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About the Wardha district

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Brief About Wardha District

The existing Wardha district was part of Nagpur district till 1862. Further it was separated for convenient administrative purpose and Kawatha near Pulgaon was the district Head quarter. In the year 1866, the district head quarter moved at Palakwadi.

Wardha district is located on the north-eastern side of Maharashtra state. The district formed part of the Nagpur district till 1962 ; subsequently it was made a separate district.

Wardha district lies between 20 18’ North and 21 21’ North latitudes and 78 4’ East to 79 15’ east longitudes.

It is bounded on the west and north by Amravati district on the south by Yavatmal district, on the south east by Chandrapur district and on the east by Nagpur district. The boundaries with the Amravati and Yeotmal districts are identified by the river Wardha.

Area and Administrative Divisions

Wardha district is a part of the Nagpur Revenue division along with Bhandara, Gadchiroli, Chandrapur and Nagpur districts.

The district covers an area of 6309 sq. km, which is 2 % of the area of Maharashtra State.

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