History of Parbhani
The entire Marathwada region was formerly ruled by the Nizam. Earlier, Parbhani district was a part of Hyderabad state but after the reorganization of Indian states it became part of Bombay state. Later in the year 1960, it was merged into present Maharashtra state.
Parbhani covers 6250 sq kms of land mass and is located at an average height of 357 m above sea level. It lies between 18.45o and 20.10o North latitudes and 76.13o and 77.39o east longitudes.
The district is enveloped by Hingoli district in the north, by Nanded district in the east, on the south is Latur and Beed towards west. It is noteworthy that Parbhani is well connected to all the main cities and with the state capital Mumbai.
Parbhani places to visit
- Hajarat Turabul Huq. Shah Darga
- Pokharni Shri Narsingh Sansthan Pokharni
- Tridhara Shrishektra Tridhara
- Shirdi Saibaba Janmshtan Mandir
- Jintur Jintur Neminath Jain Temple