10 Things To Do In Ulhasnagar, Mumbai

by Madhusree Chatragadda
10 Things To Do In Ulhasnagar, Mumbai

Ulhasnagar, meaning a city of happiness, is popular for its scrumptious Sindhi spread, attracting many to tap into the delicious dishes as well as some must-visit tourist attractions. You’ll find everything Sindhi as Sindhis are most populous in this area! Here’s our list of what to do and what to eat here.

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1. Indulge In The Sindhi Special Streetfood, Butter Papdi Chaat At Jai Mata Di Chaat Corner
You are in for a treat here! Butter Papdi is a thing people and this place serves one of the best Butter Papdi chaats in Ulhasnagar only for INR 25! Your food trail is incomplete without visiting Jai Mata Di chaat counter, a tiny stall in Siddhi Vinayak Nagar, Ulhasnagar.

More details here: Butter Papdi At Jai Mata Di In Ulhasnagar

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It’s not too high on hygiene, considering its a street stall, but it serves some of the most unique chaats in the area. If you’re looking for a chatpata fix, you have to try the chaats here.

Address: Jai Mata Di Chaat Corner, Gol Maiden Rd, Sidhi Vinayak Nagar, Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra 421001
Contact: 097654 47171
Price: INR 25

2. Get The Lays Pizza At Baba Snacks Corner
You heard that right. This place serves two of our favourite snacks, Lays chips and Pizza, in one dish! The result is Lays Cheese Chili Pizza for Rs 110. It’s spicy and tangy and cheesy, all in one!

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Address: Baba Snacks Corner, Aman Talkies Rd, Near Sai Baba Society, Sidhi Vinayak Nagar, Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra 421003
Contact: 098500 20735
Price: INR 110

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3. Shop Cheap And Great Furniture At The Furniture Market 
Ulhasnagar is also famous for its wholesale markets such as the furniture market where you can get practical solutions to your furniture woes. Instead of looking inline where you find bulky furniture that could break your bank, find cheaper and compact options here.

Credits: Sai Baba Furniture

Address: Furniture Bazaar, 493, Press Bazar, Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra 421003

4. Dal Pakwan at Doli Nasta Wala
Enjoy lip-smacking Sindhi Dal Pakwan delicacies here such as Dal Samosa for only INR 12 per plate! The nashta house was established 40 years back and runs out of food within an hour. So make sure you get here in time.

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Address: Station Road, Near Santu Building, Laxmi Nagar, Ramayan Nagar, Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra 421003
Contact:098508 76157
Price: INR 12

5. Sindhi Panipuri at A1 Pani Puri
Sweet and spicy, these Sindhi pani puris ( INR 35) will blow your mind away! They also come with a special Boondi filling! A1 is also known for its delicious Dahi Mirchi (INR 40) which is Bhajiya topped with Dahi. Easy on the spice, this is perfect for everyone!

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Address: A1 Pani Puri, Kurla Camp Rd, Kailash Colony, Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra 421004
Contact:088067 46154
Price: INR 35

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5. There’s Also A Leather & Clothes Market!
Just like your furniture woes, leather problems can also be solved in Ulhasnagar. Clothes, bags, what have you, find answers to all leather related queries. Quirky jackets and bags being the top sellouts, do make a stop here.

Address: Gajanand Market, Sidhi Vinayak Nagar, Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra 421002

6. Farsan at Tikamdas Dalwala
This 30-year-old place houses almost 90 savoury variants. Masala Dal Sev, Dal Moth and Green Moong Dal are very popular here! Go try and tell us which is the tastiest.

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7. Visit The Revered Birla Temple
This marbled marvel, Birla Mandir, is a calm, peaceful place of worship that attracts Mumbaikars and non-Mumbaikars alike. It was built in the name of Lord Vithoba and is situated inside Shahad’s Century Rayon Company.

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The intricate carvings and patterns will definitely vow you as much as the green landscapes. Definitely stop by here in Ulhasnagar!

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8. Shiv Mandir 
On the Mumbai Pune railway line, this one of a kind temple falls between Ulhasnagar and Ambernath and is every bit worth the trip. Built back in 1060 AD, the massive architecture, age-old history, intricate carvings and the beautiful steps that lead you to the Shivling are some of the things that make it the most famous place in town.

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Every year during Mahashivratri there is a grand fair which is called ‘The Shiv Mandir Jatra’. It is not your regular fair, around the time of Shivratri the streets are blocked, the local transport is shut. All this is because a huge number of people from the farthest corners of Mumbai and outside come down to get blessings from Lord Shiva.

So next time you are craving affordable, Sindhi food and some peaceful architectural marvels, Ulhasnagar is the place to be. Are we missing out anything? Let us know in the comments below.

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10. Clothes And Stationary Market 
Looks like Ulhasnagar has got it figured out when it comes to cheap but great amenities like furniture, leather and now also clothes and stationary! From everything in the season to make you look snazzy and that too at cheap costs to a large variety of craft and art items and applique, there’s something for everyone.