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Nanded earlier known as 'Nandigram' is located to the southeastern part of Maharashtra State. Nanded is situated 650 kms away from Mumbai and 270 kms from Hyderabad.
Nanded has a uniqueness of its own due to its historical, social and political importance. It is the second largest city in Marthawada after Aurangabad. Latur and Parbhani districts are to the west of Nanded district; Yavatmal district lies in the north.

The state of Andhra Pradesh lies to the east and Karnataka state to the south. Nanded district is amongst the large districts in the state having 15 Talukas.
Nanded is one of the largest districts in the Marathwada region of Maharashtra comprising of 15 Talukas. Agriculture is the core economic strength of the region. However district also has reasonable presence of Industrial activities, majority of them are agro based. Nanded also gains its significance due the presence of some of the important religious places for Sikhs and Hindus. Most of the population in Nanded lives in rural area.
Nanded town with a population of over 4.25 lakhs is the epicenter of the region driving its economic activities. However despite its inadequacies in infrastructure, the region has inherent potential to be one of the good regional destinations with sound socio economic fundamentals.
Nanded City Highlights
• Nanded is one of the largest districts in Marathwada region with strong economic base in the agriculture and related sectors
• It also has significant potential to emerge as one of the foremost religious tourism destinations in India
• It has a relatively better population size within the city area with a high literacy rate of and a reasonably good per capita income.
• Nanded city has good presence in the education sector due to the location of many large educational institutions.
• It has a growing services sector by virtue of presence of numerous banks, telecom companies, IT services among others.
• Overall the city has a potential to merge as one of the metropolis in relative shorter time period provided its strengths are leveraged/ complemented through appropriate infrastructure development and economic positioning.
• The city is also well served in the education sector due to presence of quality education institutions at school/ graduation as well as post graduate and professional qualification. This is well complemented by vocational training institutions.

The climate of Nanded is very hot in summer and quite cold in winter. Nanded receives an average rainfall of 897.8 mm per year. In summer, Nanded attends maximum temperature of about 45deg.C and in winter it falls even low as 6 deg. C. The climate of the district is generally hot and dry except the southwest monsoon season.
Thunderstorms occur in the period of summer and monsoon, but their frequency being higher in June and September. Dust raising winds are common in summer afternoons.
Godavari
The famous Godavari River which is also called "Ganga of South India" flows through the central part of the district from west to east, virtually dividing city in two parts. It goes further down in Andhra Pradesh. Seeta and Asana are the tributaries of Godavari in the district. Asia s largest Lift irrigation project named "Vishnupuri Prakalp" is constructed on the river just five kilometers away from Nanded city.
• Sikhism is the youngest of all religions. Its history dates back to 1469
• Its founder Guru Nanak Devji was born in a village called Talwandi, now known as Nankana Sahib in Pakistan

The Sikhs have ten Gurus
• Guru Granth Sahib is the Holy Book of Sikhs and the final Guru of the Sikh Religion
• Follower of the Sikh religion could be identified using the Five "K" i.e. Kesh (uncut hair), Kangha (a comb), Kachhera (short drawer), Kara. (An iron bangle) and Kirpan (a sword)
Sikhism is the youngest of all religions. Guru Nanak ji founded it in the year 1469. The Sikh religion today has a following of over 20 million people worldwide and is ranked as the worlds 5th largest religion. Sikhism preaches a message of devotion and remembrance of God at all times, truthful living, equality of mankind and denounces superstitions and blind rituals. Sikhism is open to all through the teachings of its 10 Gurus enshrined in the Sikh Holy Book and Living Guru, Sri Guru Granth Sahib.
Sikhism has adopted beliefs from Hinduism and Islam. From Islam it adopted the belief in the existence of one invisible God. From Hinduism it adopted the belief in Karma and reincarnation, meaning your actions in this life will decide your fate in the next incarnation. The Sikhs also cremate their dead ones as is done in Hinduism.

Sikhs have played a great role in the Indian History. They have played a key role in defending the country from the Mughals and have also played a major role in the fight against British during the Indian Freedom Struggle.

In order to make it easier for his followers to recognize each other, Gobind Singh, chose five marks, some of which even today symbolize the Sikhs. The five signs were, uncut hair; comb; sword or dagger; bracelet on the right wrist and shorts. The religious Sikhs dress according to Guru Gobind Singh's order, carrying a sword.

