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|• Body||Gram Panchayat|
|Time zone||IST (UTC+5:30)|
|Coastline||0 kilometres (0 mi)|
|Lok Sabha constituency||Jalgaon Gramin|
|Civic agency||Gram Panchayat|
|Avg. summer temperature||45 °C (113 °F)|
|Avg. winter temperature||10 °C (50 °F)|
Gadhali is a village in Jalgaon district of Maharashtra, India. It is located in the Amalner taluka, 9 km north-east of the Amalner town. It is the first place in Khandesh at which Gujarat Shravak Vanis settled. In 1804 it was plundered and its people scattered by a Pindari leader named Ghodji Bhonsle.
Gandhli Amalner and has Tapi River flowing in northern side at a distance of 7 km and has agriculture and farming as main lines of activity. It also has ancient times Jain temple and had wide presence of Gujrathi and Marwadi community during earlier days. History reveals King Shivaji having commuted to Surat via Burhanpur, Dharangaon and Gandhali. It has 300 meters height stoned base along with 7 stoned gates and 14 combating internal gateways.
One can to via State Transport bus from Amalaner named Amalaner to Jalod. Or one can go by minidoor riksha stand outside ST stand.
Near about in Diwali Gadhali village has Fair(yatra) of its own village of Kakasatmaharaj Mandhir.
Village has ancient time two Mahadev temples and two Maruti temples along with grand Vitthal - Rukhmai temple and has Kakasat Maharaj festivity as annual event. It also having Saptashrungi Devi Mandir nearly 3 km on Amalner road. Also Datta temple( Udaykal-1356).
- Ex-MP Bhausaheb K. M. Patil, the first president of Jalgaon Zilla Parishad (1962)
- Nirhatta Datta Pantha founder Madhva-Muni
Varkari education trust Chairman Vitthabuva Chaudhari has completed his primary education here. Village has primary and secondary schools and JDCC Bank branch.
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