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About Ahmednagar City......

  About Ahmednagar
     Ahmednagar (Marathi: अहमदनगर) is a city of Ahmednagar District in the state of Maharashtra, India, on the west bank of the Sina river, about 120 km northeast of Pune and 120 km from Aurangabad. Ahmednagar is situate about 300 kms east of Mumbai and is well connected by railway and road.    MIDC Industrial Estate is located outside the town of Ahmednagar on Manmad Road. There are over 1700 industrial units including those of Boots, Crompton, Garware, Kinetic, Kirloskar,L&T, Indian Seamless & Metal Tubes, etc.
     Sai Baba(Shirdi):
     Sai Baba whose shrine is in Shirdi during his lifetime and after attaining samadhi still draws thousands of devotees to Shirdi. The district of Ahmednagar is known for political heroes and rulers like Hussain Nizamshah, Malikamber, Sultana Chand Bibi the great heroine of the Deccan and Shahaji, father of Shivaji the Great. Shirdi is 80 km away from the Ahmednagar.
     Sugar Factories :
     Ahmednagar is the largest district in the Maharashtra state of India. Sugar, milk and bank co-operatives thrive here. Ahmednagar is home to 19 sugar factories and is also the birthplace of the cooperative movement. Due to scarce rainfall, Ahmednagar often suffers from drought. The district of Ahmednagar is rich in Sugarcane production. The soil and the climate are favourable for production of sugarcane, which is widely grown in the northern part.
     Chand Bibi Mahal :
     Places of interest Ahmednagar fort entrance Chand Bibi Palace - The place has Salabat Khan Tomb, it is a three-storey structure made of solid stone. It is 13 km from Ahmednagar city. Situated on the top of a hill, it has a view of the city lights at night. It is visible from almost anywhere in Ahmednagar City.Normaly it is known as Chand Bibi Mahal.
     Ahmednagar Fort :
     The fort was built by Ahmed Nizam Shah. India's first prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru wrote a book The Discovery of India in this fort when he was detained by the British in 1942. Renuka/Durga Goddess Temple - This temple is located in Kedgaon (around 3 km from Ahmednagar Railway Station, 5 km from Ahmednagar ST bus-stand) which is near Nagar-Pune highway.
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