Ulhasnagar is a town situated in the Thane area of Maharashtra state in Konkan division. This city is a piece of Mumbai Metropolitan Region oversaw by MMRDA. It had an expected populace of 506,098 at the 2011 Census. Ulhasnagar is a metropolitan town and the central station of the Tahsil bearing a similar name.
It is a railroad station on the Mumbai-Pune course of the Central Railway. Ulhasnagar, a state of vagrants in the repercussions of Partition, is arranged 58 km from Mumbai.
The once-desolate land has formed into a rich town of Thane area. Initially, known as Kalyan Military travel camp, Ulhasnagar was set up particularly to oblige 6,000 officers and 30,000 others amid World War II. There were 2,126 military enclosure and around 1,173 housed personals.
The dominant part of garisson huts had vast focal corridors with rooms joined to either end. The camp had a left take a gander toward the finish of the war and filled in as a prepared and perfect ground for Partition casualties. Sindhis, specifically, started life over again in the new land.