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Phaltan is located in Maharashtra
Location in Maharashtra, India
Coordinates: 17°59′N 74°26′E / 17.98°N 74.43°E / 17.98; 74.43
Country India
 • TypeMunicipal corporation
 • BodyMunicipal council
 • Total1,028 km2 (397 sq mi)
568 m (1,864 ft)
Time zoneUTC+5:30 (IST)
Telephone code02166
Sex ratioMale 51% / female 49% /

Phaltan (About this soundpronunciation ) is a town, a taluka and a municipal council in Satara district in the Indian state of Maharashtra. The town is about 59 kilometres (37 mi) north-east of the city of Satara and about 110 km from Pune .

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Phaltan State was one of the non-salute Maratha princely States of British India, under the central division of the Bombay Presidency, under the states of the Kolhapur-Dekkan Residency, Satara Agency and later the Deccan States Agency. It was one of the Satara Jahagirs. The State measured 397 square miles (1,028 km²) in area. According to the 1901 census, the population showed a decrease of 31% in the decade at 45,739. The population of the town itself was 9,512 in that year. In 1901, the state enjoyed revenue estimated at £13,000- and paid a tribute to the British Raj of £640. Its flag was a rectangular bicolor, orange over green.

The Hindu ruling family was descended from Naik Nimbaji Nimbalkar (1284–1291), a Maratha who received a grant from a Mughal emperor in the 17th century. The ruler had the title of Raja, or Naik Nimbalkar. The first wife, SaiBai, of 17th century emperor Shivaji was from Phaltan. Major HH Raja Bahadur Shrimant Malojirao Mudhojirao Nanasaheb Naik Nimbalkar IV was the last Ruler of Phaltan. The original name is Pratishtana pur, from which the current name has been derived. Request historians and knowledgeable people to add interesting details about the original name. Phaltan acceded to the Dominion of India on 8 March 1948 and is currently a part of Maharashtra state.[2]


Phaltan is located at 17°59′N 74°26′E / 17.98°N 74.43°E / 17.98; 74.43. It has an average elevation of 568 meters (1,863 feet).

Places of interest around Phaltan include: Vimantal (Airport-phaltan airport there are new park nakshatra park creat by vanvibhag ); Goddess Maljai Mandir; Saibaba Mandir; Nimblakar (which has been named after Naik-Nimbalkars as Nimblak) and Nimblak Naka, the oldest place in ancient Phaltan; Dhumalwadi (15 km or 9 mi from Phaltan, known for its waterfall), Gondavalekar Maharaj Temple, Gondavale (47.1 km from phaltan) and Jabareshwar Mandir There are some forts around Phaltan, such as Wadgaum Nimbalkar, Santoshgad, Varugad, Mahimangad and Vardhangad. The fort Vardhangad can be reached from Satara also.kurwali dam is 7 km away from Phaltan city.

Phaltan's climate is an inland climate of Maharashtra. The temperature has a relatively high range between 15 to 45 °C (59 to 113 °F).[1] Summer in Phaltan is comparatively hot, and dry, compared to neighboring inland cities. Maximum temperatures exceed 40 °C (104 °F) every summer and typically range between 38–45 °C (100–113 °F). Lows during this season are around 25–28 °C (77–82 °F).

The city receives much less rainfall from June to September, and it has been declared as a drought-prone place by the Government. The city sometimes gets nil rainfall during the rainy season.

Winter starts in Phaltan from November to February. The winter temperatures are significantly higher compared to other cities in Maharashtra such as Pune and Nashik. Lows range from 14–16 °C (57–61 °F), while highs are in the range of 29–32 °C (84–90 °F). Humidity is low in this season, making weather much more pleasant.

Phaltan crosses a drought-prone area, and going towards the south and south-west of Phaltan, a dry area begins. Water supply to Phaltan for drinking and irrigation is done by water from Veer Dam on the Nira river. Nira Right Bank Canal (NRBC) flows through Phaltan, making it a partially green town.

Dhumalwadi Waterfall
Dhumalwadi Waterfall
Jabareshwar Mandir
Jabareshwar Mandir


As of 2001 India census,[2] Phaltan had a population of 60,172. Males constituted 51% of the population and females 49%. Phaltan has an average literacy rate of 75%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 80%, and female literacy is 70%. In Phaltan, 12% of the population is under 6 years of age.


Phaltan is a very ancient city.[clarification needed] The ancient name of Phaltan was Phalapattan (फलपट्टण ). As per local mythology, the origin of this name was taken from Saint Phalapattan Rishi. In literary sources Ramayna, Phaltan was part of Dandakaranya., and Shree Ram, Laxman, Seeta was came here in Vanvaasa. The Sri Ram Temple in Phaltan is the most important temple in the city.[citation needed] Shri Ram is the Gram daivat of the city. There is a Temple of lord shiva, which is called as Jabreshwar Mandir, this temple has stone carvings. Other temples in the city are Maljai Temple, Nageshwar temple, Sri Dnyaneshwar Mandir,sant savta maharaj mandir nana patil chuk, Upalekar Maharaj Samadhi Mandir, Haribaba Samadhi mandir, Sai mandir in Jadhavwadi,ganesh-jal mindir.Talyatil devi- bhavani mata mandir.There are many Jain temples in Phaltan. People of Mahanubhav panth identify Phaltan as South Kashi. The city has a mosque called Badshahi Masjid. A village named Rajale is home for an ancient temple of goddess Janai. Festivals like Diwali, Ganesh chaturthi, and Nagpanchami are celebrated here, mainly. In the month of November or December, the annual fair will be celebrated which is called as Shri Ram Rathostav. The idols of Lord Sri Ram and Sita made up of five metals (Panchdhatu) are placed in a decorated rath worshipped and is taken on a procession all over the city, this procession is called as Nagar pradakshina. The city is also an important center for Mahanubhav (Jaykrishni) Sampraday.

