Yawal

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Yawal(Vyasnagari)
यावल(व्यासनगरी)
city
Yawal(Vyasnagari) is located in Maharashtra
Yawal(Vyasnagari)
Yawal(Vyasnagari)
Location in Maharashtra, India
Coordinates: 21°10′00″N 75°42′00″E / 21.1667°N 75.7°E / 21.1667; 75.7Coordinates: 21°10′00″N 75°42′00″E / 21.1667°N 75.7°E / 21.1667; 75.7
Country  India
State Maharashtra
District Jalgaon
Population (2011)[1]
 • Total 36,706
Languages
 • Official Marathi
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 425301
Telephone code 02585
Vehicle registration MH-19

Yawal is a city and a municipal council in Jalgaon district in the Indian state of Maharashtra.

Description[edit]

It consists of Kingaon, Anjale, Amoda, Sakali, Faizpur, Sangavi Bk and Nhavi. This city is also called Byawal by Muslims. It has a very old fort said to have belonged to the Sansthanik Raje Nimbalkar (link) documentary proof for this. Yawal has two temples, one of which is the ancient temple of Shree Jagatguru Ved Maharshi Vyas Muni who wrote the Mahabharata, the other being the Tarkeshwar Mandir. Zhambre-Deshmukhs were the original landlords of Yawal.[citation needed] Yawal has 2 rivers (Harita and Sarita a.k.a. Hadkai and Khadkai). Gavali Wadaa has a 9–10 km long wall. It is located on the Barhanpur–Ankaleshwar State Highway 4.[citation needed] British Empire in 1885 year Simcox High School is oldest school and new name is Sane Guruji Secondary and Higher Secondary School.

The nearest airport to Yawal is Jalgaon Airport which is just 45 kilometers away. The nearest main railway station is Bhusawal.

Overview[edit]

Yawal is a Municipal Council city in district of Jalgaon, Maharashtra. The Yawal city is divided into 19 wards for which elections are held every 5 years. The Yawal Municipal Council has population of 36,706 of which 18,965 are males while 17,741 are females as per report released by Census India 2011.

Population of Children with age of 0-6 is 4755 which is 12.95 % of total population of Yawal (M Cl). In Yawal Municipal Council, Female Sex Ratio is of 935 against state average of 929. Moreover Child Sex Ratio in Yawal is around 908 compared to Maharashtra state average of 894. Literacy rate of Yawal city is 79.17 % lower than state average of 82.34 %. In Yawal, Male literacy is around 84.02 % while female literacy rate is 74.01 %.

Yawal Municipal Council has total administration over 7,363 houses to which it supplies basic amenities like water and sewerage. It is also authorize to build roads within Municipal Council limits and impose taxes on properties coming under its jurisdiction.

Caste Factor[edit]

Schedule Caste (SC) constitutes 7.56 % while Schedule Tribe (ST) were 6.70 % of total population in Yawal (M Cl).

Work Profile[edit]

Out of total population, 12,593 were engaged in work or business activity. Of this 9,819 were males while 2,774 were females. In census survey, worker is defined as person who does business, job, service, and cultivator and labour activity. Of total 12593 working population, 84.98 % were engaged in Main Work while 15.02 % of total workers were engaged in Marginal Work.

Schools and colleges[edit]

  • Kala,Vanijy Ani Vidhyan Collage
  • Sane Guruji Secondary and Higher Secondary School
  • Sarswati Vidya Mandir School
  • Bal Sanskar Vidya Mandir School
  • Sitabai Damodar Devakar School
  • Marathi School
  • Kanya School (girls only)
  • Jilya Parishad School
  • Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel English Medium School
  • Dr.Zakir Hussain School and College

Temples[edit]

  • Mahashir Vyas Mandir
  • Tarkeshwar Mandir
  • Manu Devi Mandir (Faizpur Road)
  • Shani Mandir (Santod Road)
  • Swami Narayan Mandir (Bhusawal Raod)
  • Swami Samrth Kendra (Madav Nagar)
  • Swami Samrth Kendra (Falak Nagar)
  • Sai Baba Mandir (Dhobi Wada)
  • Gajanan Maharaj Mandir (Virar Nagar)
  • Renuka Devi Mandir (Shivaji Nagar)
  • Gangeshwar Mandir (Gaga Nagar)
  • Motha Maruti Mandir (Deshamuk Wada)
  • Kalbhairav Mandir (Bus Stand)
  • Garu Datt Mandir
  • Khanderav Mandir (Pratap Nagar Or Chopda Road)
  • Panchmukhi Hanuman Mandir (Padurang Saraf Nagar)
  • Vetal Mandir (Vyas Mandir Near)

Points of interest[edit]

  • Mahashir Vyas Mandir
  • Tarkeshwar Mandir
  • Nimbalkar Raje Killa
  • Nimbalkar Buruj
  • Borawal Gate
  • Manudevi Mandir (Adgaon)
  • Satpuda Mount

List of villages in Yawal[edit]

  • Adgaon
  • Aklud
  • Ambapani
  • Amode
  • Anjale
  • Atrawal
  • Bhalod
  • Bhalshiv
  • Bhamnod
  • Bhorkhede Kh
  • Bhortek
  • Borale
  • Borawal Bk
  • Borawal Kh
  • Borkhede Bk
  • Charmali
  • Chikhali Kh
  • Chikholi Bk
  • Chincholi
  • Chitode
  • Chunchale
  • Dagadi
  • Dahigaon
  • Dambhurni
  • Dangarkuthora
  • Dongaon
  • Duskhede
  • Faizpur (rural)
  • Gadrya
  • Giradgaon
  • Hambardi
  • Haripura
  • Hingone
  • Ichkheda
  • Jamnya
  • Karanji
  • Kasarkhede
  • Kasve
  • Kathore Pr. Savada
  • Khalkot
  • Kingaon Bk
  • Kingaon Kh
  • Kolwad
  • Korpawli
  • Kosgaon
  • Langda Amba
  • Mahelkhedi
  • Malod
  • Manapur
  • Manwel
  • Marul
  • Mhaiswadi
  • Mohrale
  • Naigaon
  • Navare
  • Nhavi P Adawad
  • Nhavi Pr. Yaval
  • Nimgaon
  • Padalse
  • Parsade Bk
  • Pathrale
  • Pilode Bk
  • Pilode Kh
  • Pimpri
  • Pimprud
  • Ridhori
  • Rojore
  • Ruikhede
  • Sakali
  • Sangvi Bk
  • Sangvi Kh
  • Satod Pr Yawal
  • Savkhedesim
  • Shiragad
  • Shirsad
  • Takarkhede
  • Tembhi Kh
  • Thorgavhan
  • Tolane
  • Unthawad
  • Usmali
  • Vadhode Pr Yawal
  • Vadhode Pr. Sawada
  • Vadri Kh
  • Vaghazira
  • Vanoli
  • Viravali Bk
  • Virode
  • Waghlud
  • Waghode

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