Babhulwade

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Babhulwade
बाभुळवाडे
Village
Babhulwade is located in Maharashtra
Babhulwade
Babhulwade
Coordinates: 19°03′02″N 74°18′54″E / 19.050557°N 74.315000°E / 19.050557; 74.315000Coordinates: 19°03′02″N 74°18′54″E / 19.050557°N 74.315000°E / 19.050557; 74.315000
Country India
State Maharashtra
District Ahmednagar
Taluka Parner
ISO 3166 code +91 - 24488

Babhulwade (Marathi: बाभुळवाडे), is a village in Parner taluka in Ahmednagar district of state of Maharashtra, India.[1] It is a village located on intersection of Shirur - Kalyan (State Highway 51). It is famous about Swayambhu Shree Kedareshwar Temple The population of Babhulwade is 2,500 (2012).

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The majority of the population in the village is Hindu.

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The majority of the population has farming as their primary occupation.

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