A Sikh place of worship is called Gurudwara. Sikhism does not support pilgrimage to holy sites because according to Sikhism, God is everywhere and not in any certain place. But Sikhism has a few important sites, of which, the Hari Mandir, also known as the 'Golden Temple' in Amritsar in Punjab is the most important site and is considered the holiest shrine of Sikhism.
The Sikh religion has five main Takhts or Seats of Power spread all along the Country, which shows the spread and the vastness of the religion
Born at Patna Sahib (Bihar) in 1666 A.D., Gobind Rai (the name of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji before initiation to the’ order of the Khalsa) had his early education there and came to settle at Anandpur Sahib (Punjab).

He was only nine years old when he was entrusted to shoulder the heavy responsibilities of Guru ship, after Guru Teg Bahadur Ji Sahib's martyrdom, which he himself had sent to Delhi to oppose the tyranny of the rulers. The Tenth Guru felt the need of strengthening the Indian Nation. He implored his Sikhs to bring with them good quality weapons and horses while coming to see him. He started recruiting the Khalsa Army, equipped it with up-to-date armaments and imparted training of all tactics.
The psychology of the superstitious and slavery stricken people was also to be overhauled. This the Tenth Master achieved by introducing a new form of Baptism, the water used in baptism, instead of being stirred with the Guru's toe, was now to be stirred with Khanda (a double-edged sword), and the Sikhs initiated were to be called SINGHS (Lions) or KHALSA (the Master's own); they were to wear in future the same five signs all beginning with letter "K' - Kesh (uncut hair), Kangha (a comb), Kachhera (short drawer), Kara. (An iron bangle) and Kirpan (a sword). The first five who came forward at the call of the Guru, to get new birth, belonged to different parts of the country and totally different castes. They were Bhai Daya Ram Ji, a Khatri of Lahore; Bhai Dharam Dass Ji, a Jat of Hastnapur-Delhi; Bhai Mohkam Chand Ji, a washer man of Dwarka; Bhai Sahib Chand Ji, a barber of Bidar and Bhai Himmat Rai Ji, a water-carrier of Jagannath Puri. After the initiation; all these five SINGHS were described by the Guru as "PYARAS" (his belovedsTakhat Sachkhand Sri Hazur Abchalnagar Sahib:
Takhat Sachkhand Sri Hazur Abchalnagar Sahib is the principal shrine at Nanded. It marks the site where the Guru had his camp in 1708 A.D. after the departure of the emperor Bahadur ShahThe tenth Guru held his court and congregation here. It is the site of his own tent where he was convalescing after he was attacked by assasins. It is the place from where the tenth Guru rose to heaven alongwith his horse Dilbag.
The Eternal Father willed and I raised the Panth. All my Sikhs are hereby ordered to accept the Granth as their Preceptor. Have faith in the holy Granth, as your master and consider it the visible manifestation of the Gurus. He who hath a pure heart will seek guidance from its holy words."
These are the words uttered by the the tenth Guru Sri Gobind Singh, before his death on October 7, 1708 at Nanded in Maharashtra. At the site where the Guru breathed his last, was built a Gurdwara between 1832 and 1837, under instructions from Maharaja Ranjit Singh. It is called "Takhat Sachkhand Sri Hazur Abchal Nagar Sahib". It is a two-storey building. The architectural design resembles that of the Golden Temple. It's' interior is artistically ornamented in the style of Harmandir Sahib, Amritsar. The walls of the inner room called Angitha Sahib have been covered with golden plates. On the first floor, recitations from Sri Guru Granth Sahib, go on day and night. The dome is polished and on the pinnacle is the kalash made of gold plated copper

Manjara
The river flows along the eastern boundary of the district towards the north. Later it meets the Godavari. Manyad and Lendi are the tributaries of the river.
Penganga
The river flows along the northern boundary of the district. Kayadhu is the tributary of the river. The famous Sahastrakund falls on the river. Huge amount of land is irrigated by a project named " Upper Penganga Prakalp" built on this river.
Natural Wealth
Nanded has a plenty of forest wealth . There are thick forests in Kinwat , Bhokar and Hadgaon talukas of the district. Teak, bamboo, Moh , Tendu are the trees found in these forests. There is penganga sanctuary near Kinwat. In this sanctuary, tigers, leopards, bears and peacocks are observed.

