Location: Wardha District
Wardha district is one of the 36 districts in the state of Maharashtra in western India. This district is a part of Nagpur Division. The city of Wardha is the administrative headquarters of the district. The district had a population of 1,300,774, of which 26.28% were urban as of 2011. The legal drinking age in the Wardha district is 30 years old, making it the highest legal drinking age in the world.
The climate here is tropical. In winter, there is much less rainfall in Wardha than in summer. The Köppen-Geiger climate classification is Aw. The average temperature in Wardha is 27.3 °C. Precipitation here averages 1018 mm.
Wardha district is one of the 36 districts in the state of Maharashtra in western India. This district is a part of Nagpur Division. The city of Wardha is the administrative headquarters of the district. The existing Wardha district was part of Nagpur district till 1862. Further, it was separated for convenient administrative purpose and Kawatha near Pulgaon was the district headquarters. In the year 1866, the district headquarters moved at Palakwadi village which is the existing place and then Wardha city was developed there. In Wardha, there is one village called Pavanar where Acharya Vinoba Bhave lived.
Place of Interest
Bor Wild Life Sanctuary, Sevagram Ashram, Vishwa Shanti Stupa, Gandhiji Ashram Bapu Kuti, Laxmi Narayan Temple, Magan Sangrahalaya Museum, Mahakali Temple, Gandhi Hill, Kishor Nivas, Geetai Mandir Temple, Gandhi Gyan Mandir, Malhari Martand, Paramdham Ashram, Ankush Katrojwat, Sheikh Farid Baba Dargah, Murlidhar Temple, Parandham Ashram.