Synonyms for pargaon or Related words with pargaon
Examples of "pargaon"
Ghatshil Dam, also called Ghatshil
dam, is an earthfill dam on Kinha river near
Ghatshil, Beed district in the state of Maharashtra in India.
There are more than 40 villages in the area. On the west side of the railway station lie Makunsar, Aagarwadi, Vilangi Tighare, Nagave, Ambode, Dativare, Khardi, Chatale, Usarani, Edvan Kore, Dongare, Mathane, Bhadave, Mande, Makane, Virathan, Chikhalpada are present. On the east, there are
, Tandulwadi, Lalthane, Girale, Nawaze, and Varai.
Gurholi is located at . It has an average elevation of 700 metres (2303 feet). It is bordered by Walti and Alandi mhatobachi town on the North, Sonawari town on the West Vanpuri and
town on the South, Waghapur and Singapur town on the West. It is situated at a distance of 160 km from the Maharashtra State Capital of Mumbai by road. Gurholi is at a distance of 30 km from District main City Pune and 70 km from Baramati. Gurholi is at a distance of 18 km from Taluka main city Saswad and 21 km from Jejuri and 16 from Uruli Kanchan. Gurholi is situated on Deccan plateau.
Chhatrapati Sambhaji Raje Pune International Airport is a proposed greenfield international airport to serve the city of Pune, India. The airport will be located near the villages of Kumbharvalan, Ekhatpur-Munjawadi, Khanwadi,
Memane, Vanpuri, Udachiwadi near Saswad and Jejuri in Purandar taluka of Pune District in the Indian state of Maharashtra. The Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Mr. Devendra Fadnavis declared that the first flight from this airport is expected take off by 2019 and the airport will be named after Maratha emperor Chhatrapati Shambhaji who was born at Purandhar fort.
Umabai dispatched 15,000 troops led by her lieutenant Damaji Rao Gaekwad in support of Tarabai's rebellion. Gaekwad initially advanced towards Pune, prompting the Peshwa's mother Kashibai and his grandmother Radhabai to flee from Pune to Sinhagad. While encamped at
near Pune, he received a letter from the Peshwa loyalist Mahadji Purandare, who denounced him as a traitor. Subsequently, Gaekwad changed course and started advancing towards Satara. Mahadji's brother Trimbakrao Purandare led a 20,000-strong force against him. Gaekwad defeated him at Nimb, a small town north of Satara. He then marched to Satara, where he was received by Tarabai. However, Trimbakrao re-formed his army and on 15 March 1751, he attacked Gaekwad's army, which was encamped on the banks of the Venna River. Gaekwad was defeated in this battle, and forced to retreat with heavy losses. Trimbakrao kept pursuing him and cornered his force near a gorge in the Krishna river valley.
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