Washim Travel Guide

 

 


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Railway Transport

Washim is a railway station on Purna-Khandwa section of South Central Railway (SCR). It was in Hyderabad division of SCR and now is in Nanded division after bifurcation of Hyderabad division. The broad gauge tracks were extended from Purna to Akola in 2008. Washim is now connected to the broad gauge railway network of India.
[edit] Road Transport

Washim is connected by State Highways to all the important cities of Maharashtra. Important Roads include Washim-Mangrul Pir-Karanja-Ner-Yavatmal, Washim-Karanja-Amravati-Nagpur, Washim-Malegaon-Akola, Washim-Risod-Lonar-Sindhkhed Raja-Jalna-Aurangabad-Ahmadnagar-Pune-Mumbai, Washim-Hingoli-Nanded and Washim-Pusad.

 

 

 

Washim is a city and a municipal council in Washim district in the Indian state of Maharashtra.
Washim is the district headquarter of newly formed Washim district
Washim then known as Vatsagulma was the seat of power during Vakataka dynasty.
Basim Basim is an Arabic name that means the one that smiles. The name originated in Saudi Arabia in 436 A.D. When Basim R. Iqbal ruled the Jamar clan