Dhule is a city and a municipal corporation in Dhule District in the northwestern part of Maharashtra state, India. It is one of the very few Welland cities of India. Dhule is widely known across the country for its architecture and urban design. The town planning of this city was done by Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya Dhule is largely emerging as one of the biggest upcoming hubs of Textile, Edible oil, and Power-loom across the state and has gained a strategic advantage for being on the junction of three National Highways viz. NH-3, NH-6, and NH-211 Dhule is also a part of Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor Project, India's most ambitious infrastructure program, aiming to develop new industrial cities as 'Smart Cities' and converging next generation technologies across infrastructure sectors Dhule city is well known across the state for its quality education institutes.  Dhule is also famous for the production of pure milk. Milk cattle used to be fed with cotton pend (cattle feed made by using cotton extract), which would produce rich quality milk. Customers in Delhi once upon a time used to wait for the delivery of milk from Dhule District Dondaicha in this district is the only town in the State to produce glucose, sugar, and other products from maize. Dhule District is also famous for production and market of chilies.
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Dhule is an ancient city in the north-western part of the state of Maharashtra. This city is part of Dhule District and was one of the well-planned cities during pre-independence time. Situated at an elevation of 240 metres above sea level, the place is located in the Khandesh region and is surrounded by the Valley of Tapi River.
It also lies on the banks of Panzara River and features an old temple of Goddess Ekveera. In 1601, during the reign of Akbar, Dhule became part of the Mughal Empire. It was later annexed by Maratha rulers in the 18th century. British annexed Dhule city in 1818 from Marathas and made it part of the Bombay Presidency.
This city was planned by Captain James Briggs and after Indian independence, Bombay Presidency became part of the Bombay state. The Bombay state was divided in 1960 on linguistic basis into Maharashtra and Gujarat, with Dhule becoming part of former. On 1st July 1998, the district of Dhule was divided into two districts, namely Dhule and Nandurbar. This district now consists of four main talukas, namely Dhule, Shirpur, Shindkheda and Sakri.
The city of Dhule is popular for its high quality education institutes, a new sports stadium, Swaminarayan Mandir, Ekvira Mandir and various churches and temples. Dhule District, previously known as Rasika, is bordered by Berar on the east and Aurangabad on the south. Mumbai International Airport is the nearest airport from Dhule city, which is connected with all important cities across the world. Dhule city also features a small domestic airport at Gondur.
Dhule is connected by Central Railways and features trains to Chalisgaon Junction and other important cities. Buses are also available on Mumbai-Agra Highway to travel to the city of Dhule, from Mumbai, Pune and other major locations. November through February is the best time to travel to the city of Dhule in the state of Maharashtra.