|Mumbai City||Mumbai Suburban||Nagpur||Nanded||Nandurbar||Nashik||Osmanabad||Palghar|
Nanded (Marathi: नांदेड) is the headquarters of Nanded district in the Marathwada Division of the state.
Nanded is considered an important holy place for adherents of the Sikh faith, its best known landmark is the Hazur Sahib Gurudwara, a former Sikh palace. Dating back to antiquity, Nanded also has many Sufi shrines and a Hindu Renukadevi temple at Mahur.
Nanded is the second largest city Marathawada after Aurangabad. Nanded district borders Latur district and Parbhani district to the west and Yavatmal district to the north. Nanded district is one of the largest in the state, consisting of sixteen talukas. Nanded City is divided in two parts: Old Nanded (20.62 km2) north of the Godavari River, and New Nanded (31.14 km2), comprising Waghala and six other newly merged villages south of the Godavari river.
Religious Places :
Tourist Places :
Indian National Congress - Nanded District Office Bearer