Synonyms for pimpalgaon or Related words with pimpalgaon

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Examples of "pimpalgaon"
There are four villages in the Pimpalgaon T. Khed gram panchayat: Pimpalgaon Tarf Khed, Velhavale, Waki Tarf Wada and Wanjale.
Pimpalgaon is one of the largest village in Jalgaon district. As per 2011 Census of India, Pimpalgaon has 3230 household with population of 14,918 people of which 7,733 are males, while 7,185 are females.
Pimpalgaon Rothais a village in Parner taluka in Ahmednagar district of state of Maharashtra, India.
Nearby villages are Bhalegaon, Deodhaba, Dudhalgaon Budruk, Jambhuldhaba, Liha Budruk, Pimpalgaon Devi, Sindkhed lapali, Wadaji.
Sherikasari to Shree Kshetra Korthan Khandoba Devastan Pimpalgaon Rotha 7.1 km
The 52121/22 Pachora - Jamner Passenger runs via Varkhedi, Pimpalgaon Bk., Shendurni, Pahur, Bhagdara, to Jamner
Pimpalgaon Bk. is a village in Pachora tehsil of Jalgaon district in Maharashtra state, India.
Pimpalgaon Turk is a village in Parner taluka in Ahmednagar district of state of Maharashtra, India.
Pimpalgaon is a village in the Thane district of Maharashtra, India. It is located in the Bhiwandi taluka.
Pimpalgaon Joge Dam, is an earthfill dam on Ar river, a tributary of Kukadi River near Junnar, Pune district in the state of Maharashtra in India.
Pimpalgaon Baswant, like most other towns in this region of Nasik District is famous for its agricultural produce and has an agrarian economy. It is very famous for variety of grapes, tomatoes, onions and raisins it produces and exports. Grampanchayat (local civic administration) prides itself as one of the richest of its kind in Asia. Farmers of Pimpalgaon Baswant are famous for experimental farming of grapes adopting new methods and improving technology.
Pimpalgaon Raja is gram panchayat located in tahsil Khamgaon of Buldhana district of Maharashtra situated on bank of River Dnyanganga. It is 14 km from Khamgaon. Agriculture is main occupation here.
Upon reaching Jambarkheda, the river changes its course to flow south wards until Kate Pimpalgaon where it resumes the south-eastern course, ideal of most rivers of the Deccan Plateau.
Shree Kshetra Korthan Khandoba Devasthan is a temple situated at the height of 951 meters on the hills of Pimpalgaon Rotha, which is located 50 km from the city of Ahmednagar and 30 km from the city of Parner.
In the 2001 census, the village of Pimpalgaon Tarf Khed had 5,957 inhabitants, with 3,021 males (50.7%) and 2,936 females (49.3%), for a gender ratio of 972 females per thousand males.
According to the 2011 census of India, Pimpalgaon has 726 households. The effective literacy rate (i.e. the literacy rate of population excluding children aged 6 and below) is 86.16%.
Nearby villages are Mahajanpur (1 km), Songaon (5 km) Ramnagar (4 km), Bhuse (5 km), Pimpalgaon Nipani (6 km). Bhendali is surrounded by Sinnar to the South, Nashik to the west, Chandwad to the North, and Kopargaon to the East.
Pimpalgaon Baswant पिंपळगाव बसवंत is a town in Nashik district, Maharashtra, India. It lies 30 km north of Nashik on the National Highway 3 NH3. It is well connected with a six lane motorway with Nasik. Its geographical coordinates are 20° 10' 0" North, 73° 59' 0" East. It is situated on the banks of a small river Parashari. It derives its name Baswant from the local deity Baswanteshwar located inside the old town, this also helps to distinguish Pimpalgaon from other towns having the same name.
Sameer and Harshada are a newly married couple living in Mumbai. Everything is hunky dory, until Damodar, Sameer's childhood friend from Dengdi Pimpalgaon Village, shows up and invades the couple's privacy. At first Harshada dislikes to the intruder, but later realizes that Damodar is a simple and noble-hearted person. She warms up to him and soon the two become good friends.
The Kukadi Irrigation Project is a program underway by the Maharashtra Krishna Valley Development Corporation. Approved in 1968, it is almost complete, with the remaining work on some of the distributory systems still in process. It includes five storage dams across the five tributaries; viz. Yedgaon Dam, Manikdoh Dam, Dimbhe Dam, Wadaj Dam and Pimpalgaon Joge Dam.