Hingoli district is an administrative district in the state of Maharashtra in India. The district headquarters are located at Hingoli.
Geography of Hingoli
Borders of Hingoli are surrounded by Akola and Yevotmal in northern side, Nanded at south-eastern side and Parbhani in western side. This district is a part of Aurangabad division. This district covers the 4526 sq. kms. area.
Main Rivers : Painganga river, Purna River, Kayadhu River
Dams in Hingoli District
Upper Painganga Dam
Latitude of Hingoli city : 19.43 N
Longitude of Hingoli city : 77.11 E
About Hingoli District
Hingoli District came into existence by division of Parbhani district on 1st may 1999. One of the twelve Jyotirlinga shrines, the Aundha Nagnath is located in Hingoli district.
The main folk-arts of the region are Gondhal, Shahiri and Bharud. Hingoli District is well-known for its production of jowar and cotton.
Sub Division in Hingoli District
In Hingoli district there is 2 sub division
Tahsils in Hingoli District
Hingoli District divide into 5 tahsils or talukas
Railway Station in Hingoli District
Hingoli Deccan Railway Station
Sirli Railway Station
Basmat Railway Station
Dhamni Railway Station
Nandapur Railway Station
Bolda Railway Station
Chondi Railway Station
Marsul Railway Station
Bus Station in Hingoli District
Basmat Bus Station
Kalamnuri Bus Station
Hingoli Bus Station
Sengaon Bus Station
Tourist Place in Hingoli District
Sant Namdev Sansthan
Mallinath Digambar Jain Temple
Colleges in Hingoli District
Late Baburao Patil Arts College
Shantabai Bapurao Patil Law college
Shri.Sant Gadge Maha. B.Ed.Co.
Adarsh Shikshan Sanstha's Art's, Science and Commerce College
Shri Shivaji S.P. Mahavidyalaya,
Priyadarshini Seva Sanstha's Late Dr Shankarrao Satav College of Education ( B.Ed., M.Ed. & D.Ed.)
Subhedar Ramji Ambedkar College of Physical