Guru Gobind Singh Ji

Nanded District is located in the south eastern part of Maharashtra, Bordering Andhra Pradhesh. The name Nanded is widely believed to have originated from "NANDI" Vahan of Lord Shiva, who performed penance on the banks (TAT) of River Godavari. This "NANDI TAT" became NANDED. Nanded has a uniqueness of its own due to its historical, social and political importance. The tenth Guru of sikhs, Guru Gobind Singh Ji held his court and congregation here. This is the place where he recovered after assassins attacked him. It is bounded on the North by Yavatmal District, on the South East by Latur District, on the North West by Parbhani Distirct of Maharashtra State, on the East and South East by Adilabad and Nizamabad Districts of Andhra Pradesh and on the South by Bidar District of Karnataka State. The area presents undulating topography with uneven hills, plateaux, gentle slopes and valley planes. Physiographically, the district can be divided in to 2 major parts, the hilly region on the North and North East and low lying area on the banks of the rivers Godawari, Manjra, Manyad, Penganga etc.
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