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Khandesh seems at one time to have been included in the country of Vidarbh, whose name remains in Bedar which may have been the ancient capital, Vidarbh was at various periods a territory of considerable extent and power.
Khandesh was at that time held by a chief styled the Raja of Khandesh who would seem to have' been the Chohan ruler of Asirgad.[Briggs' Ferishta, I.
With these objects Khandesh was divided into three Bhil Agencies, one in the north-west including Nandurbar, Sultanpur, Pimpalner, and the Dangs; a second, in the north-east, with Chopda, Yaval, Savda, Erandol, Amalner, and Nasirabad; and a third, in the south, including Jamner, Bhadgaon, Chalisgaon, and the districts near the Satmala range.
www.maharashtra.gov.in /pdf/gazeetter_reprint/Khandesh/histroy.html   (12870 words)

  YourArt.com >> Encyclopedia >> Khandesh   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Khandesh was ruled by the Faruqi dynasty from 1388 to 1601, who maintained their independence from the Bahmani Sultanate which ruled much of the Deccan from the fourteenth to the sixteenth centuries.
Khandesh was conquered by the Mughal emperor Akbar in 1601, and became a province of the Mughal empire.
East Khandesh, headquartered at Jalgaon, had an area of 4544 mi², and a population of 957,728 in 1901, and West Khandesh, headquartered at Dhulia (Dhule) had an area of 5497 mi² and a population of 469,654 in 1901.
www.yourart.com /research/encyclopedia.cgi?subject=/Khandesh   (441 words)

 Bombay Presidency - LoveToKnow 1911
The Satpura hills separate the valley of the Tapti from the valley of the Nerbudda, and the district of Khandesh from the territories of Indore.
The plains of the Deccan and Khandesh are watered by large rivers, but as the rainfall is uncertain, they are generally, during the greater part of the year, bleak and devoid of vegetation.
The chief languages of the presidency are Sindhi in Sind, Cutchi in Cutch, Gujarati and Hindustani in Gujarat, Mahratti in Thana and the central division, Gujarati and Mahratti in Khandesh, and Mahratti and Kanarese in the southern division.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /Bombay_Presidency   (5672 words)

Khandesh has also been thought to be the Khandav forest of the Mahabharat, which was burnt down and brought under tillage by Arjun the brothel of Krishna.
The next recorded addition to the population of Khandesh is the arrival, partly, direct up the Tapti valley, and partly it would seem through Malwa and the Central Provinces, of the great body of Gujarat Kunbis who now hold the bulk of the Cultivated land to the north of the Tapti.
Gujarati is in use among the higher class husbandmen to the north of the Tapti, and it is the language of trade throughout the district; and Marathi, the speech of the people of the south and west, is the language of Government offices and schools, and is gradually gaining the ascendant.
www.maharashtra.gov.in /pdf/gazeetter_reprint/Khandesh/population_intro.html   (3595 words)

 [Reader-list] railway notes
In Khandesh, 1573 people are registered as bricklayers and 789 as stone masons and cutters – both of these kinds of activities are required for railway construction and the movement of this population is probably the cause for the increase in population that was discussed earlier.
In Khandesh, the number of cotton weavers is 5210 and in Poona it is1745 and in Shikarpur district it is 1761.
Khandesh’ situation is depicted as follows, “the large tract of good virgin soil to the south of this (forest) has attracted and is still attracting, the cultivators of a superior class from other parts of Deccan and even from the more crowded Gujarat.
mail.sarai.net /pipermail/reader-list/2005-May/005677.html   (1004 words)

 A Spiritual Travelogue of Pramukh Swami Maharaj - 12 to 28 February 2003
Khandesh is a region that comprises northeast Maharashtra.
The murti of Bhagwan Swaminarayan in the mandirs of Japi and Varkheda was worshipped by Vignandas Swami (disciple of Bhagatji Maharaj), Shastriji Maharaj and Yogiji Maharaj.
Vignandas Swami had traveled in Khandesh and inspired among the devotees a firm faith in the creed of Akshar Purushottam and the glory of Bhagatji Maharaj.
www.swaminarayan.org /vicharan/2003/02/02/khandesh.htm   (2897 words)

