Beed District

This resource contains the information related to the Beed District and so mant tourism and travel points in the Beed District. And also history of the Beed District. There are many points to be see that are Kondoba Temple, Khazana Well, Kotwali Garte, Jama Masjit etc.....

Beed District

Beed is located central in our Maharashtra. It is on a tributary of the Krishna River and near a gap in range of low hills . In the ancient age(time) , it belonged to the Chalukya and Yadav Hindu dynasties. Beed is well known for its leathwork and the beautiful Kankaleshwar Temple. This city colleges comes under the Marathwada University. Beed District area is manily dependent on agriculture. Principal crops are taken from the farmers are Jowar, oilseeds, cotton and lentils. Some farmers are gaining the fruits like graps, watermelon etc. A signficat number of landless laboures migrate seaonally to sugar factories in the Ahmadnagar district. This district contains some irrigation projects like Majalgaon Project and Manja River Project. Manjalgaon Project on the Sindhphana river. This district contains several small irreigation projects on the tributaries add to agricultural productivity.

Original name of the Beed is Bhir. Bhir is word comes from the Parshi Language. Bhir means the water. there are 12 Jortiling are located . One of the Jortiling is located in the Parli in Beed.

Climate Of Beed

On the Deccan Plateau, Beed is situated on the banks of Bendsura River. In the summer Beed Temperature is 30'C to 40'C. In the Beed district may is hottest district. The average temperature of the district is 42'C. In the winter district, temperature range is in between 12'C to 20'c.

Attraction In Beed

Kandoba Temple
In the Beed district, it is situatd on the eastern hills. This temple is built in the Hemadpanti Style.

Khazana Well
One of the famous and historic well which situated about 6 Kilometers from the Beed City. Salabat Khan built this well in the 1583.

Jama Masjit
One of the largest mosques in Beed is Jama Majit. This masjit built in 1627. In the centre of the town this masjit is located.

Historic Gates
The Beed consist of the several gates and small forts. Some are remaining but they are availble in bad condition. One of the gate is situated in the western bank of the river Bendsura. Name of this gate is Kotwali Gate.


Guest Author: mangesh24 Apr 2011

good article man

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