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Pincode of Mahalangra, Latur, Maharashtra is 413581



Pincode413581
NameMahalangra B.O
DistrictLatur
StateMaharashtra
StatusBranch Office(Delivery)
Head OfficeLatur H.O
Sub OfficeJJJKSSK Nalegaon S.O
Location Taluk of Latur District
Telephone NoNot Available
SPCCLATUR-413512
Department InfoOsmanabad Division Aurangabad Region Maharashtra Circle
AddressDrinking Water Tank Mahalangra wadi, Maharashtra 413581
Indian Postal Code System Consists of Six digits. The first to digits represent the state, the second two digits represent the district and the Third two digits represents the Post Office.In this case the first two digits 41 represents the state Maharashtra, the second two digits 35 represent the district Latur, and finally 81 represents the Post Office Mahalangra B.O. Thus the Zip Code of Mahalangra B.O, Latur, maharashtra is 413581



Latur Info

Latur (Marathi: लातूर) is a city in the Marathwada region in the Maharashtra state of India. It is the headquarters of Latur District and Latur Taluka. The city is a tourist hub, surrounded by many historical monuments, including the Kharosa Caves.

History

Latur has an ancient history, which probably dates to the Rashtrakuta period. It was home to a branch of Rashtrakutas which ruled the Deccan from 753 to 973AD. The first Rashtrakuta king, Dantidurga, was from Lattalur (Kannada: ಲಟ್ಟಲೂರು), probably the ancient name for Latur. Anecdotally, Ratnapur is also mentioned as a name for Latur.

The King Amoghavarsha of Rashtrakutas developed the Latur city, originally the native place of the Rashtrakutas. The Rashtrakutas who succeeded the Chalukyas of Badami in 753 AD called themselves the residents of Lattalut.

It was, over the centuries, variously rulMore Info



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