Initially we were
parishioners of St Blaise’s Church Amboli however due to long distance we
started having masses in our village houses by visiting Jesuit priests and
gradually we build or Church namely Christ The King Church.
Like most of the villages
Practically all the land
in the area belonged to the East Indian Community and the Parsee’s.
With the rapid development and inflow of other faiths we the original
land holders have almost lost all our land and
the present state is such that we the original inhabitants are not more than 1
to 2 percent of the population of the entire area.
development took to greater strides the infrastructure
of the area also developed, an
in a matter of almost 30 to 40 years
the level of S.V. Road have increased by over 2
to 3 feet, indirectly having
become a cause of worry since our old houses are now almost 3 feet below S.V.
Road. Every year during monsoon we
have to face great hardship as the entire village is flooded,
complains to BMC and other local leader so far have not shown positive
Inspite of all the lost
glory and we being in limited numbers we still have our pleasant days as we all
get together on important feast days and celebrate it with fun and frolic.
Courtesy: Mr. Wickiam Pereira
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