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Kavathe-Mahankal

Kavathe-Mahankal
कवठे महांकाळ
town
Country  India
State Maharashtra
District Sangli
Languages
 • Official Marathi
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
Telephone code 02341
Nearest city Miraj
Lok Sabha representative Sanjaykaka Patil
Climate dry,temp is high (Köppen)

Kavathe-Mahankal is a tehsil in Miraj subdivision of Sangli district in the Indian state of Maharashtra. This is famous for

Mahankali Devi temple & Mallikarjun (God Shiva Temple) There is also a Sugar Factory, named after the same Goddess Mahankali Sugar Factory. Kavathe mahankal is peaceful town. major festivals are Shivratri, in shivratri 05 days "Yatra" in Town & Navratri (Dasara) in Mahankali Temple (Ambabai mandir) It is famous for its produce of grapes, sugar-cane, jawar, bajary, maize . on here two industrial training school,one proposed CBSE School-Nootan International English School,Primary School. Shree Mahankali High School, PVP college of Art, Commerce, Science. as well here 2 D.ED college are one is s.s.d.ed college k.mahankal other is Ambika D.ed college as well kanya prashala &jr college for girls in kavathe mahankal military canteen for pune sub area



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