Synonyms for shirgaon or Related words with shirgaon


Examples of "shirgaon"
The Shirgaon High School serves Shirgaon and the surrounding area.
Also the Gramdevat temple is situated in Shirgaon Varchi Vadi.
Shirgaon is in the Chiplun taluka, with the town of Chiplun, 13 km away, being the nearest urban area. Shirgaon is located on the Guhagar Bijapur Highway, SH 71.
The Ghadage family is largest in Shirgaon. The village is also known as Ghadage's shirgaon. They belong to 96 kul Maratha cast. The kuldaivat is "Jotiba of Kolhapur", the avataar of God Shankar.
Shirgaon is a village in Belgaum district of Karnataka, India.
The public library in Shirgaon is the Pragati Wachanalaya Shirgaon Library, started in 2002 by the Pragati Group Shirgaon. The library contains about 6000 books useful for children in their preparation of competitive examinations. This library celebrated its 13 th anniversary on November 14, 2015 . Competitions held at this occasion for the students included a Rangoli competition, drawing, painting, handwriting and essay writing.
Shirgaon also has two Hanuman temples and one Lord Dattatraya temple.
Shirgaon is a village in the Ratnagiri district of the state of Maharashtra, India.
Shirgaon, a village of Bhandari, Mali, Koli(Mangela/Vaity), Vadval, Adivasi and Muslim Community.
Areas of Maval taluka near this station are Shelarwadi, Ghorawadi Caves, Somatne, Shirgaon.
After British war of 1857, Coastal region of Maharashtra including Shirgaon, Kelwe, Mahim, Tarapore was captured by British ruler.
Shirgaon is divided in three parts, consisting of Varachi wadi (upper section), Khalachi wadi (lower section) and Bajarpeth (market).
The Shirgaon population is divided in 4 areas called as "main gaon", "varcha mala", "Pimpalacha mala", and "Wadekar Mala".
Shirgaon also celebrates Ganesh Utsav and Shimaga Utsav. There also is a Chabina celebration in Varchi and Khalachi wadi on different dates.
The main celebrated events in Shirgaon are Bhandara of Mahadev when devotees from nearby places visit the Mahadev temple. The programmes of Bhajan, Kirtan arranged on this occasion.
Shirgav ( English: Shirgaon) at Walwa in Sangli district, in Maharashtra, India, is tiny village situated on the banks of river Krishna.
Shirgaon ("Shirgaav" in the Marathi language) is a small village in the Walwa subdivision of the Sangli District, Maharashtra state, India.
As of the 2011 Indian census, Shirgaon has a population of 1,950 inhabitants. Males make up 52% of the population and females 48%.
The village has very few schools in the area with the primary/secondary schools K. Laxmibai Naikwadi Vidhyalay and the Shirgaon Z.P. School.
Shirgaon is a village in (Tal:Pandharpur)Solapur district of Maharashtra, India. It is from the holy place well known for pandurang or Vittal, Pandharpur.