 Akbar invades Khandesh   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The annexation of Khandesh in 1601 by Akbar was an event of great military and economic importance in the history of Mughal India.
Khandesh provided a territorial link between the north and the south.
For a century and a quarter (1601-1724), Khandesh as a Mughal province played a vital role in the history of medieval Deccan.
www.indhistory.com /khandesh.html   (103 words)

 Kandesh - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Kandesh (also Khandesh) is a region of central India, which forms the northwestern portion of Maharashtra state.
It was conquered by the Marathas in the early eighteenth century, and ruled by the Maratha Peshwas until their defeat in the Third Anglo-Maratha War in 1818, when Kandesh, along with most of the Peshwa's dominions, became part of Bombay province of the British Raj.
East Khandesh, headquartered at Jalgaon, had an area of 4544 sq.
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/Khandesh   (459 words)

 About Khandesh College Education Society
Khandesh College Education Society provides accessible, high-quality undergraduate and graduate education for qualified students who are able to benefit from a scholarly environment in which research inspires and informs teaching.
Today, Khandesh College Education Society is an eminent educational institution in Maharashtra occupying 38 acres of land and thousands of square feet of buildings and facilities with combined student strength of 7000 students.
The mission of the Khandesh College Education Society is to graduate well-educated students who are prepared to meet the challenges of a rapidly changing, increasingly complex world.
www.kces.in /education/About-2520Us.html   (855 words)

FAÚRUÚQÈ DYNASTY of Khandesh (772-1009/1370-1601) "land of the khans" (
Incursions by Mughal generals into Khandesh in 970/1562 and by Akbar in 972/1564 led Moba@rak Shah II (d.
Although the Fa@ru@q^s as a dynasty were thus extinguished in Khandesh, a member of the Fa@ru@q^ family was adopted by Anwa@r-al-D^n Khan (d.
www.iranica.com /articles/v9f4/v9f407.html   (901 words)

 Maharashtra State Forest Department.
Khandesh lies in valley of the Tapi river located between Ajantha and Satpuda ranges and separated from Western Maharashtra by the hills of Laling and Silvari.
Besides Baglan in Satana taluka in Nasik district is also considered as the part of Khandesh.
Climate conditions of Khandesh are extreme, winter being very cold and summers very hot.
www.mahaforest.nic.in /Khandesh.htm   (163 words)

 History Of Jalgaon
According to Abul Fazal (Gladwin's AineAkbari 1157), the name Khandesh is derived from the "Khan" title given by Ahmad-I of Gujarat (1411-1443) to Malik Nasir, the second of the Faruki kings.
In the 18th century, Khandesh was captured by Bristish troops from the Holkar regime with Dhule as the headquarters.
In 1956 with the reorganisation of states, it was included in Bombay state, and with the formation of Maharashtra in 1960, Jalgaon became a district of the state.
www.jalgaon.nic.in /htmldocs/history.htm   (286 words)

 Project South Asia
Captain Briggs has applied himself with great zeal to the improvement of the district, and has adopted and suggested various plans for that purpose: among these, a principal one is the repair of the embankments, and the fear of their falling into irretrievable ruin is a strong motive for commencing on this undertaking early.
Khandesh was not subdued until within these sixty years, nor the Karnatik until a still later period.
In Khandesh a regular jury is generally assembled, who question the witnesses, and pronounce on the guilt of the accused.
www.mssu.edu /projectsouthasia/history/primarydocs/Marathas/Territories--1821.htm   (16762 words)

 Nirmitee Impex
Fresh semi ripe fruits are procured directly from the orchards in growing areas such as Alphonso Mangoes from Ratnagiri District in Konkan - Western Maharashtra.
Totapuri Mangoes from Vijaywada, Chittoor in Andhra Pradesh and from Krishnagiri in Tamil Nadu, Guava from Allahabad, Papaya from Andhra Pradesh, Bananas from Khandesh – Maharashtra.
Fresh semi ripe fruits are then transported from orchards to the processing facilities where they are stored for systematic ripening.
www.nirmiteeimpex.com /procurement.htm   (134 words)

