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Khamkhed

Khamkhed
village
Khamkhed
Khamkhed
Location in Maharashtra, India

Coordinates: 20°52′09″N 76°23′47″E / 20.869068°N 76.396435°E / 20.869068; 76.396435Coordinates: 20°52′09″N 76°23′47″E / 20.869068°N 76.396435°E / 20.869068; 76.396435

Country  India
State Maharashtra
District Buldhana
Languages
 • Official Marathi
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)

Khamkhed is a village, in Malkapur tehsil of Buldhana district, Maharashtra State, India.

Geography

It is small railway Statation and is located between Bhusawal and Malkapur and is located on Bhusawal - Badnera section of Bhusawal division of Central Railway.

Demographics

As of 2001 India census,[1] Warwat Khanderao had a population of xxxx.

Description

The town post office Postal Index Number ( PIN code) is 443101 and PIN is shared with Malkapur, Malkapur(buldhana), Malkapur City, Ahwa Ynuspur, Bhalegaon, Deodhaba, Dudhalgaon Budruk, Harankhed, Jambhuldhaba, Liha Budruk, Nalgangapur, Nipana, Panhera Wadoda, Pimpalgaon Devi, Shelapur, Sindkhed lapali, Wadaji post offices.[2]

Nearby villages are Bhalegaon, Deodhaba, Dudhalgaon Budruk, Jambhuldhaba, Liha Budruk, Pimpalgaon Devi, Sindkhed lapali, Wadaji.

Nearby towns are Malkapur on east, Bodwad on west.

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