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Pimpalgaon Baswant पिंपळगाव बसवंत is a town in Nashik district, Maharashtra, India. It lies 30 km north of Nashik on the National Highway 3 NH3. It is well connected with a six lane motorway with Nasik. Its geographical coordinates are 20° 10' 0" North, 73° 59' 0" East. It is situated on the banks of a small river Parashari. It derives its name Baswant from the local deity Baswanteshwar located inside the old town, this also helps to distinguish Pimpalgaon from other towns having the same name.
Pimpalgaon Baswant, like most other towns in this region of Nasik District is famous for its agricultural produce and has an agrarian economy. It is very famous for variety of grapes, tomatoes, onions and raisins it produces and exports. Grampanchayat (local civic administration) prides itself as one of the richest of its kind in Asia. Farmers of Pimpalgaon Baswant are famous for experimental farming of grapes adopting new methods and improving technology.
- Pincode: 422209
- Taluka: Niphad
- District: Nashik
- State: Maharashtra
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