Manegaon, Maharashtra

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Manegaon is located in Maharashtra
Manegaon is located in India
Location in Maharashtra, India
Coordinates: 20°56′42″N 76°27′51″E / 20.9451°N 76.4642°E / 20.9451; 76.4642Coordinates: 20°56′42″N 76°27′51″E / 20.9451°N 76.4642°E / 20.9451; 76.4642
Country  India
State Maharashtra
District Buldhana
Population (2011)
 • Total 888
 • Official Marathi
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 443403
ISO 3166 code IN-MH
Vehicle registration MH-28

Manegaon is a village and Gram panchayat in Jalgaon Jamod tehsil of Buldhana of Maharashtra. Situated on the right bank of river Purna, it serves as a gateway to Jalgaon Jamod tehsil as one travels from State Highway 196 from Nandura to Jalgaon Jamod. Its location attached to a state highway makes it an important place for other villages in vicinity for transportation to other places. From the British Raj to the recent past, it was popularly known as 8th mile, as it was situated at a distance of eight miles from both Nandura and Jalgaon Jamod.

Manegaon is a small village having a population of 888 individuals with total 211 families as per census 2011.[1] Agriculture is the main occupation of people; however, some brick-making plants on the bakns of river Purna and some kiosks on the state highway help the economy a bit.

As of 1976 Gazette, Manegaon has around 2262 Arces of agriculture land and 214 agriculturist in 105 houses. Nandura is nearby railway station and Asalgaon is nearby weekly bazar held on Tuesday. There is a primary School, a temple, a libaray and Cooperative Society.[2]


  1. ^ "Census 2011". 
  2. ^ "Buldhana District Gazetter, 1976". Government of Maharashtra, Mumbai. Retrieved 1 February 2010. 

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