ran a few laps around the park and marveled at all the people enjoying themselves. From...More

Thank Chris L
Reviewed March 1, 2017

Moving towards Central Mumbai, Shivaji Park is one of the most popular places amongst the local people to visit for their morning walks, jogs and cricket. Spread out with adjoining club and senior citizen park, Shivaji park is like a lifeline to many neighbouring communities...More

1  Thank Pervin D
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