Maharashtra

Maharashtra is a state of India. Maharashtra is located in South West India. It is the second largest state of India followed by population. Capital of Maharashtra is Mumbai. With a population of more than 126 million, Maharashtra is the second largest state in India. Find information about population growth, sex ratio and literacy rates in Maharashtra, India.
Maharashtra

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  1. Population: 112,374,333 (9.28%) of Indian Population)
  2. Rural Population: 61,556,074(54.78%)
  3. Urban Population: 50,818,259(45.22%)
  4. Area: 307,713 km2(118,809 sq mi)
  5. Density: 365/km2(950/sq mi)
  6. Sex ratio: 929/1000 (female/male)

Capital Of Maharashtra

Located in the western coast of India, Mumbai is the capital of Maharashtra state. Mumbai is known as the financial and entertainment capital of India. This city is home to some of the major financial institutions such as the Reserve Bank of India, State Bank of India, Bombay Stock Exchange, SEBI and more.

Rivers Of Maharashtra

18 Rivers of Maharashtra will be mapped to the National River Linking Project - To eliminate the problem of water scarcity affecting the state, the BJP government led by BJP will bring 18 rivers on the national map of Central Joint Project of Central Government. Is planning. Although a long term, the benefits of the project will appear in some years.

Rivers:

Adan River, Ambika River, Andhari river, Arunavati River, Bamar River, Banganga River (Maharashtra), Bhima River, Bhogavati river, Bindusara River, Chapora River, Daman Ganga River, Darna River, Dina river, Dnyanganga River, Doni River, Dudhaganga, Gayatri River, Ghod River, Girna River, Godavari River, Gomai River, Hiranyakeshi river, Hivra River, Indravati River, Indrayani River, Jagbudi River, Kadva River, Kamini River, Kanhan River, Kapila River, Maharashtra, Kar River, Karha River, Kas River, Kotri River, Koyna River, Krishna River, Kukadi River, Kundali River, Kundalika River, Manjira River, Mausam River, Morna River, Mula River (India), Mula-Mutha River, Mutha River, Nag River, Narmada River, Nira River, Painganga River, Panchganga River, Panzara River, Patalganga River, Pavana River, Pench River, Por River, Pranhita River, Pravara River, Ramnadi, Savitri River, Shivana River, Sina River, Sindphana River, Tansa River, Tapti River, Terekhol River, Terna River, Ulhas River, Vaitarna, Vashishti River, Vedganga river, Venna River, Wainganga River, Wardha River, Wena river.

Tourist Places Of Maharashtra

Places to visit in Maharashtra:- - Ahmednagar - - - - Akola - - - - Alandi - - - - Alibag - - - - Ambajogai - - - - Ambarnath - - - - Amboli - - - - Amravati - - - - Aronda - - - - Aundh - - - - Aurangabad - - - - Baramati - - - - BeedBeed - - - - Bhandara - - - - Bhandardara - - - - Bhimashankar - - - - Bhiwandi - - - - Birwadi - - - BordiBordi - - - - Borivali East - - - - Borivali West - - - - Brahmapuri - - - - Budhgaon - - - - BuldanaBuldana - - - - Chandrapur - - - - Chandur - - - - Chikaldhara - - - - Chikhli - - - - Chincholi - - - - Chiplun - - - - Dahanu - - - - Darwha - - - - Daryapur - - - - Dattapur Dhamangaon - - - - Daulatabad - - - - Deolali Pravara - - - - Deoli - - - - Desaiganj - - - - Deulgaon Raja - - - - Devgarh - - - - Dharangaon - - - - Dharmabad - - - - Dharur - - - - Dhule - - - - Digdoh - - - - Dombivli - - - - Dudhani - - - - Eklahare - - - - Erandol - - - - Faizpur - - - - Gadchiroli - - - - Gadhinglaj - - - - Ganeshpur - - - - Gangakhed - - - - Gangapur - - - - Ganpatipule - - - - Ghatanji - - - - Ghoti - - - - Ghugus - - - - Ghulewadi - - - - Godoli - - - - Gondia - - - - Gorai - - - - Guhagar - - - - Hadgaon - - - - Harihareshwar - - - - Harnai - - - - Hedvi - - - - Hingoli - - - - Ichalkaranji - - - - Igatpuri - - - - Indapur - - - - Jalgaon - - - - Jalna - - - - Jawhar - - - - Jintur - - - - Junnar - - - - Kalamnuri - - - - Kalyan - - - - Karad - - - - Karanji - - - - Karjat - - - - Karnala - - - - Kashid - - - - Kherdi - - - - Khodala - - - - Kinwat - - - - Kodoli - - - - Kolad - - - - Kolhapur - - - - Kunthalgiri - - - - Latur - - - - Maan - - - - Mahabaleshwar, - - Malegaon, - - - Matheran, - - - Mumbai, - - - Murud, - - - Nagpur, - - Naldurg, - - - Nanded, - - - Nandurbar, - - - Nashik, - - - Osmanabad, - - - Paithan, - - - Panchgani, - - - Pandharpur, - - - Panhala, - - - Paranda, - - - Parbhani, - - - Pimpri (Chinchwad), - - - Pune - - - - Raigad - - - - Ratnagiri - - - - Sangameshwar - - - - Sangli - - - - Satara - - - - Sawantwadi - - - - Shingnapur - - - - ShirdiShirdi - - - - Sindhudurg - - - Solapur - - - Thane - - - - Thoseghar - - - - Toranmal - - - - Ulhasnagar - - - - Vasai - - - - Wai - - - - Wardha - - - - Washim.

Languages of Maharashtra

Languages of Maharashtra Marathi is the official state language. Other languages spoken in the state are Hindi and English. Metropolitan culture of the place promotes English and Hindi as effective languages for communication.

Religions of Maharashtra

Religion in Maharashtra is characterized by various religious beliefs and practices. Maharashtra has six major religions in the world; I.e. Hinduism, Islam, Buddhism, Jain, Christian and Sikhism

Districts of Maharashtra

Maharashtra State came into being on 1st May 1960. It is also known as Maharashtra Day, initially with 26 districts. Since then, 10 new districts have been created, and presently the number of districts in the state is 36.
Districts of Maharashtra: Ahmednagar , Jalgaon , Pune , Akola , Jalna , Raigad , Amravati , Kolhapur , Ratnagiri , Aurangabad , Latur , Sangli Beed , Mumbai City , Satara , Bhandara , Mumbai Sub-urban , Sindhudurg , Buldhana , Nagpur , Solapur , Chandrapur , Nanded , Thane , Dhule , Nandurbar , Wardha , Gadchiroli , Nashik , Washim , Gondia , Osmanabad , Yavatmal , Hingoli , Parbhani ,

Mandals of Maharashtra

Maharashtra State, a country which is located in the Middle-West of India Maharashtra State covers the 700 km west coast of the Arabian Sea. There are 35 districts in Maharashtra, which have been specified by six administrative divisions, i.e. 35 districts of Maharashtra have been divided into six areas to achieve their location and the purpose of government / administration.
Mandals of Maharashtra:
  1. Vidarbha (Nagpur Division),
  2. Vidarbha (Amravati Division),
  3. Marathwada (Aurangabad Division),
  4. Konkan (Konkan Division),
  5. Khandesh (Nashik Division),
  6. Western Maharashtra (Pune Division).

Education and research in Maharashtra

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Education Board of Maharashtra

Maharashtra Board is Educaton Board of India. The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE), Pune is the school education board of Maharashtra which caters to all related activities such as re-evaluation, results, as well as organizing SSC and HSC exams in the state.