Chandur Biswa

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Chandur Biswa
Biswa Bridge
village
Chandur Biswa is located in Maharashtra
Chandur Biswa
Chandur Biswa
Chandur Biswa is located in India
Chandur Biswa
Chandur Biswa
Location in Maharashtra, India
Coordinates: 20°53′7″N 76°20′19″E / 20.88528°N 76.33861°E / 20.88528; 76.33861Coordinates: 20°53′7″N 76°20′19″E / 20.88528°N 76.33861°E / 20.88528; 76.33861
Country  India
State Maharashtra
Languages
 • Official Marathi
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)

Chandur Biswa is a village in Nandura tehsil of Buldhana district, Maharashtra State, India.

There is small railway station, namely Biswa Bridge, located between Nandura and Malkapur on the BhusawalBadnera section of Bhusawal division of Central Railway.

Demographics[edit]

As of 2001 India census,[1] Chandur Biswa had a population of .

Description[edit]

The town's post office Postal Index Number (PIN code) is 443401 and PIN is shared with the Dhanora Vitali, Jigaon, Mamulwadi, and Mominabad post offices.[2]

Nearby villages are Wadner Vitali, Jigaon, Mamulwadi, Mominabad. Nearby towns are Malkapur on the east and Nandura on the west. One most famous Freedom fighter shri. Jagdavrao Patil from Chandur Biswa. It is the birthplace of Patil and it is said that he worked with Great freedom fighter Bhaget sing because in history a person named Sadashivrao Malkapukar is Jagdavaroa Patil. He opened a school for orphaned children in biswa, and one great thing is that a Newspaper named Ankur was started. I think Ankur is first Newspaper in Buldhana Dis. They fought against the British. Jagdavro is also a very good poet. They write so many poems. They have four children. They have great command of Bhagvatgita reading. One beautiful High school is in biswa, named Yeshwant High School .[3]

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