Jogeshwari is a western suburb of Mumbai, situated immediately to the north of Andheri in Maharashtra, India. It is notable for its caves, particularly one containing a shrine of the Hindu god Shiva.
In 1915, the Western Trunk Route of Bombay was extended from Bandra to Jogeshwari. Up until 1945, Jogeshwari was administered by a collector in charge of the Bombay Suburban District. With the creation of Greater Bombay in 1945, the administration of Jogeshwari was merged with Bombay city.
Saraswati Baug and Malcolm Baug are two old colonies situated in Jogeshwari. Malcolm Baug, located in west Jogeshwari is a predominantly Parsi community. Saraswati Baug is a colony of Gaud Saraswat Brahmins and was formed in early 1920s. It is located in East Jogeshwari, opposite of Natwar Nagar. It contains 19 traditional buildings in addition to private residences.
Bandrekarwadi is another of the old colonies in Jogeshwari. The population is primarily Malvani, Konkni & Catholic stays. Bandrekarwadi Mitra Mandal is oldest local social group. It was founded by Sarvajanik Ganeshotsav in 1961. Bandrekarwadi also has its own logo and title song, called "Amhi Bandrekarwadi".