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Amgaon

Amgaon
आमगाव
town
Amgaon is located in Maharashtra
Amgaon
Amgaon
Location in Maharashtra, India
Coordinates:
Country  India
State Maharashtra
District Gondia
Elevation 211 m (692 ft)
Languages
 • Official Marathi
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 441902
Nearest city Gondia

Amgaon is a town and a Tehsil in Deori subdivision of Gondia district in Nagpur Division in the Berar region in the state of Maharashtra, India. Amgaon is believed as the birthplace of well known Sanskrit poet Bhavabhuti. kali ma temple is famous in amgaon, in every navratra festival almost 5,000 to 6,ooo people gather in this temple.

Contents

  • About Amgaon 1
  • How To Reach Amgaon 2
  • By Rail 3
  • By Road 4
  • By Airports 5
  • Colleges near Amgaon 6
  • Description 7
  • Geography 8
  • Location 9
  • Economy 10
  • External links 11
  • Education 12
  • Place to Visit 13
  • Cities 14
  • Talukas 15
  • References 16

About Amgaon

Amgaon is a City in Amgaon Taluka in Gondia District of Maharashtra State, India. It belongs to Vidarbh region . It belongs to Nagpur Division . It is located 24 km towards East from District headquarters Gondia. It is a Taluka headquarters. Amgaon Pin code is 441902 and postal head office is Amgaon . Jamkhari ( 4 km ), Zaliya ( 4 km ),Sioni ( 5 km ), Salekasa ( 17 km ), Kattipar ( 7 km ), Kawarabandh ( 8 km ) are the nearby Villages to Amgaon. Amgaon is surrounded by Salekasa Taluka towards East, Goregaon Taluka towards west, Gondia Taluka towards west, Lanji Taluka towards East . Gondiya, Dongargarh, Tirora, Balaghat are the nearby Cities to Amgaon. Amgaon is interesting city in the India because you can see different cultures due to Madhya Pradesh and Chhatisgarh border nearby to Amgaon. There are many places to visit nearby Amgaon like Dongargadh, Hajrafall in Darekasa, Nagzira Abhyaranya National Park, Birsi Airport, etc. Amgaon is believed as the birthplace of well-known Sanskrit poet Bhavabhuti. As per provisional census of 2011 Amgaon. has 1987 households and population of 10200 of which 5133 are Male and 5067 Female. Postal PIN Code for Branch Post Office Amgaon. is 441902 shared with other 17 villages. Amgaon is surrounded by Salekasa Taluka towards East, Goregaon Taluka towards west, Gondia Taluka towards west, Lanji Taluka towards East. Gondiya, Dongargarh, Tirora, Balaghat are the nearby Cities to Amgaon.

Demographics of Amgaon Marathi is the Local Language here.

How To Reach Amgaon

From Gondia, Amgaon is 25 km near around away. Bus Service and Rail Transportation is available for Amgaon. Shared taxis called Kali Pili are also available if you prefer.Road Distance or driving distance from Nagpur to Amgaon is 169 km (105.00 miles). For customizing your travel journey you might consider adding some stop over points or adding some night stops here. Your total travel time is approximately 2 hour(s) 33 min(s); which may vary depending upon the road and traffic conditions.

By Rail

Amgaon Rail Way Station, is also known as "MODERN RAILWAY STATION" Rishama.Gondia and Durg are two nearby major junction. Durg 107 km and Gondia Jn. is 23 km from Amgon railway station.Amgaon Rail Way Station, Dhanoli Rail Way Station are the very nearby railway stations to Amgaon. Gondia Jn Rail Way Station (near to Gondiya), Rail Way Station (near to Gondiya) are the Rail way stations reachable from near by towns. However Durg Rail Way Station is major railway station 107 km near to Amgaon. Amgaon- 1 km Dhanoli- 8 km Gudma- 12 km Salekasa- 15 km

By Road

Gondiya-Amgaon Highway from Gondia Amgaon is 25 km long. From National Highway No.6 Mumai-Calcutta way Deori stop it is 35 km long.From National Highway No.6 Mumai-Calcutta way Deori stop it is 35 km long. Gondiya are the nearby by towns to Amgaon having road connectivity to Amgaon

By Airports

  • Nagpur Airport - 77 km via Chandrapur - Umred road
  • Sonegaon Airport- 157 km
  • Raipur Airport- 159 km
  • Jabalpur Airport- 169 km
  • Bhopal Airport- 423 km

Colleges near Amgaon


Sivprasad Sadanad Jaiswal College Arjuni/mor Address : Arjuni /mor Railway Station Near About S.s.jaiswal College
P.d.jr.college Address : Yerandi Mahagon
G.e.s Junior Collage Address : G.e.s Junior Collage Rawanwadi
Lokmanya Tilak Collagge Of Art Address : At-post-kokna/jami. tah.sadak/arjuni dist-gondia
Shyama Prasad Mahagaon Address : Mahagaon Schools in Amgaon
Aadarsh Vidyalay Amgaon Address : amgaon, amgaon, gondiya, Maharashtra . PIN- 441902, Post - Amgaon
Vidhya Niketan Madyamik,u Address : amgaon, amgaon, gondiya, Maharashtra . PIN- 441902, Post - Amgaon
Z.p.high Schoolamgaon Address : amgaon, amgaon, gondiya, Maharashtra . PIN- 441902, Post - Amgaon
K.k.convent Address : amgaon, amgaon, gondiya, Maharashtra . PIN- 441902, Post - Amgaon
Rahul Pri.sch. Address : amgaon, amgaon, gondiya, Maharashtra . PIN- 441902, Post - Amgaon