Nanded enjoys rich agricultural district status because of huge land coming under different irrigation schemes. Jawar, rice, cotton, toor, moong are some of Kharif crops and jawar, wheat, gram are some of the rabi crops. Besides that sugarcane and banana are the important irrigated crop in the district. Guavas, Lemons, Oranges, Sweet limes, Mangoes are also grown in district.

According to the 1991 census, population of Nanded had reached 2,74,656 persons observing 43.58% decennial growth rate. Based on the past population figures, Nanded's population in the year 2001 has reached 4,25,000, which is projected to reach 6,50,000 figure by 2011.
For the city of 2048.62 ha area under municipal corporation limits, gross population density for the year 2001 comes out to be 183.05 persons/ha.
The major population concentration is in the existing village areas of Vazirabad, while a small fraction of total population is scattered in other villages namely, Asdullabad, Brahmapuri, Jangamwadi and Sangvi.
Literacy
The city has registered a literacy level of 72.1%in the 2001 census. Thereby Nanded Urban region has a well-educated and skilled population, which could contribute to the development of the economy if the appropriate economic initiatives are enunciated.

 

The tercentenary celebration of Gur-ta-Gaddi (Gur ta Gaddi) to be celebrated at the Takhat Sachkhand Gurudwara at Nanded is of great relevance to the Sikh Community. This involves the remembrance of the 300th (Tri Shatabdi) year of the consecration of Guru Granth Sahib as the last guru of Sikh community by Guru Gobind Singhji. The event will also commemorate the 300th anniversary of the Parlok Gaman of Guru Gobind Singhji..

Guru Gobind Singh was a true son of India who through out his life span fought for the country and sacrificed everything for the country. Before Sachkhand Gaman he proclaimed that "from today onwards; Guru Grantha Sahib Ji is the Guru and it should be regarded as the embodiment and visible form of all the ten Gurus. Guru manyo Granth."...

Nanded is located to the southeastern part of Maharashtra State. The district administration and citizens are ready to welcome the devotees to the city and working in tandem to make the tercentenary celebration successful. Takhat Sachkhand Sri Hazur Abchalnagar Sahib is the principal shrine at Nanded. It marks the site where the Guru had his camp in 1708 A.D. after the departure of the emperor Bahadur Shah. The tenth Guru held his court and congregation here. It is the place from where the tenth Guru rose to heaven alongwith his horse Dilbag The Lord has sent me into world for the purpose of spreading Dharma (Righteousness) everywhere and to destroy the evil-doers root and branch. Know ye holy men! I have come solely for the purpose of establishing Dharma, protecting the Saints and completely uprooting the wicked men."
(Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji, in 'Bachitra Natak')Lord Krishna describes in Bhagwad Geeta: -
"Whenever and wherever there is a decline in religious practices and a predominant rise of irreligion-at that time I descend Myself."
It is an established truth that whenever the Dharma has been in peril and un-doings of the evil-doers have multiplied to the extreme, then the almighty God has sent his emissaries to land in order to nullify the negativity: As such Lord Rama emerged in Treta Yug, Lord Krishna in Dwapar Yug and likewise Guru Nanak Dev Ji appeared in the arena in Kali Yug.
Guru Nanak Sahib (1469-1539) was born when strife and oppression were rampant in our country and he gave his clarion call to, end all strife and devote to Nam Simaran and be at peace with the people all the world over irrespective of any distinction of caste, colour, creed, community, sex or financial status. He traversed the very Globe a number of times to preach the Divine Mission. Humanism was his religion. He sang the gospel of Love. May he be Baber - the Mughal King; Kauda - a Raksha (demon); Wali Kandhari - the Muslim Saint; Qazi of Mecca or Madina, Pandit of Haridwar or Jaggannath Puri; whosoever came in his contact; became his disciple. His teachings were of universal appeal.
He stressed on sharing one's earnings with the needy. He declared that none was low or high by birth but only by one's actions. Guru Nanak Sahib Ji practiced what he preached, that is why the Sikh Religion founded by him just five centuries ago has flourished by leaps and bounds.Guru Nanak Sahib's torch was taken up by his nine devout successors who further added to its glory. Guru Angad Dev Ji (1504-1552) strengthened the unifying institutions of Sangat and Pangat and gave a concrete shape to the Gurmukhi (Punjabi) script. Guru Amar Das Ji (1479-1574) who got the Guruship at the ripe age of 73 years was a great social reformer of the time. He held women equal with men. The ancient custom of Sati was checked and stopped by him and widow marriage was introduced and encouraged. He also opposed the practice of Pardah (the veiling of women). He organized the "Langar" (Free Kitchen) and made it compulsory for every one. Even Akbar-the Great Mughal King, had to dine in the common Langar before seeing the Guru. Guru Ram Das Ji (1534-1581) founded the Amritsar City and constructed holy tank therein.

