Kalbadevi is an old neighborhood in Mumbai (Bombay), India. It is named after Goddess Kalbadevi, the Hindu Goddess. Kalbadevi area is one of the busiest areas during peak hours. The area has mostly traders in watches, bicycles, steel utensils, etc.
Kalbadevi Road  starts near Metro Cinema and continues up to Bhuleshwar Road and further to the Khetwadi road. There are a number of bookshops for old and new books. One of these, the New and Secondhand Bookshop was founded in 1905. An access to the two cloth wholesale markets, Mulji Jetha Market and Mangaldas Market, are the main cloth markets in South Mumbai from Hanuman Galli, which starts at Kalbadevi Road. At the further end of Kalbadevi, near Bhuleshwar Road, is the Cotton Exchange, the market for cotton trade.