Published: 25.04.2013

Manchar, Maharashtra, 410503, India

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is a census town in Ambegaon taluka of Pune district in the Indian state of Maharashtra.

The place has ancient references. The horse of Babhruvahan, Tapaneshwar Temple and nearby well dug by Pandvas, are some of the ancient proofs. In the ancient time Manchar was on the commercial (high)way of Paithan to Junnar. For the travelers on this road, a drinking water well was constructed by a prominent person Shri, Ladideo of Manchar in 1344. These remarks are still appearing on a Sheela-Lekh carved on walls of (present) sweeming-well [ Pohonyaachi Baarav] in weekly market area. Manchar is a market place. Due to nearness of Pune, Mumbai the place has agricultural, commercial, and industrial importance.


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