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|• Type||Maharashtra State Government|
|• Body||Bhartiya Janata Party|
|Elevation||500 m (1,600 ft)|
|Time zone||IST (UTC+5:30)|
The city Badnera is situated at 800km east of Mumbai and 150km in the west of Nagpur.
Badnera has two parts named as Juni Basti (Old Town) and nai Basti (New Town).
Juni Basti is famous for the Dargah of Hazrat Almas Shah Urf Kamli Wale Bawa.
Every year Urs is celebrated in the month of April and May.
Badnera is also known for Hindu Muslim Unity.
People belonging to both the communities live here peacefully and co-operate with one another.
Ziri locality is one of the well developed and famous area in (New Town) Badnera, because of the temple of Dutta and the temple of Shri Ram. Belora Airport is also the nearest airport from Badnera, which is just 4 km away. The nearest Tiger Reserve from badnera is 'Melghat Tiger Reserve'
Rail:Badnera Railway Station is major railway station in Amravati. All major trains stop here, It is situated on the Howrah-Nagpur-Mumbai line, Badnera railway station, a junction station, offers connections to Pune,Nagpur,Mumbail and a link towards Amravati and another branch line to narkhed which connect Howrah-Nagpur-Mumbai line and Delhi-Chennai line.
1.Prof.Ram Meghe Institute of Technology & Research
3.RDIK and NKD Mahavidyalaya
4.Sipna College of Engineering and Technology
5.Prof Ram Meghe College of Engineering & Management, Badnera-Amravati
6.G H Raisoni college of engineering and technology
8.Mahatma Gandhi school
9.Rashtramata Jiju D. Ed. College
10.Rajeev Gandhi D E D College
1. Dr. Muralidhar Deo
late Dr. Muralidhar Deo has spend his whole life in doing social service by helping poor and needy peoples. He established his medical clinic on ground floor of his bungalow named 'Devghar' and worked hard to provide medical service 24X7 to poor and needy peoples. He earned name in surrounding villages and he is well-known personality of Badnera.
2. Veer Vishwanath Vanve -
late Veer Vishwanath Vanve, a great patriot born in Badnera and who laid down his life in war against Pakistan and in his honor Mahatma Gandhi School established his statue in its playground which gives message of patriotism to the students.
The assembly constituency of Badnera is a part of Amravati parliamentary constituency. It was for the first time that an independent candidate won from the constituency. Ravi Rana, an independent candidate won the 2009 assembly elections and is the present MLA.
He defeated his nearest rival Sulabha Sanjay Khodke of NCP with a huge margin. Rana received 73031 votes as against Khodke's 54260 votes.He again defeated Mr. Sanjay Raosaheb Band of Shiv Sena. Rana received 46827 votes as against BAnd's 39408 votes.
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