What is Maharashtra capital

Maharashtra

Maharashtra (zoom in for details, zoom out for all of India)

Maharashtra (महाराष्ट्र) is in the west of India. It is the third largest state in India by size and the second largest by population. It stretches from the west coast to the inland regions with different climates. Maharashtra includes the most industrialized region of India, the Mumbai-Pune belt. In agriculture, too, the state is one of the most progressive and best-irrigated in India.

Regions [edit]

Maharashtra bordered to the south by the Indian states of Goa, Karnataka and Telangana, which split from the state of Andhra Pradesh in 2014, to the east by Chhattisgarh and to the north by Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat. The small union territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli lies between Maharashtra and Gujarat. In the west it borders on the Konkan coastal region Arabian sea. The coastal region is bordered to the east by the steep mountains of the West Ghats. This mountain range is more likely to be imagined as a break-off edge that lacks a prominent eastern slope, but merges into a plateau.

Places [edit]

  • 21.15388888888979.0830555555561 - the stupa-like hall Deekshabhoomi is a testimony to Ambedkar's movement of politically motivated Buddhism.
  • 20.7578.6166666666672 - In his Ashram Sevagram you can still feel the spirit of Mahatma Gandhi.
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  • 19.8875.324 - this city is much more than the gateway to the world heritage sites Ajanta and Ellora.
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  • 19.7774.486 - Sai Baba, who is omnipresent in Maharashtra, lived and worked here.
  • 2073.7833333333337Type taken from Wikidata - large city on the sacred banks of the Godavari River.
  • 19.075989972.87739288 - the former Bombay, the capital of Maharashtra, also the economic capital of India
  • 18.74806111111173.4072194444449 - the ideal base for the many cave temples and forts in the area.
  • 18.51957473.85528710 - (formerly known as Poona) is considered the state's cultural capital and second largest city. Pune is known for its educational tourism and has a mix of cultural, business, health and culinary tourism backgrounds. The large student population in the city ensures a lively nightlife and atmosphere. Pune is also home to fantastic restaurants, great museums, and hill forts that offer panoramic views.
  • 19.273.8811 - surrounded by caves carved into the rock by Buddhist monks.
  • 18.8374.3812 - a good base for visiting the Nighoj Potholes, a water erosion landscape made up of a multitude of swirl holes that have grown together.
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