Mahul is a neighborhood in Mumbai in the Trombay area. Mahul is a quiet, little, fishing village away from the hustle and bustle of Mumbai. The population majorly consists of Koli community who were the first inhabitants of Mumbai.
Mahul Koli Mahotsav is celebrated every year by villagers which provides entertainment and great food for fish lovers. The deity of the Koli community is Ekvira Devi. There is a village market where fresh fish is available in abundance. There are also food stalls managed by local women near the bus stop which serve fish and sea food. A Hanuman temple is also located in the here.
There are industrial establishments operated by BPCL and Tata in the neighbourhood of Mahul. BEST bus services are available from Kurla East (Nos. 361 and 363) and other areas of Mumbai. Bombay Port Trust (BPT) Road on the eastern coast connects Mahul to South Mumbai and Wadala which is a good option for four wheelers to avoid traffic.
One can also see flamingos on Mahul's coast. Flamingos are the pink feathered birds who migrate to Mumbai during the months of October to March. There is also a small village inside Mahul called Ambapada. There is a Nagarsevak in Mahul village. His name is Rajendra Mahulkar.
From the "Dhakka" in Mahul village, People can hire fishermen boats up to The Elephanta island. There is also a small police station in Mahul.
BEST buses Makes easy for the people to go to places like Chembur rly. station (Harbour line), Kurla rly. Station (Central line), Bandra rly. stn.(Western line).
The new made Eastern Freeway has made easier for the people of Mahul to travel to South Mumbai and Vashi and Panvel.
There is also a MMRDA Government colony in Mahul. There is also an auto stand in Mahul, next to the Bus stop. There is a BEST depot in Mahul.