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Jamod

Jamod
jaha mouj old name
village
Jamod is located in Maharashtra
Jamod
Jamod
Location in Maharashtra, India
Coordinates:
Country  India
State Maharashtra
District Buldhana
Population
 • Total APROX 25,000
Languages
 • Official Marathi
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN

New code- 443402.

(old code- 443406)
Telephone code BSNL
Vehicle registration MH-28
Coastline 0 kilometres (0 mi)
Nearest city Jalgaon,khamgaon
Lok Sabha constituency Jalgaon jamod
Avg. summer temperature 42 °C (108 °F)
Avg. winter temperature 28 °C (82 °F)
Website .injamod

Jamod is a small town in Jalgaon Jamodtaluka in Buldhana district of Maharashtra.

External links

  • Official facebook page

Jamod is a small town in Jalgaon Jamodtaluka in Buldhana district of Maharashtra.

  www.jamod.in is the first official website of JAMOD village. 

another one is the www.aapalajamod.wordpress.com

Jain temple is very old and a famous place in peth area. The Bembleshwar (mahadeo) temple is also present there.

     "" Nagveli Computer Education Center are the famous Computer Training center in Jamod.

Janta vidyala is a famous school in Jamod.

    The New Life English convent is famous School in Jmaod.

Jana-Muktai primary high school in Jamod. Jamod word came from Jaha moze means where enjoyment. Jamod is situated on base of satpuda hills Satpuda means seven hills together. Jamod has good fertile land for growing bananas, vegetables, and oranges. All villages around Jamod is situated on hills.

"AUJEE sidha maharaj" temple is very famous temple near Jamod. Generally the "BARI" caste is located here,which are the farmers of eating leaves (NAGVELI). Every year these people arrange bhandara (common food party). @ Bembleshwar (mahadeo) temple.

for all more info visit www.jamod.in


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