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|• Total||3.88 km2 (1.50 sq mi)|
|Elevation||25 m (82 ft)|
|• Density||190/km2 (490/sq mi)|
|Time zone||IST (UTC+5:30)|
Kondivali is located on the Jagbudi River, 7 km southwest of the town of Khed, via the bridge over the Jagbudi River. Villages between Kondivali and Khed are Bhoste, Arsuray and Nilik. The village of Shiv Budruk is located 3 km. southeast along the river.
The Muslims are the landlords in Kondivali, but now most of them work abroad, or in other places in India. Other sects are engaged in agriculture and service. The district reported that 54.3% of the total populace were employed in agricultural activity.
Earlier travel to Kondivali was by boat or by walking, bicycle.Nowadays rickshaw or private car is in action. There is government bus service. Rentals are not available in Kondivali.
Kondivali consists of 153 households with a population of 739.[year not stated in source] The dominate surnames of the community are Potrick and Metkar. In Kondivali the main religions are Islam, Hinduism and Buddhism. All live in communal harmony.
Kondivali has an active gram panchayat role in its development. It has a dam which impounds the Kondivali Reservoir which helps in irrigation not only in Kondivali, but also in neighboring villages. It has access to cable network, mobile phones network, mobile internet connection. It has a sub post office, but the nearest post office is in the village of Shiv Budruk. 100% of the houses are provided with electricity.
Kondivali has many gardens of mango, coconut and cashew trees.It has a huge dam giving ample amount of water to civilians and neighbors,beside it serve as a picnic spot for lots of peoples around the khed taluka. Konkan railway run amid of the village passing through the tunnels and over the bridge attracts people to its beauty. When it about sports it has a huge well structured and well maintained cricket ground where hard ball tournaments take place every year.
- "Directory of Villages and Towns - Directory 15". Ratnagirir District.