Junnar taluka

Junnar taluka
Junnar
Location of Junnar in Pune district in Maharashtra
Location of Junnar in Pune district in Maharashtra
Country India
StateMaharashtra
DistrictPune district
HeadquartersJunnar
Major villagesSee text
Government
 • Lok Sabha constituencyShirur
 • Assembly constituencyJunnar
 • MLAATUL VALLABH BENKE
Population
 (2001)
 • Tehsil454,456
 • Urban
20%
Demographics
 • Literacy rate67%
 • Sex ratio1000:840
RainAverage of 200 mm to 550 mm
WebsiteJunnar Tourism

Junnar taluka is a taluka (subdivision) of the Pune district in the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is northernmost taluka of the District.The area is well known for two of the Ashtavinayak temples at Lenyadri and Ozar respectively. The taluka is also the home of Shivneri Fort, GMRT (Khodad), and Vikram Sarabhai Earth Station at Arvi. There is also a tomb(Samadhi) at Ale of the buffalo that recited Vedas when requested by the 12th century Sant Dnyaneshwar. The five main dams are named Yedgaon, Pimapalgaon Joga, ManikDoha, Chilhewadi and Wadaj.[1] An ancient place called Naneghat is there. It is known for historical evidence that was written in Bramhi Lipi, on the walls of the caves. Darya Ghat is 21  km from Junnar Which is famous for waterfalls.Kukdeshwar an ancient temple of lord Shiva is in Junnar.

Villages

  • Agar
  • Ahinavewadi
  • Ajanawale
  • Ale
  • Aldare
  • Alme
  • Ambe
  • Ambegavan
  • Amboli
  • Ane
  • Aptale
  • Arvi
  • Aurangpur
  • Ballalwadi
  • Bangarwadi
  • Barav
  • Basti
  • Belhe
  • Belsar
  • Bhivade Bk.
  • Bhivade Kh
  • Bhorwadi
  • Bori Kh
  • Bori Bk
  • Botarde
  • Buchakewadi
  • Chawand
  • Chilhewadi
  • Chincholi Kashid
  • Datkhilwadi
  • Devale
  • Dhalewadi Tarf Haveli
  • Dhalewadi Traf Minher
  • Dhamankhel
  • Dhangarwadi
  • Dholwad
  • Dingore
  • Dumbarwadi
  • Ghangaldare
  • Ghatgnar
  • Godre
  • Golegaon
  • Gulanchwadi
  • Gunjalwadi
  • Gunjalwadi Belhe
  • Hadsar
  • Hatvij
  • Hhinde
  • Hivare Bk
  • Hivare Khurd
  • Hivare Tarfe Minher
  • Hivare Tarfe Narayangaon
  • Inglun
  • Jadhavwadi
  • Jalwandi
  • Kaldare
  • Kale
  • KaranJale
  • Kalwadi
  • Kandli
  • Katede
  • Kewadi
  • Khamagaon
  • Khamundi
  • Khanapur
  • Khangaon
  • Khatkale
  • Khilarwadi
  • Khodad
  • khubi
  • Kolwadi
  • Kopare
  • Kumshet
  • Kuran
  • Kusur
  • Madh
  • Mandarne
  • Mandave
  • Mangrul
  • Manikdoh
  • Manjarwadi
  • Nalawane
  • Narayangaon
  • Netwad
  • Nimagaon T Mahalunge
  • Nimdari
  • Nimgaon sava
  • Nimgire
  • Nirgude
  • Otur
  • Ozar No.1
  • Ozar No.2
  • Padali
  • Pangari Traf Madh
  • Pargaon Tarf Ale
  • Pargaon Traf Madh
  • Parunde
  • Pemdara
  • Pimpalgaon Traf Narayangaon
  • Pimpalgaon Joga
  • Pimpalwandi
  • Pimplgaon Shiddhanath
  • Pimpri Kawala
  • Pimpri Pendhar
  • Pur
  • Rajur
  • Rajuri
  • Ralegan
  • Ranmala
  • Rohkadi
  • Sakori Tarf Belhe
  • Sanganore
  • Santwadi
  • Sawargaon
  • Shinde
  • Shindewadi
  • Shiroli Kh
  • Shiroli Bk
  • Shiroli Tarf Ale
  • Sitewadi
  • Somatwadi
  • Sonawale
  • Sukalwedhe
  • Sultanpur
  • Surale
  • Taleran
  • Tambe
  • Tambewadi
  • Tejewadi
  • Tejur
  • Tikekarwadi
  • Uchhil
  • Udapur
  • Umbraj No 1
  • Umbraj No 2
  • Unchkhadak
  • Undekhadak
  • Vadaj
  • Vadgaon Kandali
  • Vadgaon Sahani
  • Vithalawadi
  • Wadgaon Anand
  • Wanewadi
  • Warulwadi
  • Yadgaon
  • Yenere

See also

References

  1. ^ Talukas in Pune district Archived 2010-03-10 at the Wayback Machine

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