Kanse

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Kanse
village
Country  India
State Maharashtra
Languages
 • Official Marathi
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)

Kanse is a village located in Ambegaon tehsil in Pune district, Maharashtra state in India.

Kanse and Shinoli are 2 villages separated by Ghod river. Most of the resident population is Maratha's and the native language is Marathi. The village economy is dependent on farming. Poultry is another big business in Kanse. Major crops are sugar cane, potatoes, onions, jowar and bajra. Borhade families happen to constitute the majority of the population in Kanse and Shinoli. Kanse Village awarded with best grampanchayat under gramswachyata abhiyan. The temple of Kalbhairavnath is gram daivat of all villagers. The annual yatra of Kalbhairavnath held on Chaitra Sudhha Ashtami. Mohwadi, Malwadi, Waghwadi, Walunjwadi are the wadi's of Village Kanse. Many villagers shifted to Mumbai (specially in Ghatkopar area) in search of work. Godrej and Boyce Mfg. Co.Ltd is the major employer for these villagers. contents edited by keshav borhade.

Bhimashankar is about an hour-long drive from Kanse.

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{{Pune-geo-stub} Kanse Village nature is very beautiful as village surrounded by Irrigation canal, String from hills and Ghod River. So weather controlled and maintained at standard level.