Places of entertainment at Phaltan are: Namvaibhav Theater or Namvaibhav theatre is good running by multiplex City Pride Cinea . Namvaibhav City Pride Cinea Theater(Golden Jubli -20/08/2019).Namvaibhav City Prid Cinea Theater(Eshtablish- 20/08/1969City theaters is non operative as of now) and Indira Gandhi Sanskritik Bhavan (foand cultural celebrations).

Places of shopping are: Sriram Bazar, City Bazar, local shops near Ambedkar chowk and Shankar market.uplekar mandir homehold sale.

Shriram Mandir
Shriram Mandir

.amol book store near narali bag.kirti book store,vaibhav book store.


Phaltan Taluka has two Sugar Factories: New Phaltan Sugar Works Ltd., Sakharwadi[3] and Shri Ram Sahakari Sakhar Karkhana Pvt. Ltd., Phaltan.[4] Sakharwadi's sugar factory is the 2nd sugar factory of Maharashtra and moreover, the 1st private sugar factory in Maharashtra State.

Cummins India Ltd.[5] has its 300-acre 'mega-site' plant in Phaltan, which is being used to manufacture engines.

Cummins India Ltd.Phaltan MIDC All In One Communication Center
Cummins India Ltd.Phaltan MIDC All In One Communication Center


Most of the people prefer to use State Transport (Maharashtra Government) buses. Private vehicles, auto rickshaws can be used on rent basis. Traffic is quite chaotic, with no signals. Most of the people use two-wheelers or bicycles as a mode of transportation. The city has a nonfunctional airport, 2 km (1 mile) from the city. The airport has a facility to land 1 helicopter at a time. On the other hand, there is no flight landing facility. A few private buses also have daily service to Pune, Mumbai every night, with very affordable rates. There is no railway in Phaltan. The closest railway station is Lonand, 29 kilometres (18 mi) away. New highway construction has occurred from Phaltan to National Highway number 4.pune pandharpur highway become to phaltan city.


Schools and Colleges in Phaltan

  • Progressive Convent School
  • Chanakya Education Group
  • SK Education Group Phaltan
  • Phaltan Education Society College of Engineering, Phaltan[1]
  • Mudhoji High School and Junior College[2]
  • Mudhoji college[3]
  • MalojiRaje Agriculture College, Phaltan
  • Shrimant Shivajiraje English Medium School (SSEMS)
  • Borawake ITI college
  • Kamla Nimbkar Bal Bhawan a school run by Pragat Shikshan Sanstha [4]
  • Yashwantrao Chavan Jr. College, phaltan
  • Venutai Chavan pharmacy college phaltan
  • Venutai Chavan girls phaltan
  • Namdevrao suryawanshi(Bedake) Sr. college phaltan.
  • Rajiv Gandhi Polytechnic, Phaltan [5]
  • Sakharwadi Vidyalaya
  • Sardar vallabhbhai Patel high school, Sakharwadi
  • Jaybhavani high school, Tirakwadi
  • Government D.Ed. college for girls
  • Law college, Girvi Naka
  • Brilliant Academy
  • Industrial Training institute (ITI)
  • Sahakar Maharshi Hanmantrao Pawar High School, Phaltan
  • wunderbarkids, phaltan
  • vishwajyot international school
  • Shrimat Jayshreemaladevi Naik-Nimbalkar Institute of Management Studies, Phaltan
  • Phaltan is also the home of the Nimbkar Agricultural Research Institute(NARI), focusing on agriculture, renewable energy, animal husbandry and sustainable development.NARI's work on energy self-sufficient taluka (which became a national policy) was based on the extensive research on biomass availability in Phaltan Taluka.[6][7]
Mudhoji Highschool
Mudhoji Highschool
मुधोजी महाविद्यालय
मुधोजी महाविद्यालय
  • Rajivji Dixit gurukul school pimprad(pawarwadi)
  • Notable residents

See also


  1. ^ Long term weather trends in western Maharashtra
  2. ^ "Census of India 2001: Data from the 2001 Census, including cities, villages and towns  (Provisional)". Census Commission of India. Archived from the original on 16 June 2004. Retrieved 1 November 2008.
  3. ^ sakharwadi
  4. ^ sugar
  5. ^ cummins map
  6. ^ Taluka's can provide critical mass for sustainable development of India
  7. ^ Energy Self Sufficient Talukas - A solution to National Energy Crisis; EPW, Vol. 30, Issue No. 51, 23 Dec, 1995

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