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Mangdari is a village in Velhe Taluka in the Pune District of Maharashtra, India.[1][2][3]


Mangdari is located at 18°17′0″N 73°46′0″E / 18.28333°N 73.76667°E / 18.28333; 73.76667.[4] It has an average elevation of 549 metres.[5] It belongs to Desh or Paschim Maharashtra region.[6] It belongs to the Pune Division. It is located 32 KM towards South from district head quarters Pune. 18 KM from Velhe. 148 KM from state capital Mumbai. The total geographical area of village is 245 hectares.[7]


Marathi is the local language of Mangdari. The total population is 622 and number of houses are 116. Female population is 48.7%. Village literacy rate is 74.9% and the female literacy rate is 32.5%.[8][9]


The village was originally part of the Bhor State, under the rule of the Pantsachiv Kings. In the 1590s, majority of the land in the village was given to the Agashe gharana, as vassals to the Pantsachiv rulers, as they were occupied as the savkars (money lenders/bankers) under the Pantsachiv Kings of the Kingdom.[10][11]

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  1. ^ "About MANGDARI Village Panchayat". Area Profiler, Government of India.
  2. ^ "Zpps Mangdari School Pune, Maharashtra". iCBSE.
  3. ^ "Total Habitations with 100% population coverage other than Quality as on 01/04/2010". Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation, Government of India.
  4. ^ "Mangdari". Google Maps.
  5. ^ "Mangdari Weather - AccuWeather Forecast for Maharashtra India". AccuWeather.
  6. ^ "Map of Mangdari Village in Velhe Tehsil, Pune, Maharashtra". Archived from the original on 2017-08-14. Retrieved 2018-09-21.
  7. ^ "Mangdari Village in Velhe (Pune) Maharashtra |".
  8. ^ "Mangdari Village in Velhe (Pune) Maharashtra |".
  9. ^ "Mangdari Village Population - Velhe - Pune, Maharashtra". Archived from the original on 2017-11-06. Retrieved 2018-09-21.
  10. ^ Ranade 1974, मांगदरी घराण्याचे इतिहास.
  11. ^ Agashe, Trupti; Agashe, Gopal (2006). "Mangdari Gharana" [The House of Mangdari]. In Wad, Mugdha (ed.). Agashe Kulvrutant [The Agashe Family Genealogy] (in Marathi) (2nd ed.). Hyderabad: Surbhi Graphics. ISBN 978-1-5323-4500-5. Archived from the original on 2018-09-15. Retrieved 2018-09-21.