Parola, Maharashtra

Parola is a city and a municipal council in Jalgaon district in the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is located on the Hajira (Surat)–DhuleKolkatta national highway 6. The municipal council was established by the British government before the independence of India.


Parola is located in Maharashtra
Location in Maharashtra, India
Coordinates: 20°53′N 75°07′E / 20.88°N 75.12°ECoordinates: 20°53′N 75°07′E / 20.88°N 75.12°E
Country India
 • BodyMunicipal Council
261 m (856 ft)
 • Total34,800
 • OfficialMarathi
Time zoneUTC+5:30 (IST)
ISO 3166 codeIN-MH
Vehicle registrationMH 19


Parola is located at 20°53′N 75°07′E / 20.88°N 75.12°E.[1] It has an average elevation of 261 metres (856 feet).


As of 2001 India census,[2] Parola had a population of 34,800. Males constitute 52% of the population and females 48%. Parola has an average literacy rate of 69%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 76%, and female literacy is 61%. In Parola, 13% ofpopulation is under 6 years of age.



Parola is on Asian Highway 46 (NH 6),well connected to Jalgaon,Dhule,Nasik,Nagpur,Pune, Mumbai and major cities of India like Surat,Ahmedabad and Kolkata.


Nearest railway station is Amalner on Western Railway ,distance about 20 km.

  • Pachora Station distance 45 km in Central Railway


Nearest airport is Dhule, Nearest international airport is Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport Mumbai. Jalgaon Airport (ICAO: VAJL) is a public airport located off State Highway 186, 6 Kilometres South-East of the town of Jalgaon, in the Nashik Division of Maharashtra, India.

Famous people

  • Mr. Sadashivrao Nevadkar established the city around the 17th-18th century. He was a cousin of the Great King of Jhansi Mr. Gangadharrao Nevadkar (the husband of Rani Laxmibai). King Gangadhar gifted the city of Parola to Sadashivrao as a jagir. Mr. Sadashivrao built the fort in Parola as well as five big gates called Darwajas. The fort and Delhi Darwaja still exist.
  • Shri Hari Narayan Apte: a famous Marathi writer who was born in Parola and then moved to Pune.
  • Dr. Avinash Kumar Jha: doctor, helping poor people and quickly achieving fame in Parola, but died due to illness in January 2001.
  • Krushanakant Jivanlal Gujarathi had great work in education system because of his work Government felicitated him by Aadharsh Shikshak; he is vice chairmen in Balaji shikshan Pratishan Parola .

Dr Anuja Khade She is a very famous dentist from parola now practicing in Pune.She belongs to moharir family of parola,her grandfather was famous doctor of that time and served people of parola throughtout his life.

History Of Balaji Temple

Because of the committed administrations of different religious fans and their approval gave on them Parola is currently famously known as the reverential city. Its 345 years back that Shree Balaji (the God Almighty) first touched base here. Shri Giridharshet Shimpi an extraordinary lover of Shree used to go from the age of 15 till he achieved 85 years old by walking to Tirupati consistently to pay his reverence to the incredible Almighty. At last, at 85 years old he bade a sad farewell to Shree arguing that age had beaten him and he may never again have the capacity to visit him. On his way back to his extraordinary amazement Shree showed up before him and said that he was going with him. Overpowered Giridharshet came back to Parola offering his supplications and singing gestures of recognition of the master up and down the way. Being wealthy he has begun performing religious customs and contributions to the ruler like that in Tirupati. The then landowner Shri Nevadkar offered to assemble a tremendous sanctuary of the divinity. The ruler again showed up before him in his fantasies and uncovered his craving to remain among fans and not to bother them. Later on, Giridharshet began the Navratra celebration with extraordinary commitment and in a conventional way.


The Balaji Temple in Parola.

Parola is famous for Shree Balaji. Shree Balaji first arrived in Parola 345 years ago. It is a very old temple with a huge stone entrance called "Nagarkhana" and in front of the temple there is "Garudadhwaj". Every year, there is a procession for Shree Balaji which is very famous in Maharashtra and people gather to see the procession.

Parola is also famous for the fort, built by Khander rao around the 16th century. Madkay maroti is also famous temple in Parola

  • In Parola, there is Old Jain Temple For Jainam. 16 No Bhagawan Shri Shantinath Bhagwan Derasahr maybe 1500 year old Murti nd 150 year old Shikharband Derasahr under by Kutchi Dasa Oswal Swetamber Trust


  1. ^ Falling Rain Genomics, Inc - Parola
  2. ^ "Census of India 2001: Data from the 2001 Census, including cities, villages and towns (Provisional)". Census Commission of India. Archived from the original on 16 June 2004. Retrieved 1 November 2008.

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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.

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Parola Tank Museum

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Parola, Maharashtra, a city in the Indian state of Maharashtra

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Parola di ladro (Honour Among Thieves), a 1957 Italian comedy film

Satish Bhaskarrao Patil

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