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Warwat Bakal

Warwat Bakal
warwat
village
Country  India
State Maharashtra
District Buldhana
Population (2001)
 • Total 4,976
Languages
 • Official Marathi
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 444202
Nearest city Shegaon

Warwat Bakal is a village, in Sangrampur tehsil of Buldhana district, Maharashtra State, India.

Geography

It is located on junction of MH State Highway 173 connecting Shegaon - Warwat Bakal - Bawanbir and Tunki and MH State Highway 195 connecting Jalgaon Jamod - Sangrampur - Malegaon Bazar - Telhara - Warula on MH SH 24. It connects to National Highway 6 at Nandura via Sangrampur - Jalgaon Jamod and at Khamgaon via Shegaon.

Demographics

As of 2001 India census,[1] Warwat Bakal had a population of 4976.

Description

Agriculture is the main occupation in the nearby area and Warwat Bakal has Agricultural Produce Market subCommittee(APMC) (Krishi Utpann Bajar samiti)at along with subcommittee at Paturda, Sonala and Committee at Sangrampur.[2]

The town post office Postal Index Number ( PIN code) is 444202 and PIN is shared with Palsi Zasi, Kakanwada, Sangrampur post offices.[3]

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, Banoda Eklara, Jamod, Durgadatiya, Wankhed, Danapur, Hingani Bk, Raikhed, Belkhed, Gadegaon, Tudgaon, Isapur, Malegaon Bazar,

Nearby towns are Sonala, Akot, Sangrampur, Jalgaon Jamod, Telhara, Shegaon .[4]

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