About Nanded, Maharashtra
Nanded is situated in southeastern Maharashtra in the Marathwada region on the banks of river Godawari.
Geographical Area :
Famous as / For :
Sikh Pilgrimage City, Renuka Devi Mandir
Weather & Climate :
Hot summer and cold in winter
Spoken Languages :
Punjabi - Marathi - Hindu - Telugu
Nanded located on the Godawari river bank is a flourishing district in the State of Maharashtra. Nanded is a famous seat of the Sikh history. The holy city is the second most auspicious city of Sikhism after Amritsar. One of the Five Sikh Takhtas known as Hazur Sahib is located here. There are several other religious landmarks in the city. Renuka Devi Mandir is another prime attraction of the place.
The ancient Nandigram village has covered a long distance, and today flooded with industries. Nanded is certainly not a place for the travelers to enjoy the sensuous dance of the stars in a moonlit sky or the freshness of snow-covered peaks. Nanded is deeply religious, and gradually evolving as a promising commercial hub of Maharashtra.