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Dombivli or Dombivali is a suburb in Thane district, Kalyan Taluka in Maharashtra, India. It is located about twenty kilometres from Thane and about fifty kilometres from the Mumbai. The population of dombivali according to the 2011 census is around 2,230,000. The local Agri community speak a language called Agri Bhasha. The Agri community is either rich or poor. They were basically owning the land in and around dombivli. However, over the last 3 decades, they have sold their land to real estate companies, real estate builders for construction. Thus, they made money by selling land or developing houses and selling or giving on rent. The Agri community has a negligible presence and is a minority in dombivli; however, being the localities they hold huge sway over the political environment and real estate business in and around dombivli.

Dombivli is on 1st rank for literacy in India. The suburb’s population is predominantly Marathi-speaking Maharashtrians but people from all over the country have made Dombivli their home. Significant number of people from Malyalam speaking, Bangla speaking, Gujrati speaking, Kannada, Konkani & Tulu speaking, Tamil speaking, Hindi & Bhojpuri speaking and Punjabi speaking are to be found here. Religion makeup of Dombivli is predominantly Hindu. Unlike neighbouring Kalyan, Muslim population of Dombivli is negligible. Other religions such as Sikh, Zoroastrian, Christian also do not register in significant numbers.

The unique culture of Dombivli is reflected in the ‘Navavarsha Swagat Shobha yatra’ that started in the suburb in late 1990s. The Yatra is organised on the first day of the Hindu New Year. People from and near Dombivli take part with their own ‘Chitrarathas’ to welcome the new year. Dombivli has a unique, mixed culture. People celebrate every festival from Diwali to Dandiya, Ganpati etc.

Ganesh mandir, Ganesh Ghat, Reti bandar, khidkali Shiva temple, Venkateshwara (Balaji) Temple, Bhavani Temple & Shani Dhaam (Prati Shani-Shinganapur) on Manpada Road etc. are some places to visit. Ganesh Mandir which is located near Thakurli, serves as a place of worship to many Dombivlikars. It witnesses a huge crowd during all the major Hindu festivals.

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