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Administrative divisions of state Maharashtra and 35 districts of Maharashtra state
In this resource we have given information about Administrative divisions of state Maharashtra. we have also provided the list of all districts in Maharashtra state according to their location on map of Maharashtra state.
Administrative Divisions of state Maharashtra
Maharashtra state, a state which lying on the middle-western of country India. Maharashtra state covers
700 km western beach of Arabian Sea
. There are 35 districts in Maharashtra having specified by six administrative divisions i.e. 35 districts of maharashtra has divided into 6 regions to obtain their location and government/administration purpose.
Six Administrative Divisions of Maharashtra
1] Vidarbha (Nagpur Division)
2] Vidarbha (Amravati Division)
3] Marathwada (Aurangabad Division)
4] Konkan (Konkan Division)
5] Khandesh (Nashik Division)
6] Western Maharashtra (Pune Division)
Locations on Map of six administrative divisions of Maharashtra state.
1] Vidhabha (Nagpur Divison) - Nagpur Divison, which is known as Vidharbha is located at Eastern-North corner of state maharashtra on map. Nagpur is one of the largest city/district in India. The districts which falls in Vidharbha (Nagpur) region, are as follows,
2] Vidharbha (Amravati Division) - Amravati district, which is the head of Amravati division, is located near to Nagpur district.
In Amravati region following districts is involved.
3] Marathwada (Aurangabad Division) -
Marathwada is the heart of Maharashtra state
which is exactly middle on the map of Maharashtra state. Aurangabad is the head of Marathwada division, has included following districts.
4] Kokan (Mumbai Division) - Kokan is the western out lines of state Maharashtra. Kokan is based near to Arabian sea and thus about
700 KM border of state Maharashtra
is beach in which Kokan is involved only!
In Kokan division, following districts has included.
Mumbai Suburban (Mumbai Upanagar)
5] Khandesh (Nashik Division) - Nashik, one of the largest and famous tourist place in Maharashtra falls in Khandesh region of the state. Nasik is the
head of Khandesh division of Maharashtra
In Khandesh division, following districts are included,
6] Western Zone (Pune Division) - Pune is the head of Pune division. As Pune district or city is the largest city in India and also a famous tourist, historical and
educational portal of India
In Pune region, following districts are included.
Those are the Administrative Divisions of Maharashtra states which includes
35 districts of maharashtra
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