How to reach us: Anushakti Nagar Main Gate is the common entry point (shown in the map) to the residential colony of BARC (Anushaktinagar) and the BARC (Trombay). As BARC is a highly protected area, visitors are requested to carry a photo identity card with them at all times. The Central Complex Auditorium (Venue of ISNP 2009) is located inside the BARC campus. It may be noted that entry inside the BARC (i.e. beyond North Gate) is strictly for authorized persons only. All visitors are expected to carry their entry permit card while entering the BARC. NBH and TSH Guest Houses are located inside Anushakti Nagar. HBCSE Guest House is located on the Sion-Trombay Road adjacent to the Anushakti Nagar Bus Depot. HBCSE has a separate entry gate. The following guidelines will help you to reach BARC either by road or by suburban (local) train from the main entry points to the city. How to reach BARC and the Guest Houses at NBH, TSH, HBCSE: From the International (Sahar) and Domestic Airports: The local organizing committee has appointed a local cab agency with following details for airport pickup service. If you prefer their paid service kindly confirm with us through e-mail ([email protected]) well in advance so that we can forward your flight number and arrival time to them. This agency has four types of cabs for the service, please indicate your choice in the e-mail. At the airport arrival terminal exit-point a cab driver from the agency will waiting with a placard written ‘ISNP2009’. Cab agency contact details and fare table: Cab Number of travelers Destination Anushaktinagar- Guest H. Destination Vashi Hotel Indica non A/C One or two Rs.650 Rs.900 9930411443, Indica A/C One or two Rs.750 Rs.1000 9930411445, Qualis non A/C Up to four Rs.750 Rs.1100 9757154153. Qualis A/C Up to four Rs.850 Rs.1300 Mother Mary Tours and Travels mobile numbers (+91)9821684745, or Alternatively, You may take a pre-paid taxi (from the counter at the airport) to Anushakti Nagar. The approximate distance is 25 km and the fare is about Rs.300/-. From the major Railway Stations: The local organizing committee regret that no pickup service could be provided from the railway stations. • If you alight at CST/VT (Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus or VT for Victoria Terminus) railway station, change over to the suburban side and buy a ticket to Mankhurd and board the trains marked M, VA, BR, or PL (Most probably from platform no. 1 or 2) of the suburban (local) terminus. The journey time is approximately 40 minutes. After alighting at Mankhurd get out of the station on the east side and take an auto-rickshaw (three wheeler) to Anushakti Nagar /HBCSE(~ Rs. 20/- ). • If you alight at Dadar, you may directly take a taxi to Anushakti Nagar. The taxi fare will be about Rs.120/-. It is not advisable to take the suburban train in the morning between 7:00 am to 11:00 am and in the evening after 3 pm, specially on a working day due to heavy commuter traffic. If you wish to come by the suburban train, buy a ticket to Mankhurd, take a train for Kurla station, and then switch over to harbour line and take a train from platform number 7 to reach Mankhurd. After alighting at Mankhurd get out of the station on the east side and take an auto-rickshaw (three wheeler) to Anushakti Nagar/HBCSE. • If you alight at Kurla (Lokmanya Tilak Terminus), you may take an auto-rickshaw (three wheeler) to Anushakti Nagar directly. Auto fare will be about Rs.50/-. If you wish to come by the local train buy a ticket from the near by local railway station (Tilak Nagar) to Mankhurd. After alighting at the Mankhurd station, get out of the station on the east side and take an autorickshaw (three wheeler) to Anushakti Nagar/HBCSE. • If you alight at Bombay Central, you may take a taxi to Anushakti Nagar. Taxi fare will be about Rs.200/-. A cheaper option would be to take a suburban train to Bandra, and then take an auto-rickshaw to Anushakti Nagar/HBCSE. Auto fare from Bandra will be about Rs.60/-. You may keep in mind the following order of proximity from the Centre while alighting: Kurla Terminus, Dadar Terminus, Bombay Central and CST (Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus or VT for Victoria Terminus), farthest being CST.
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