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Nandurbar to Ulhasnagar
Updated on : Oct 27, 2016 08:12 AM
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No.412, 3rd Floor, 100 Feet Road, 4th Block, Koramangala, Bengaluru, KA 560034
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  • Sharpline Tours And Travels Nandurbar Ulhasnagar Rs.450 Sharpline Tours And Travels operates 8 buses from Nandurbar to Ulhasnagar with starting price of Rs.450. First bus starts at 06:45 PM and last bus at 06:45 PM.
  • Sairaj Travels Nandurbar Ulhasnagar Rs.700 Sairaj Travels operates 4 buses from Nandurbar to Ulhasnagar with starting price of Rs.700. First bus starts at 06:30 PM and last bus at 06:30 PM.

About Nandurbar

Nandurbar is a city in Maharashtra and is an historical place. The city is known for some hill stations and fort which are spread across city. One such is the Manik Chowk which was built for the memory of student who was murdered by a British inspector. One can also pay a visit to hill station called Toranmal which is being visited by many tourists. Nandurbar is known for many temples and shrines built around. Some of these are Dakshin Kasi, Narayan Pur, Toranmal Shiva Temple, Dattatreya Temple and many others. Nandurbar is presently growing and many industries are coming up. These industries are helping in better economy of the city.

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.