History Badlapur was a travel route from Konkan to Gujarat, via Surat. The town was famous for its rich horse breeds. Warriors of "Shivaji Maharaj" used to change their horses here in anticipation of the difficult climbing through the Konkan area. The word ‘Badla’ (Marathi word for “to change”) was linked to the town. For the first time in 1971, Badlapur was recognised as a municipal town in the Ulhasnagar Tehasil.City has seen a massive growth since 80s and since then the population has increased rapidly.
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Geography Taluka: Ambernath Dist: Thane State: Maharashtra Latitude. 19.15°, Longitude. 73.2666667° Badlpaur is surrounded by the natural beauty of hills and mountains.
Railway line divides the city into two parts, East and West. The town is built on many hills, on the banks of Ulhas river. Due to the population growth in the nearby cities, many people working in Mumbai suburbs have moved to Badlapur because of the affordable real estate prices, pleasant weather, beautiful location and quiet neighborhoods along with a proximity to Mumbai by local trains.
Now Badlapur city encompasses the Old Badlapur Village, Kulgaon, Manjarli, Belavali, Katrap and many other surrounding small villages.
Emergency Numbers K.B.M.C. Chief Officer (Kulgaon Badlapur Municipal Council) Kulgaon Badlapur (E) 0251-2696437
FIRE BRIGADE-BDL NAGARPALIKA Fire Brigade office, DUBE HOSPITAL, Kulgaon (E) 0251-2690890
COMMISSIONER OF POLICE Kulgaon police stn, Kulgaon (E) 0251-2690297
POLICE INSPECTOR Badlapur police station, MIDC road, Kulgaon (E) 0251-2693867
POLICE STATION Kulgaon 0251-2690050