Colleges in Amgaon

1)BHAVBHUTI MAHAVIDYAVAYA AMGAON, 4)LAXMANRAO MANKAR COLLEGE OF POLYTECHNIC, PHARMARCY, D. Ed., 2)VIDYANIKETAN MAHAVIDYAVAYA AMGAON, 3)ADARSH MAHAVIDYALAYA AMGAON.

Description

Taluka Name : Amgaon District : Gondia State : Maharashtra Region : Vidarbha Division : Nagpur Language : Marathi

Elevation / Altitude: 317 meters. Above Seal level Telephone Code / Std Code: 07189 Pin Code : 441902 Post Office Name : Amgaon Amgaon current Weather Current Temperature is 30 °C

Humidity: 46% Wind : From West at 7 kph observeed on Tue Time: 07:54:07 Amgaon Weather Forecast for Next 3 days Wednesday clear 12 °C to 28 °C Thursday partlycloudy 14 °C to 29 °C Friday partlycloudy 14 °C to 30 °C

Taluka Name : Amgaon District : Gondia State : Maharashtra Region : Vidarbh Division : Nagpur Language : Marathi Time zone: IST (UTC+5:30) Elevation / Altitude: 317 meters. Above Seal level Telephone Code / Std Code: 07189 Pin Code : 441902 Post Office Name : Amgaon

Geography

It is located at at an elevation of 211 m from MSL.[1]

Location

Amgaon is 150 km from Nagpur, on Kurla - Howrah railway line. It is near the border of Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh.

Amgaon Railway Station (code AGN) is under Nagpur Division of South East Central Railway.

It is well connected via road with District Place and also with national high No. 6 at deori which is 35 km from Amgaon.

Economy

Amgaon is informally known as the Rice city. There are around 40 rice mills in the area. Various Usna Rice industries are here. Usna rice is mainly sold to other states.

External links

  • Wikimapia
  • Satellite map of Amgaon

Education

There are several colleges and schools in Amgaon. Laxmanrao Mankar group of college, Vidya Niketan education group and Swami Vivekananda education group are best for studies.

Place to Visit

  • Jamkhari Hanumanji Temple is the place where people used to go there on Tuesday & Saturday every week.
  • Raipur- 156 km
  • Malhi Farm is the place where people can go and plan for the picnic. It is just nearby the Bagh River.
  • Bagh River is the river which is separates two state. Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh.
  • Mahadev Pahadi is the famous place in Amgaon. There is famous temple on the top of hill.
  • Birsi Temple is the place where people used to go there on time of Navratri. It's 9 days festival which Indians celebrates in different places. Birsi temple is one of them.
  • Rajnandgaon- 82 km
  • Bhandara- 88 km
  • Durg- 107 km
  • Pench National Park- 110 km
  • Kanha National park- 117 km

(Info Updated by Kishor Uprade, Rahul.k)

Cities

Gondiya- 24 km Dongargarh- 49 km Tirora- 52 km Balaghat- 59 km

Talukas

Amgaon- 0 km Salekasa- 15 km Goregaon- 20 km Gondia- 24 km jamkhari 4 km

References


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local libraryUtil = require('libraryUtil') local checkType = libraryUtil.checkType local mArguments -- lazily initialise Module:Arguments local yesno -- lazily initialise Module:Yesno

local p = {}


-- Helper functions


local function getArgs(frame) -- Fetches the arguments from the parent frame. Whitespace is trimmed and -- blanks are removed. mArguments = require('Module:Arguments') return mArguments.getArgs(frame, {parentOnly = true}) end

local function removeInitialColon(s) -- Removes the initial colon from a string, if present. return s:match('^:?(.*)') end

function p.findNamespaceId(link, removeColon) -- Finds the namespace id (namespace number) of a link or a pagename. This -- function will not work if the link is enclosed in double brackets. Colons -- are trimmed from the start of the link by default. To skip colon -- trimming, set the removeColon parameter to true. checkType('findNamespaceId', 1, link, 'string') checkType('findNamespaceId', 2, removeColon, 'boolean', true) if removeColon ~= false then link = removeInitialColon(link) end local namespace = link:match('^(.-):') if namespace then local nsTable = mw.site.namespaces[namespace] if nsTable then return nsTable.id end end return 0 end

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  1. ^ http://www.fallingrain.com/world/IN/16/Amgaon.html Map and weather of Amgaon
2. http://www.onefivenine.com/india/villages/Gondia/Amgaon/Amgaon
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