Sironcha is a town and the administrative headquarters of Sironcha tehsil in Gadchiroli district of Maharashtra state in central India.
Sironcha is located at 18°50′N 79°58′E / 18.83°N 79.96°E. It has an average elevation of 118 metres (390 feet).
There is a planned National highway No 16 between Nizamabad in Andhra Pradesh and Jagdalpur in Chhatisgarh State, Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh states. The construction of this National highway includes building bridges over the Pranahita and Indravati rivers. Historically Sironcha was a key location for the East India company from Nizam perspective, however it is not clear why Sironcha, a remote place, was selected. Sironcha has the look of an English village.It falls under red corridore.
Sironcha is connected by the State Road Transport services to Gadchiroli, Aheri, Chandrapur, Nagpur and Wardha. Sironcha is also connected to the Andhra Pradesh state capital Hyderabad and some popular city like Warangal, Karimnagar and Mancherial.
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