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Baramati District (PuneDiary's  Pune District Section)

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Baramati receives scanty rainfall. The temperature over here is hot. Shirsufal lake is in this region. Daund-Baramati railway line is a broad gauge. It is 99 Kms by road and 120 kms by rail from Pune, which is connected by daily air services to Mumbai and Aurangabad. On the western bank of Karaha river famous Kashivishweshwar temple was constructed during 800 B.C. Many Sugar factories are been set up in this area.
The main occupation of the people is Agriculture. Wheat and Jawari, Sugarcane, Grapes & Cotton are the main crops grown over here. Grapes and Sugar is exported from here. There is a huge Market place for cotton and food grains.
Shivleelamrut the holy book belongs to this place. Famous poet Sridhar wrote this book. There are many more religious temples in and around Baramati. Baramti was under Yadav's rule, which was later taken over by Bahamani rulers. Sidheshwara temple was constructed by famous Bapuji Naik.
Baramati uses 800 hectares of land as MIDC Industrial Area along Baramati-Bhigwan Road, 5 kms. outside Baramati town's municipal limits.
Due to the Industrial development and in the field of Education Currently Baramati got an opportunity to present itself at an international level . Mr. Sharad Pawar the very famous politician comes from Baramati.



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