Dhule (Marathi : धुळे, Hindi : धुलिया) is a city and district in Maharashtra.
Origin of name
The district is divided into two sub-divisions and four talukas for administrative purposes.
- Dhule sub-division - Dhule and Sakri talukas are part of Dhule sub-division
- Shirpur sub-division - Sindkheda and Shirpur talukas are part of Shirpur sub-division.
Villages in Dhule District
Adhe, Ahilyapur, Aichale, Ajanad, Ajande Bk, Ajande Bk, Ajande Kh, Ajande Kh., Ajang, Akhade, Aklad, Amalathe, Amali, Amarale, Ambe, Ambode, Amkhel, Amode, Anakwadi, Anchade, Anjanvihire, Anturli, Arave, Arni, Arthe, Arthe Kh., Arvi, Ashtane, Awadhan, Babhalaj, Babhulwadi, Babre, Balade, Balapur, Balhane, Balkuwe, Balsane, Bamhane, Basarawal, Behed, Bendrepada, Betawad, Bhadane, Bhadane, Bhadne, Bhamer, Bharvade, Bhatpure, Bhavere, Bhoiti, Bhokar, Bhondgaon, Bhorkheda, Bhortek, Biladi, Bodakikhadi, Bodgaon, Bopkhel, Boradi, Boris, Borkund, Borpani, Borvihir, Budki, Burzad, Chakadu, Chande, Chandpuri, Charanmal, Chaugaon, Chaugaon Bk, Chhadwel, Chhadwel, Chhail, Chhavadi, Chikase, Chilane, Chilare, Chimthane, Chinchkhede, Chinchkhede, Chinchpada, Chinchwar, Chipalipada, Chitod, Dabhashi, Dabli, Dahivad, Dahiwel, Dahyane, Dalwade, P. Nandurbar, Dangshirwade, Dangurne, Darana, Daregaon , Daswel, Datarti, Dattane, Daul, Degaon, Degaon, Deobhane, Deshshirwade, Deur, Deur Kh., Devi, Devli Pada, Dhadane, Dhadre, Dhadri, Dhamane, Dhamane, Dhamangaon, Dhamnar, Dhaner, Dhanur, Dhawde, Dholipada, Dhongade Digar, Dhule, Dighawe, Domkani, Dondaicha-Warwade, Dondwade, Dongargaon, Durbadya, Dusane, Fagne, Fattepur, Gad-utar, Gadhaddeo, Ganeshpur, Gartad, Gartad, Gavhane, Ghanegaon, Ghodade, Ghodasgaon, Gidhade, Gondur, Gorane, Gotane, Gurhadpani, Hadakhed, Hadsuni, Hanumantpada, Hatnur, Hatti Kh., Hendrun, Hingoni Bk, Hisale, Hol, Hol P.b., Indawe, Isarne, Jaitane, Jakhane, Jalod, Jamkhel, Jamnyapada, Japi, Japore, Jatode, Jatode, Javkhede, Jogshelu, Joyada , Junwane, Kadane, Kadre, Kadupada, Kakani, Kakarde, Kaksewad, Kalamba, Kalkhede, Kalmadi, Kalmasare, Kamkhede, Kampur, Kanchanpur, Kapadne, Karle, Karvand, Kasare, Kauthal, Kawathe, Kawathi, Khairkhunda, Khairkhuti, Khalane, Khambale, Khamkhede Pr. Ambe, Khandbare , Khandlai, Khankheda Pr. Thalner, Kharadbari, Kharde B.k, Kharde Bk, Khargaon, Khatyal, Khede, Khordad, Khori, Khudane, Kodade, Kodid, Kokale, Korde, Kudashi, Kulthe, Kundane, Kundane, Kundane-war, Kurkhali, Kurukwade, Kusumbe, Kuwe, Lakadya Hanuman, Laling, Lamkani, Langhane, Lauki, Lavhartodi, Londnare, Lonkhede, Lonkhedi, Mahadeo Dondwade, Mahal Pandhari, Mahindale, Mahir, Maindane, Malich, Malkatar, Malpur, Malpur, Mamane, Mandal, Mandal, Mandane, Manjari, Manjrod, Mehergaon, Methi, Mhalsar, Mhasale, Mhasdi Pr.ner, Moghan, Mohadi Pr.dangari, Mohagaon, Mohane, Mohida , Morane Pr. Laling , Morane Pr.ner, Morshevadi, Mudawad, Mukati, Mukati, Mukhed, Nadse, Nagaon, Nagaziri, Nakane, Nandale, Nandane, Nandarakhi, Nandre, Nane , Nardane, Narvhal, Natwade, Navalane, Nave Bhamate, Nawalnagar, Nawapada, Nawenagar, New Boradi, Nijampur, Nikumbhe, Nimdale, Nimgul, Nimgul, Nimzari, Nirgudi, Nyahalod, Old Bhampur, Padalde, Padhawad, Palasner, Panakhed, Pangan, Pankheda, Pargaon, Parsamal, Pashte, Patan, Pathare, Perejpur, Phophare, Pilode, Pimpalgaon, Pimpalgaon Kh., Pimpalner, Pimprad, Pimpri, Pinjar Zadi, Pratappur, Purmepada, Rami, Rami, Ranjane, Ranmala, Raver, Rewadi, Rohane, Rohini, Rohod, Rudawali, Runmali, Sadgaon, Sakri, Salwe, Samode, Sangavi, Sarvad, Satare, Satarne, Saundane, Savalade, Sayane, Shenpur, Shenwad, Shewade, Shewadi, Shewage, Shewali, Shindkhede, Shingave, Shirdane, Shirdhane Pr.dangari, Shirpur-Warwade, Shirsole, Shirud, Shiv, Shivarimal, Sitane, Sonewadi, Songir, Sonshelu, Sukapur, Sulwade, Suray, Sutare, Tajpuri, Takarkhede, Tamaswadi, Tamthre, Tardi, Tarhad, Tarhadi Tarf Tarhad, Tarwade, Tavkhede P.b., Tavkhede P.n., Tekwade, Tembhe, Tembhe Pr. Warse, Tembhepada, Thalner, Tikhi, Titane, Tonde, Torankudi, Ubhand, Ubhand, Ubharandi, Udane, Umarda, Umarpata, Umbhare, Umbharti, Untawad, Vadjai, Vaipur, Vajadare, Vakwad, Valkhede, Valwhe, Vanaval, Vani Bk, Vardharne, Varkhede, Varshi, Varul, Varul, Varzadi, Varzadi, Vaskhedi, Vasmar, Vehergaon, Velhane, Vikharan, Vikharan Kh., Vikhram, Vinchur, Virdel, Vishwanath, Vitai, Vitai, Wadi Bk, Wadi Kh., Wadne, Waghadi, Waghadi Bk, Waghadi Kh, Wakapada, Waki, Walwadi, War, Warpade, Warse, Warud, Wasardi, Wathode, Zende-anjan, Zotwade,
Dhule is located at 20.9° N 74.78° E. It has an average elevation of 240 metres (787 feet).Dhule lies in the Khandesh region, which forms the northwest corner of southern India's Deccan Plateau, in the valley of the Tapi river. Dhule is situated on the banks of the Panzara River (पांझरा).
"Samartha Vagdevata Mandir" is famous for its collection of ancient literature on the great Maharashtrian saint Samartha Ramdas Swami.
'Shivatharghal', where Samartha Ramdas Swami had wrote the great grantha 'Dasbodh'; this place (Shivatharghal - Near Mahad) was discovered by the wellknown historian Late Shree. Shankar Shrikrushna Dev of Dhule in 1930.
Places of attraction
Nisargopchar Kendra, Dhule is situated on Malegaon Road at a distance 1.5 km from bus stand and Railway station. In the vicinity of this centre are Mehboob subhani shrine, Gurudwara, Vitthal temple, Dashera Maidan . Across the road is Gandhi Tatva Gyan Mandir (Gandhian Philosophy Centre) and Goshala founded by Vinoba Bhave in 1932.
There are a number of Jain temples in Dhule. One of them is the 115 year old temple of Shitalnath Bhgwan at sarafa bazar agra road. Dadawadi Jain temple is tallest temple of guru Jin Kushal Suri at Chalisgaon road.
Ekvira mata temple is very famous in Dhule.
Jat Villages in Dhule district
- Moola Ram Kadwasra, Chaudhary Mahadev Hotel, Bor Ki Khadi Via Dahiwel, Tah: Sakri, Dhule. Ph:02566-230684, Mob: 9822321217
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