A phenomenal rate of urban growth has been experienced by India during the 25 years following independence and Mumbai has had its due share in it. The population of Greater Mumbai rose from 2.966 millions in 1951 to 4.152 millions in 1961 and to 5.970 mil
Navi Mumbai is surrounded by Mumbai and Panvel
The climate here is tropical. During most months of the year, there is significant rainfall in Navi Mumbai. There is only a short dry season. This climate is considered to be Am according to the Köppen-Geiger climate classification.
The Navi Mumbai Special Economic Zone (SEZ) located in the nodes of Dronagiri and Kalamboli are planned to provide commercial growth and employment to the city. Positioned en route the proposed Navi Mumbai Airport.
Agri-koli culture... but now its cosmopolitian