 Marathi Leva Samaj   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The chief of Khandesh Leva Province (pargana) was Deshmukh, the Thorgavane Deshmukh of Yawal.
In the Leva Pargana of Khandesh, the Thorgavane Deshmukh of Yawal lost recognition of his leadership.
He remained the chief of Thorgavan branch and the Savadekar Leva branch of Khandesh, Navghare and Kandarkar - in these three branches the leadership went to Bhortek and thereafter it went to the Police Patil of Padalse.
www.marathilevasamaj.com /history.html   (1015 words)

The District of Dhulia was previously known as WEST KHANDESH district.
Khandesh is mainly comprising of two districts Dhulia and Jalgaon and the three talukas Malegaon, Nandgaon and Baglan of Nashik District with headquarter at Dhulia.
West Khandesh retaining Dhulia, Nandurbar, Navapur, Peta, Pimpalner, Shahada, Shirpur, Sindkheda and Taloda talukas of the old khandesh district.
dhule.nic.in /htmldocs/history.htm   (298 words)

 CRL - SAMP - Guides to Collections
Report on the plan of survey and assessment most suitable to the province of Khandesh and also the instructions issued on the subject by government.
Papers relating to the revision of the rates of assessment on the expiration of the first settlement in the Savda Taluka of the Khandesh Collectorate.
Papers relating to the revision survey settlement of 227 villages of the Erandol Taluka of the Khandesh Collectorate.
www.crl.edu /areastudies/SAMP/collections/landsettbom.htm   (7108 words)

 Daulatrao Scindia - BluWiki   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
They laid waste the Khandesh and Narmada districts and ravaged the hill country between the Narmada and the Tapi.
The whole region between Khandesh and the Krishna became one general scene of anarchy and chaos.
Balaji Sakharam, Sarsubhedar of Khandesh and Baglana, was appointed by the Peshva to put down the disturbance.
www.bluwiki.org /go/Daulatrao_Scindia   (3136 words)

 [Reader-list] railway posting
In some parts of the report, one finds Blackwell wondering about the quality of the woods he is finding, and if they don’t seem up to the mark, he displays a prescient sense of trying to find alternatives that might be useful.
What seems clear from a further reading of this report is that Blackwell has really been put on a mission to locate and procure good timber from the jungles of Khandesh and that he is sparing no effort in the task assigned to him.
It also emerges that forests are not open areas at this time, ready to be harvested by the colonial authorities at their own will and as and when needed.
mail.sarai.net /pipermail/reader-list/2005-July/005952.html   (1055 words)

 STATE OF MAHARASHTRA & ORS v. MAN SINGH SURAT SINGH PADVI & ORS [1978] INSC 29; [1978] 2 SCR 856; [1978] 1 SCC ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
BHAGWATI, P.N. West Khandesh Mehwassi Estate (Proprietary Rights Abolition etc.) Regulation, 1961 included in the Ninth Schedule as Item 155--Constitutional validity is no longer open on the around of violation of Art 19(1)(f), when once it is included in the protective umbrella of the Ninth Schedule.
The effect of this notification was to restore the relationship which existed between the 1st respondent and his tenants immediately prior to 1st April, 1957 so that the tenants did not become deemed purchasers of the lands held by them and the 1st respondent did not cease-to be the owner of such lands.
The 1st respondent was seriously affected by the Notification dated 24th February, 1962 and the; West Khandesh Mehwassi Estate (Proprietary Rights Abolition etc.) Regulation, 1961 and he, therefore, filed a petition in the High Court challenging the constitutional validity of these two legislative measures.
www.austlii.edu.au /~andrew/CommonLII/INSC/1978/29.html   (1420 words)

