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Sangli district, is a district of Maharashtra state in west-central India. Sangli city is the district headquarters. Sangli, Miraj are the largest cities.The industrial town of Kirloskarwadi is also located in the Sangli.It is distinguished for production and trade of turmeric. Sangli is situated on the banks of river Krishna and is the largest market place for turmeric in Asia and houses many sugar factories. The Ganesha Temple of Sangli is a historical landmark of the city and is visited by thousands of pilgrims.
The valley of the River Krishna and its tributaries offer many irrigation and agricultural advantages which drives Economy of the district and the city.Other small rivers, such as the Warana and the Panchganga, flow into the River Krishna.
The physical settings of Sangli district shows a contrast of immense dimensions and reveals a variety of landscapes influenced by relief, climate and vegetation. The climate ranges from the rainiest in the Chandoli (Shirala) region, which has an
average annual rainfall of over 4000 mm, to the driest in Atpadi and Jath tehsils where the average annual rainfall is about 500 mm. The vegetal cover too varies from the typical monsoon forest in the western parts to scrub and poor grass in the eastern parts.
The Sangli district comes under Deccan plateau geographic region.The region, known as Kundal (now a small village near Sangli city) in medieval India, was the capital of the Chalukya Empire in 12th century AD. The twin cities, Sangli and Miraj have merged to form the an urban agglomeration.The cities have important education centers offering graduate and post graduate quality education in the areas of arts, science, management, medicine, and engineering. The twin cities offers infrastructure that includes railway junction,hotels,housing, public transport, telephone, high speed internet, a multiplex, shopping mall and a state-of-art sports complex. Sangli is now emerging as one of the largest power generation hubs of India. Reliance Wind Energy (RWE), is setting up 150-MW wind power project worth Rs 900 crore with Suzlon Energy. Suzlon Energy will set up the wind farm in Sangli, one of the known wind zones in the state. Sangli has the largest trading centre forturmeric in Asia. The green city is inside what is called Sugar Belt of Maharashtra. The district has more than thirteen sugar factories, which makes it among the highest sugar-producing districts of India. It also has oil seeds, commodities and fruit market. Sangli is also known for high quality grapes and houses many state and privately owned cold storage facilities. A grape wine park spread over 1.42 km (350 acres) has been established at Palus, 30 km from Sangli city. A brand new Sangli Food Park, spread across 1.2 km(300 acres) is under construction at Alkud Mane-Rajuri. Sangli is a major city in Western India 390 km from Mumbai and 700 km from Bangalore. Sangli is known for its turmeric trade, grapes and sugar factories. Sangli is also a major education and healthcare centre.
Sangli has developed itself as a is now a modern city with broader roads, major railway junction, cyber-cafes, hotels with multi-cuisine, very good education, healthcare, telecommunication and entertainment facilities. A Software Technology Park is being set up in a prime location of the city.

Tourist Attractions

    • Gokak Water Falls

      It is at a distance of only two hours drive from Sangli. The best time to visit this falls is between June to October as there is plenty of water. There is a swinging bridge on the waterfalls.


    • Sagareshwar Wild Life Sanctuary

      It is just 30 km from Sangli. Deer, jackals, rabbits, peacocks, wild goats, wild cows, leopards are the wild animals of this sanctuary. There are also ancient temples of Lord Shiva.


  • Dandoba Hill Station

    Locating at the Miraj-Pandharpur Road, Dandoba Hill Station is just 25 minutes drive from Sangli. It is located around Dandoba Hills, which is a reserve forest area. There are also some historical ancient temples on the hills.


  • Chandoli Forests

    Chandoli region, which is about 65 km from Sangli has animals like monkeys, deer, wild goat, rabbits, tigers, peacocks, snakes. You can also visit the Chandoli dam. In the rainy season, you find this place lush green with some small waterfalls.


  • Audumbar

    Audumbar is a holy place about 25 km from Sangli city. A sacred temple of Lord Dattatraya is located on the banks of Holy Krishna River. Thousands of devotees from all over the world visit Audumbar every year.


  • Mahabaleshwar

    It is just 4 hours journey from Sangli. Mahabaleshwar is also known as the Queen of all Hill Stations. This hill station is situated at an altitude of 1,372m in the heart of Sahyadri Hills in Satara District. Its name is derived from a Lord Mahadev temple and three Sanskrit words, Maha (great), Bal (power) and Ishwar (God). Some people also relate the name with mythological past as the name 'Mahabaleshwar' means mighty God.


  • Bahuballi Hill Temples (Kumbhojgiri)

    Bahuballi is 50 minutes drive from Sangli. Bahubali Hill Temples are located 27 km south of Kolhapur, Maharashtra on the Bahubali Hills. Huge devotees thronged the temple to worship the 28-feet tall marble statue of Bahubali and visit the temples of the 24 Tirthankaras or saints. These hills are popularly known as 'Kumbhojgiri'. A Celibacy Resort was established in 1935 and named after the sage Bahubali who mediated here about 300 years before.


  • Pandharpur

    Pandharpur is 4-5 hours drive from Sangli by road. This place is one of the most revered pilgrimage sites in Maharashtra. Pandharpur preserves Lord Vithoba's image in a grand temple. Vithoba is a form of Krishna. The name Vithoba means Father Vitthala. Vitthala is said to have been derived from the word Vishnu in Kannada.
    The worship of Vishnu - Vitthala at Pandharpur is derived mainly from the puranas and has been augmented by the contribution of the great Vaishnava saints of Maharashtra from the 13th to 17th centuries (Namdev, Jnaneshwar, Eknath, Tukaram)


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