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Banoda Eklara

Banoda Eklara
Village
Banoda Eklara
Banoda Eklara

Coordinates: 21°02′49″N 76°43′02″E / 21.046926°N 76.717213°E / 21.046926; 76.717213Coordinates: 21°02′49″N 76°43′02″E / 21.046926°N 76.717213°E / 21.046926; 76.717213

Country India
State Maharashtra
District Buldhana
Taluka Sangrampur

Banoda Eklara is a village, in Sangrampur tehsil of Buldhana district, Maharashtra State, India.

Geography

It is located on MH State Highway 173 connecting Shegaon - Warwat Bakal - Bawanbir and Tunki and joins to MH SH 194 there.

Demographics

As of 2001 India census,[1] Banoda Eklara had a population of 2903.

Description

The town post office Postal Index Number (PIN code) is 444204 and PIN is shared with Bawanbir, Kated Kolad, Ladnapur, Sonala post offices.[2]

Some of nearby villages are Tamgaon, Bodkha, Wakana, Ladnapur, Tunki, Sagoda, Palsoda, Dhamangaon, Palsi Zasi, Kolad, Bawanbir, Wadgaon Pr Adgaon, Kolad, Kakanwada Bk, Kakanwada Kh, Pimpri Adgaon, Niwana, Warwat Bakal, Jamod, Durgadatiya, Wankhed, Danapur, Hingani Bk, Raikhed, Belkhed, Gadegaon, Tudgaon, Isapur, Malegaon Bazar,

Nearby towns are Sonala, Akot, Sangrampur, Jalgaon Jamod, Telhara, Shegaon.[3]

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