Gondia district also known as Gondiya district, is a district of state of Maharashtra in India. The district headquarters are located at Gondia (Gondiya). Gondia district is a part of Nagpur division.
Geography of Gondia
Geographical area of Gondia district is 5,431 km². Gondia District is bordered by Chandrapur District in the south side, Bhandara District in the west side, Balaghat District of Madhya Pradesh in the north side and Rajnandgaon District of Chhattisgarh state in the east side.
Latitude of Gondia city : 20.39 to 21.38 North
Longitude of Gondia city : 79.27 to 80.42. East
About Gondia District
Gondia district was formed on cuspicious Maharashtra Day, May 1, 1999. It is separated from former Bhandara district. Culture of this this district is very rich and the Dander, Gondi dance, Bhajan and Keertan are the major folk-arts of this district.
Sub Division in Gondia District
In Gondia District there is 2 sub-divisions
Tahsils in Gondia District
Gondia District divide into 8 tahsils or talukas
Railway Station in Gondia District
Gondiya Junction Railway Station
Bus Station in Gondia District
Amgaon Bus Station
Goregaon Bus Station
Tiroda Bus Station
Arjuni Merogaon Bus Station
Lakhandur Bus Station
Gondiya Bus Station
Navegaon Bus Station
Tourist Place in Gondia District
Navegaon National Park
Colleges in Gondia District
Gondia Homoeopathic Medical College & Hospital
Dhote Bandhu Science College
In Gondia there are 2 medical colleges, 2 Engineering colleges, 1 polytechnic college, 5 art and commerce and science college but it lacks primary, secondary and higher educational schools. There are no well-equipped CBSE schools in Gondia.
Major Crops of Gondia District
Rice, wheat, sugarcane, tur, moong, udad and mustard are the main crops of Gondia District.