Tradditional Info
Name of Tahsil Std Code
Nagpur 0712
Hingna 07104
Kamptee 07109
Katol 07112
Narkhed 07105
Saoner 07113
Kalmeshwar 07118
Ramtek 07114
Parseoni 07102
Mauda 07115
Umred 07116
Bhiwapur 07106
Kuhi 07100

Katol

Katol is a city and a municipal council in Nagpur district of Maharashtra state, India. It is the administrative headquarters of Katol taluka, one of the 14 talukas of this district. Being located in orange belt it is a major centre for orange trading. It comes on the New Delhi-Chennai Grand-Trunk Railway route, just 70 kms from Nagpur Junction.

As of 2001 India census, Katol had a population of 37,417. Males constitute 52% of the population and females 48%. Katol has an average literacy rate of 77%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 82%, and female literacy is 72%. In Katol, 12% of the population is under 6 years of age.

  The Corporation Office Katol
Katol Pin code is 441302 and postal head office is Katol. Ridhora (8 KM), Dhawalapur Dhawalapur (8 KM), Digras (bu) (8 KM), Yenwa (9 KM), Paradsinga (9 KM) are the nearby Villages to Katol. Katol is surrounded by Karanja Taluka towards west, Narkhed Taluka towards North, Kalmeshwar Taluka towards East, and Pandhurna Taluka towards North. Narkhed, Savner, Pandhurna, Warud are the nearby Cities to Katol.

School & College in Katol  
Sati Ansuya Mata Mandir Railway Station Katol Chandika Devi Katol Center Point School

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How Many Railway Stations Are in Nagpur

29/05/2024

Nagpur, known as the Orange City of India, is not only famous for its citrus produce but also for its pivotal role as a major transportation hub. The city is strategically located in the heart of India, making it a crucial junction for both passenger and freight trains. Here's a detailed, point-wise overview of the railway stations in Nagpur: Nagpur Junction (NGP) Status: Main Railway Station Location: Central Avenue Road Significance: Nagpur Junction is the primary and busiest railway station in the city. It is a major junction on the H

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