Khed (Rajgurunagar) Taluka.It is named after Indian Freedom leader Hutatma Shivram Hari Rajguru.
|• MLA||Dilip Mohite |
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Khed or Rajgurunagar is a taluka in the Khed subdivision of Pune district of the state of Maharashtra in India. Khed is the headquarter of the taluka. The taluka is known for being the birthplace of Santaji Jagnade.
In the 2001 India census, Khed Taluka had a population of 343,214, with 178,114 males (51.9%), and 165,100 females (48.1%), for a sex-ratio of 927 females per thousand males.
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