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Dhule to Banswara
Updated on : Oct 21, 2016 08:06 AM
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About Dhule

Dhule is one of the well organized and developed cities in Maharashtra. Located on the banks of River Tapi, it is the house of major district office. The city is located on the border of Nashik and Jalgaon. It is surrounded by the beautiful Satpuda Hill Range. With having its location on the National Highway, Dhule is popular stop for tuckers carrying goods to other cities. The city was designed by Sir Vishweshwaraya and is well known for some educational institutes built around. Dhule is developing in a rapid phase with institutes and sports stadium coming in the city. Tourist locations in Dhule are: Bhamer Fort, Songir Fort, Nizampur, Shirud Temple and Indave Temple

About Banswara

Banswara is a district in Rajasthan. The town is known as ‘City of Hundred Islands’ due to different islands spread in Mahi River. The culture and tradition followed in Banswara is tribal which is also being followed in other towns of Rajasthan. Banswara is also called as little Kashi, because there are 11 shivalingas. Natural beauty and ancient temples are spread across the district. Moreover, the district is famous for Baneshwar Fair; the biggest tribal fair celebrated in the month of February and is being witnessed by many tribal coming from other district. Other fairs celebrated are Ghotia Amba Fair, Paryushan and Mangarh. Some of the must visit locations here are: Talwara, Arthuna Temples, Jain Temples and few others.