 Sir James Outram
Soon after his arrival at Bombay his remarkable energy attracted notice, and in July 1820 he became acting adjutant to the first battalion of the 12th regiment on its embodiment at Poona, an experience which he found to be of immense advantage to him in his later career.
In 1825 he was sent to Khandesh, where he trained a light infantry corps, formed of the wild robber Bhils, gaining over them a marvellous personal influence, and employing them with great success in checking outrages and plunder.
Their loyalty to him had its principal source in their boundless admiration of his hunting achievements, which in cool daring and hairbreadth escapes have perhaps never been equalled.
www.nndb.com /people/355/000102049   (589 words)

 Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The Khandesh cotton peasant as a rule is fairly well off, but he, too, has to rely on the moneylender for loans to start cultivation.
Ref to “decline of the middle peasantry”; in Saurashtra 45 per cent of the village families are agricultural labourers; in most districts the majority, and even ‘overwhelming majority’ of rural families have holdings insufficient for subsistence.
In west Khandesh, in 1917-22, there was a very marked increase in the number of holdings below 15 acres; moreover, “there was a decrease of the better-off owner-cultivators (middle peasantry)”.
www.epw.org.in /showArticles.php?root=1999&leaf=10&filename=551&filetype=html   (6939 words)

 Regional Sultanates, India, Gujarat, Deccan, Jaunpur, Khandesh, courts, composite culture, Hindu, Muslim, Jain, fusion, ...
The Sharqi Sultanate of Jaunpur and the Gujarat Sultanate of Ahmedabad were both founded by Indian-born Muslims, others such as Ahmednagar and Bengal by descendants of Abyssinian warrior-slaves, and Khandesh by a ruler who claimed Arab descent.
Muslims in Bengal, Gujarat and Kashmir began to write poetry and literature in the vernacular instead of in Urdu, and in Khandesh (Burhanpur) and Ahmednagar, Sanskrit and Marathi literature found favor along with Urdu literature.
Burhanpur, capital of the Khandesh Sultanate developed as a major Sufi center as did Jaunpur, where under the influence of Ibn Arabi, various Sufi orders thrived.
members.tripod.com /~INDIA_RESOURCE/regionalislam.html   (1622 words)

 Bhalchandra Nemade - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bhalchandra Nemade (born 1938) is a Marathi novelist.
Nemade was born in Sangavi, a small village in Khandesh.
After his matriculation, he went to Pune and studied for his degree at Fergusson College.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Bhalchandra_Nemade   (595 words)

 Oppn stage walk-out over package for Marathwada, Khandesh - News - Webindia123.com
The Shiv Sena-Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Opposition today staged a walkout in the Maharashtra Assembly demanding financial package for Marathwada, Khandesh and other districts of Vidarbha on the lines of that declared for six districts of Vidarbha two days ago.
They charged that twelve farmers had committed suicides in Marathwada and Khandesh regions after the Democratic Front Government had declared a financial package for the six districts of Vidarbha.
When the Speaker refused to accept the adjournment notice motion, the Opposition members walked out of the House and held dharna at the main entry of the Vidhan Bhawan building.
news.webindia123.com /news/showdetails.asp?id=188923&cat=India   (147 words)

The sole defendant to the suit was "Khandesh Spinning and Weaving Mills Pvt.
May be, the liquidator can do so, but we cannot force him to do so, so long as the reason given by him for continuing in possession is a relevant one.
Secondly, the fact that the proposal of th Rashtriya Girni Kamgar Sangh who are said to have formed an action Committee of the Khandesh Mill Employees Industrial Production Co-operative Society, for revival of the said Company was an equally relevant factor.
www.austlii.edu.au /~andrew/CommonLII/INSC/1992/58.html   (3783 words)

 Shree Datta Milk Pvt. Ltd.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
A traditional popular product in western India especially in Khandesh region, this fermented product contains useful lactic acid bacteria and is made by mixing concentrated curd (chakka) with sugar, condiments, fruits, nuts etc. Shrikhand thus has the nutritional advantage of a fermented milk product and is rich in milk protein.
It is available as buffalo and cow milk.
Daily about 15,000 litres of buffalo milk is supplied to Jalgaon and Khandesh region.
www.dattamilk.com /products1.htm   (521 words)

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