Tarapur Malayalee Samajam

Establishment

Tarapur Malayalee Samajam, is the foremost Malayalee Cultural and Social Organization started in the year 1984 in the name of Kairali Arts Club and has been contributing in the field of education, cultural activities and social service. In the year 2000 its name changed to Tarapur Malayalee Samajam registered under the Bombay Charitable Trust Act 1950 and Societies Registration Act 1860.

Community

The Samajam has celebrated its Silver Jubilee in the year 2009. Over the years, the Samajam has been playing a vital role in bringing together, the malayalee community in Tarapur through cultural and community activities. Tarapur Malayalee Samajam has been involving malayalees' common issues and needs actively for last few years. Will continue to work for the welfare of Keralites in Tarapur.

Town

Tarapur is a census town in Thane district in the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is an industrial town located some 45 km north of Virar, on the Western Railway line of Mumbai Suburban Division (Mumbai Suburban Railway). Tarapur can be reached from Boisar, the nearest railway station. It is 20 km off National Highway NH-8.

Tarapur

Tarapur is a census town in Palghar district in the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is an industrial town located some 45 km north of Virar, on the Western Railway line of Mumbai Suburban Division (Mumbai Suburban Railway). Tarapur can be reached from Boisar, the nearest railway station. It is 20 km off National Highway NH-8.
The Tarapur Nuclear Power Station , the first in Asia, is not only the largest nuclear power reactor in the country but also the largest power unit in India. Tarapur also houses two huge industrial estates Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation, Tarapur Industrial Estate and Additional Tarapur Industrial Estate), which include bulk drug manufacturing units, specialty chemical manufacturing units, steel plants and a few textile plants.