Sangli and Nanded are located at a distance of 0Kms from each other. Nanded can be reached in about .Bus travel is a popular travel option between these two cities, and many buses ply between Sangli and Nanded. VRL Travels is a major operator along this route. You have buses starting from , till . Minimum fare for bus travel along this route is Rs.0, and the maximum fare is close to Rs.0.
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Sangli is located in the Sangli District of Maharashtra. The Krishna River and its tributaries makes Sangli one of the greenest areas. There are a number of spots of scenic beauty in and around Sangli like Gokak Water Falls, Gokak Dam, Sagareshwar, Dandoba Hill Station, Chandoli forests, Adumbar, and Koyna dam. The erstwhile capital of the dynasty of Chalukyas, Sangli has also a number of Hindu and Jain temples which attract lot of devotees. The Ganesha Temple of Sangli is a historical landmark of the city and is visited by thousands of pilgrims every year. Sangli is also known for its Turmeric trade and Sugar factories. Sangli is also one of the largest grape growing regions in Maharashtra e and to promote the wine industry the state government has established a Krishna Valley Wine Park 30. Recently, Sangli has come up as a major wind power generation locations in India.
Nanded is located in the state of Maharashtra. It is believed that the name Nanded would have originated from the mythological character, Nandi, the carrier of Lord Shiva. Nandi performed penance on the banks of River Godavari and thus Nandi Tat became Nanded. Nanded is also a prominent pilgrimage spot for the Sikh community. A Sikh Gurudwara is erected at the place where Shri Guru Govindsinghji Maharaj, the last Sikh Guru, passed away in 1708. Nanded is also famous for the Kandhar fort, built by the Rashtrakuta King Krishna III of Malkhed, Banganga waterfall on the Banganga River, the Masjid of Biloli, also known as the Hazrat Nawab Sarfaraz Khan Sahid Masjid which is said to have been constructed about 330 years back by Sarfaraz Khan, an officer in the army of Aurangzeb, and the Haji Saiyya Saravar Magadum Dargah also known as Kandhar Dargah constructed about 750 years ago.