Area 10,422 km²
Administrative division Aurangabad division
Average annual precipitation 954 mm
|Tehsils List1. Ardhapur,2. Bhokar,3. Biloli,4. Degloor,5. Kinwat,6. Loha,7. Mahur,8. Mudkhed,9. Dharmabad,10. Mukhed,11. Hadgaon,12. Nanded,13. Himayatnagar,14. Naigaon,15. Kandhar,16. Umri|
Major highways NH-222, National Highway 204
University Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University
Points of interest Hazur Sahib Nanded, Renuka Devi Mandir, Visava Garden, Heera Moti Fish Aquarium, Shri Guru Govind Sing Mus
Destinations Nanded, Mahur - Maharashtra, Trikut, Kinwat, Deglur
Nanded district (Marathi: नांदेड जिल्हा) is a district of Maharashtra state in central India. The city of Nanded is the district headquarters.
- Map of Nanded Maharashtra
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- Geographic information
Map of Nanded, Maharashtra
The district has an area of 10,502 km² while according to 2011 census its population is 3,361,292 of which 27.19% were urban. The Godavari River flows through the district.
Nanded District lies in the eastern portion of Marathwada region, which corresponds to Aurangabad Division of Maharashtra. The district is bounded by Nizamabad, Medak and Adilabad districts of Telangana on the east, by Bidar District of Karnataka falls on the south, by Parbhani and Latur districts of Marathwada on the west, and Yavatmal District of Maharashtra's Vidarbha region on the north. The influence of Telangana, Karnataka and Vidarbha can be seen on the language, behaviour and general conduct of the people of Nanded.
Geographical Area : 10,502 km²
Total Population : 3,361,292
Male : 14.81 Lakhs
Female : 13.94 Lakhs
Urban to Total Population : 27.19%
Normal Rainfall : 901 mm
Taluka or Mandal : 16
Per Capita Income : Rs 23,801
Population (1991 Census, in 1000s) : 2,330 (Males=1,198 Females=1,132)
Density : 319 per km²
Literacy : 75.45%
Male Literacy : 84.27%
Female Literacy : 66.15%
Amenities and infrastructural facilities
Total inhabited villages: 1,546
Amenities No. of villages
Drinking water facilities: 1,538
Important Towns (Largest three) Safe Drinking water: 1,537
Population Electricity (Power Supply): 1,531
Primary school: 1,536
Middle schools: 768
Secondary/Sr Secondary schools: 504
Medical facility: 209
Primary Health Centre: 71
Primary Health Sub-Centre: 111
Bus services: 1,141
Paved approach road: 1,049
Mud approach road: 4
Historical Importance : Sachkhand Gurudwara(Hazur sahib), Renuka Devi Mandir Mahur, Dargah at Kandhar
Commercial Banks : 132
Industrial Estates : Nanded, Dharmabad, Loha, Degloor, Kinwat, Krushnoor (SEZ).
Malborgaon Tq. Kinwat is one historical village..
Even though Nanded is only mentioned in historical accounts since 4th century, the evidence of human habitation in this area has been found for the past 40 to 50 thousand years.
Upon reorganization of states in 1956, the district of Nanded came to comprise six talukas namely Kandhar, Hadgaon, Biloli, Degloor, Mudhol whereas Mukhed and Bhokar were called Mahals (revenue headquarters). As a result of reorganization of states, Bichkunda, Jukkal villages of Degloor taluka as well as the whole of Mudhol taluka (excluding Dharmabad) were merged with Nizamabad District of Andhra Pradesh. In lieu of them, Kinwat and Islapur villages were separated from Adilabad District and made part of Nanded District again. Islapur village was combined with Kinwat taluka and Dharmabad came to be merged with Biloli taluka.
some of Nanded's Temples and Fort From Top:
The 10th and last living guru of Sikhs, Shri. Guru Gobind Singhji stayed in Nanded for 14 months and from here that he transferred the title of Guru to "Aad Granth" as "Guru Granth Sahib ji". Nanded is mentioned in the Ramayana, as the place where Bharat's mother came from. Recently Mahur was declared as Tourist place. The Goddedss Renuka temple is the major attraction for tourist from religious views. Also there are lot many religious temples in nearby areas in Mahur viz Datta & Lord Parashuram temples. Malegaon (Loha taluka) is famous for Khandoba Yatra. This yatra is held annually and it is biggest Yatra in south India. Merchants from all India come here to buy or sell animals like horse, camel, sheep, goats, cow, dog etc.
One of the well known poem explain about the Nanded District Periphery and its cultural and historical important is given here.
one of the former university student of SRTMUN Pinnalwar D.K. wrote the Marathi poem in year 2003 which is immense popular in local people. the poem best explain the District Cultural and Historical importance.
In 2006 the Ministry of Panchayati Raj named Nanded one of the country's 250 most backward districts (out of a total of 640). It is one of the twelve districts in Maharashtra currently receiving funds from the Backward Regions Grant Fund Programme (BRGF).
Nanded district having good education facilities in Marathwada Region.
Medium & large scale industries/public sector undertakings
The District of Nanded lies between 180 15 ' to 190 55' North latitudes and 770 to 78025' East longitudes. It covers area of above 10,332 Sq. km. It is located in the South Eastern part of the state. Nanded is bounded on the North by Yavatmal district, on the Eastern side lies Adilabad , Nirmal, Nizamabad and Kamareddy districts of Telangana state, and on the South lies Bidar of Karnataka state. Nanded also shares its boundaries with Latur on South West, Parbhani and Hingoli districts on the West.
The area presents undulating topography with uneven hills, plateau, gentle slopes and valley planes. Physiographically, the district can be divided into 2 major parts, the hilly region on the North and North East and low-lying area on the banks of the rivers Godavari, Manjra, Manyad, Penganga etc.
According to the 2011 census Nanded district has a population of 3,356,566, roughly equal to the nation of Uruguay or the US state of Connecticut. This gives it a ranking of 99th in India (out of a total of 640). The district has a population density of 319 inhabitants per square kilometre (830/sq mi) . Its population growth rate over the decade 2001-2011 was 16.7%. Nanded has a sex ratio of 937 females for every 1000 males, and a literacy rate of 76.94%.
Hindu 73.55% Muslim 26and Sikh 1%
Languages used in the district include Marathi, Dakhani Urdu, Hindi, Punjabi, Banjari, Telugu, Kannada Andh, an Indo-Aryan language spoken by 100,000 people.