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Jalamb

Jalamb
Jalam
Village
Jalamb
Jalamb
Location in Maharashtra, India

Coordinates: 20°49′00″N 76°35′00″E / 20.8166667°N 76.5833333°E / 20.8166667; 76.5833333Coordinates: 20°49′00″N 76°35′00″E / 20.8166667°N 76.5833333°E / 20.8166667; 76.5833333

Country  India
State Maharashtra
District Buldhana
Population
 • Total 13,000
Languages
 • Official Marathi
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
Telephone code 07265
Vehicle registration MH-28
Nearest city Khamgaon
Literacy 79%%

Jalamb is a town in Shegaon tehsil of Buldhana district, Maharashtra.

Transport

There is railway junction namely Jalamb Junction and is located between Nandura and Shegaon on Bhusawal - Badnera section of Bhusawal division of Central Railway. Jalamb connects Khamgaon town with main rail line.

Culture

Jalamb is quite famous in the locality for Shree Aasra Mata of Machchhindrakhed and Shri Payi Sansthan and Sitaram baba. The Rathod Teli families like Awachar,Sontakke and Marwadi families Like Chaudhary- Rathi-Agrawal-Sharma-Pandey- jangid are the few famous families having relations of Origin with the village.

Politics

Jalamb had been one of seven seats from Buldhana district in the Maharashtra State legislative assembly comprising parts of Shegaon, Nandura, Jalgaon Jamod and Sangrampur tehsil of Buldhana district. It is now a part of newly formed Jalgaon Jamod Vidhan Sabha constituency.

Description

The town post office Postal Index Number (PIN code) is 444308.[1]

Nearby villages are Matargaon, Belura, Pahurjira, Alasna.

Nearby towns are Nandura on east, Shegaon on west. The population of Jalamb is near about 13000.

Train List

The following trains halts at Jalamb Junction.

Up Train Name Dn
1040 Gondia-Kolhapur Maharashtra Express 1039
2140 Nagpur-Dadar Sewagram Express 2139
2810 Howrah-Mumbai CST Mail 2809
2834 Howrah-Ahmedabad Express 2833
8030 Shalimar-Lokmanya Tilak Terminus Express 8029
JK1 Jalamb-Khamgaon Passenger KJ2
JK3 Jalamb-Khamgaon Passenger KJ4
JK5 Jalamb-Khamgaon Passenger KJ6
JK7 Jalamb-Khamgaon Passenger KJ8
JK9 Jalamb-Khamgaon Passenger KJ10
JK11 Jalamb-Khamgaon Passenger KJ12

.[2]

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