Guru Arjan Dev Ji (1563-1606) constructed the Golden Temple of Amritsar with four entrances in different direction whereby suggesting that the people of all classes are welcome to his Divine Shrine (at that time the Hindu Temples were having only single entrance and open to only high class.) Guru Arjan Dev Ji also established a hospital for the lepers at Taran Taaran, first of its kind in India and compiled (Guru) Granth Sahib- the Holy Book of the Sikhs, whereby he included hymns not only of the Sikh Gurus but also of several Hindu and muslim Saints viz - Sheikh Farid Ji, Bhagat Kabir Ji, Bhagat Ravidas Ji and Bhagat Namdev Ji etc. Since the fanatic Rulers could not tolerate thousands of Hindus and even Mohammedans coming into the fold of Sikhism

Guru Har Rai Ji (1630-1661) and Guru Harkrishan Ji (1656-1664) also made distinctive contribution in the field

Sri Guru Teg Bahadur Ji (1621-1675), the Ninth Sikh Guru was the 2nd Master who met with marvelous martyrdom. He was executed in Chandni Chowk, Delhi with the orders of Emperor Aurangzeb when he had gone there to espouse the cause of Kashmiri Pandits and advocate for the grant of religious freedom to the Hindus. His son Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji has described thegreatevent of his father in these lines:
Lord Krishna describes in Bhagwad Geeta: -
"Whenever and wherever there is a decline in religious practices and a predominant rise of irreligion-at that time I descend Myself."
It is an established truth that whenever the Dharma has been in peril and un-doings of the evil-doers have multiplied to the extreme, then the almighty God has sent his emissaries to land in order to nullify the negativity: As such Lord Rama emerged in Treta Yug, Lord Krishna in Dwapar Yug and likewise Guru Nanak Dev Ji appeared in the arena in Kali Yug.
Guru Nanak Sahib (1469-1539) was born when strife and oppression were rampant in our country and he gave his clarion call to, end all strife and devote to Nam Simaran and be at peace with the people all the world over irrespective of any distinction of caste, colour, creed, community, sex or financial status. He traversed the very Globe a number of times to preach the Divine Mission. Humanism was his religion. He sang the gospel of Love. May he be Baber - the Mughal King; Kauda - a Raksha (demon); Wali Kandhari - the Muslim Saint; Qazi of Mecca or Madina, Pandit of Haridwar or Jaggannath Puri; whosoever came in his contact; became his disciple. His teachings were of universal appeal.
He stressed on sharing one's earnings with the needy. He declared that none was low or high by birth but only by one's actions. Guru Nanak Sahib Ji practiced what he preached, that is why the Sikh Religion founded by him just five centuries ago has flourishedby leaps and bounds.
Guru Nanak Sahib's torch was taken up by his nine devout successors who further added to its glory. Guru Angad Dev Ji (1504-1552) strengthened the unifying institutions of Sangat and Pangat and gave a concrete shape to the Gurmukhi (Punjabi) script. Guru Amar Das Ji (1479-1574) who got the Guruship at the ripe age of 73 years was a great social reformer of the time. He held women equal with men. The ancient custom of Sati was checked and stopped by him and widow marriage was introduced and encouraged. He also opposed the practice of Pardah (the veiling of women). He organized the "Langar" (Free Kitchen) and made it compulsory for every one. Even Akbar-the Great Mughal King, had to dine in the common Langar before seeing the Guru.

Guru Har Rai Ji (1630-1661) and Guru Harkrishan Ji (1656-1664) also made distinctive contribution in the field.

"The Lord protected their sacred thread and the mark on the forehead, He performed a great event in the KALYUG...
Breaking his earthly vase (body) on the head of the Emperor of Delhi.
He departed for the abode of the God. No one has done this duty so uniquely as Guru Tegh Bahadur......."

 

 

 

 

 

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