Location in Maharashtra, India
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As of 2011 India census, Dondaicha-Warwade had a population of 46,767. Males constitute 52% of the population and females 48%. Dondaicha-Warwade has an average literacy rate of 71%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 77% and, female literacy is 65%. In Dondaicha-Warwade, 14% of the population is under 6 years of age.
This town has a great modern history: there is Municipal Council since British government. The first train came here in year 1905 and it is still a major station on the Surat-Bhusawal railway line. In British government, Britain used this place as go-downs for their trade goods and later it became a main trade centre. It is famous for production and market of chillies.
This town also consists of several Religious places such as :
Gopal Krishna Mandir is a 75-year-old temple. It was established in British Raj by Shankar Maharaj. Every year a fair of kirtans and bhajans is held in this temple since 75 years.
Though Dondaicha is not a Taluka place, still there is Municipal Council existing since 1952. On account of its location and population most of the Administrative facility. Educational facilities, Medical facilities, National Banking facilities, Magistrative Court, Nayab Tahasil office, Private Hospital’s and sub District Hospital are also available. Demographically Dondaicha is having mixed population and people are Harmoniously living together.
This town is also well known for its good educational facilities. As it's a centre place for many of the villages an accessible with easy transport, it has become a basic educational hub in Dhule district. It contains many educational institutes right from play schools up to graduate levels which are as follows :
Articles (arranged alphabetically) related to India or Indian culture include:
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People are listed by their first names.Khandeshi language
Khandeshi is an Indo-Aryan language in the Maharashtra state of India. It is spoken in the Khandesh region, wedged between the territory of Bhili and that of Marathi. It consists of Khandeshi proper, and the Dangri and Ahirani dialects. The words "Ahirani" and "Khandeshi" are sometimes used interchangeably: Ahirani as the caste-based name (after Ahirs), and Khandesh as the region-based name.Sindkheda
Shindkheda is a taluka in the Dhule district of Khandesh region of Maharashtra state in India. The city is situated on the west side of the Burai River.
The name Sindkheda derives from the many 'Shindi' trees ('Shindi' trees look like Coconut or Palm trees), so the kheda (place) full of Shindi trees is named after it – Shinkheda or Sindkhed.
Rajani Anil Wankhede is President of Sindkheda City Council.