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5th Aug 17

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Pritvi Kanchi

Pritvi Kanchi3.2/5

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A Trip to Hingoli

I had been to Hingoli by road in the month of March 2016. Hingoli is an administrative district in Maharashtra and is bordered by Akola, Yavatmal, Parbhani and Nanded districts. This district was carved out of the undivided Parbhani district in 1999. The must-visit attractions around Hingoli include the Tulaja Devi Sansthan Temple and Sant Namadev Sansthan. Around a century back, Saint Keshavaraj had a divine connection with goddess Tulja Bhavani. Thus, he constructed a temple there in the deity's honour. A trust was incorporated in 1967 to oversee the overall affairs and administration of the temple. Narsi village in Hingoli district is the birth-place of Sant Namadev. He was born in the year 1270. The village has a population numbering around 8000 and a fair is organised every year in honour of the revered saint. The Maharashtra government has constructed a tourist home at Narsi and a gurudwara is coming up in Narsi village in honour of Saint Ramdev.

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Piyush Sabu

Piyush Sabu5.0/5

3 reviews

Best place to visit

One of the most beautiful place to live in! After coming to a place like Delhi which is completely unknown from our home town, searching a place to stay is difficult. And this place we chased to live turned out to be best! Love this place! Thanks you Delhi lodge!

Hingoli Overview

Hingoli is an administrative district situated to the north of Marathwada in the state of Maharashtra. The district is bordered by Akola and Yavatmal towards the north, Parbhani on the western side and Nanded in the south-east.

Hingoli district is segregated into two sub-divisions, namely Hingoli and Basmath that are further divided into five talukas. Hingoli is the headquarters of Hingoli district, which is a part of both Marathwada and Aurangabad division.

Initially, Hingoli was the taluka of Parbhani district in Marathwada, and was under the regime of the Nizams. Sharing its borders with Vidarbha, Hingoli was then used as a military base and thus held great importance in the state of Hyderabad. The military troops, hospitals and veterinary hospital were all operational in Hingoli.
This former taluka had witnessed two big wars during early times, between Tipu Sultan and the Marathas in 1803 and between Nagpurkar and Bhosale in 1857.

During the reconstruction of states after independence, Marathwada was attached to the Mumbai State in 1956. In 1960, Hingoli was made a part of the Parbhani district in the state of Maharashtra. By the division of Parbhani district, Hingoli was carved out as a district on 1 May, 1999. Natives of the district normally converse either in Marathi or in Hindi.

Owing to the rich history of Hingoli, the region is home to a number of monuments and temples that are particularly of religious importance. Primarily a pilgrim destination, Hingoli is most famous for housing one of the twelve Jyotirlinga shrines, the Aundha Nagnath.

Built in the Hemadpanthi style of architecture, this Lord Shiva temple is crowded with devotees, especially during the time of Maha Shivratri. Another place of interest in Hingoli district is the Mallinath Digamber Jain Temple.

Travelling to Hingoli is easy, as buses from many cities and towns situated in the vicinity, such as Pune, Mumbai, Nagpur, Karanja, Sholapur, Wasim and Amravati, ply to the region.

Trains can also be taken to the nearby railway station of Parbhani that links the district to Delhi, Hyderabad, Mumbai and other major cities. The nearest air gateway to the district is located at a distance of 230 km, in Aurangabad. The best months to visit Hingoli are from October through March.

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Aundha Nagnath, Hingoli

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Jagdish Salunkhe

Aundha Nagnath (jyotirlingam)
Aundha Nagnath, Hingoli

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Jagdish Salunkhe

Aundha Nagnath (jyotirlingam)
Aundha Nagnath, Hingoli

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Jagdish Salunkhe

Aundha Nagnath (jyotirlingam)
Hingoli, Maharashtra

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Jagdish Salunkhe

Aundha Nagnath (jyotirlingam)

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