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Beed to Ulhasnagar
Updated on : Oct 22, 2016 05:13 PM
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No.412, 3rd Floor, 100 Feet Road, 4th Block, Koramangala, Bengaluru, KA 560034
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  • Sagar Travels Beed Ulhasnagar Rs.400 Sagar Travels operates 18 buses from Beed to Ulhasnagar with starting price of Rs.400. First bus starts at 07:30 PM and last bus at 11:50 PM.
  • New Om Sai Travels Beed Ulhasnagar Rs.600 New Om Sai Travels operates 1 bus from Beed to Ulhasnagar with starting price of Rs.600. First bus starts at 07:00 PM and last bus at 07:00 PM.

About Beed

Beed is a historical town located in Maharashtra and has a good historical value. There are many historical locations in this town which reflects the importance of the town today. You can visit temples fort which were built during ancient period. One such is the Kankaleshwar Temple, which is said to have built during Yadavas period. If you love architectural work, then this temple is a must to visit. The structure of the temple depicts Ellora work. Besides this temple, you can visit Jama Masjid, Shahinshah Wali Tomb and Khandoba Temple. Besides these ancient structures there are nothing much special that attracts visitors towards it. The lifestyle of people living here has a strong influence of ancient culture. During Dusshera, Khandeshwari temple holds Jatra, to attend people from different district visit the temple.

About Ulhasnagar

Ulhasnagar falls in the Thane district of Maharashtra. It has the largest settlement of Sindhi people and has the number of small business manufacturing finest denims. The suburb is not so developed but is mostly blended with small scale industries and residential. During World War II, Ulhasnagar played the role of camp accommodating 6,000 soldiers and 30,000 others. However, later it became the commercial ideal ground for Sindhis who were the victim of partition. Ulhasnagar is well developed with having educational institutes and industries. Major Sindhi festival like Chetti Chand is celebrated with great pomp. Besides few parks and entertainment area, Ulhasnagar doesn’t have much tourist sites.