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Malad is a suburb located in North Mumbai. Malad has a railway station on the Western Line of the Mumbai Suburban Railway. The railway tracks of the Western railway line separates Malad into Malad (West) and Malad (East). Furthermore, located in Malad is a prominent office commercial space extending from the back of the two major shopping malls that is Inorbit and Infiniti Mall.
Malad includes a lot of villages including Orlem which is also known as Valnai, Kharodi, Rathod, Malwani, Marve, Aksa, Madh and Chincholi bunder. Another old settlement in Malad are villages occupied by the native East Indian Community, Bhandari’s and Kolis, fishermen – recognized as the original inhabitants of Mumbai. Few kilometres ahead of the Aksa Beach is a hidden and considerably lesser-known vital landmark, which is the Malad Fort also known as Madh Fort. Overlooking the Arabian Sea is the Fort captured by the Maratha Empire, from the Portuguese regime in 1739.
INS Hamla which is a logistics and training establishment of the Indian navy is also situated in Malad. There are quite a few educational institutes in Malad like St. Joseph’s High School, Children’s Academy, Carmel of St. Joseph School, St. Anthony’s High School, Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan International School, Durgadevi Saraf Institute of Management Studies, Mahindra Academy and Lords Universal College. Malad is fast becoming an IT HUB with many BPOs opening its facilities here.
There is a minimum of seven malls in Malad and the largest of them is Infinity Mall. There is a very rare holy relic of Mother Mary that is on display at St Peter’s Jacobite Church, which is also called the Soonoro Church at Mith Chowky near Orlem, Malad (west). The relic is a piece of fabric believed to be a part of the girdle worn by Mother Mary, is on view between September 1st and 8th every year. The relic attracts thousands of Devotees and worshipers. The Malad relic is a piece of Soonoro. Orlem is a region with a significant Catholic population.