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Pincode of Kajalamba, Washim, Maharashtra is 444505



Pincode444505
NameKajalamba B.O
DistrictWashim
StateMaharashtra
StatusBranch Office(Delivery)
Head OfficeAkola H.O
Sub OfficeWashim S.O
LocationWashim Taluk of Washim District
Telephone NoNot Available
SPCCWASHIM-444505
Department InfoAkola Division Nagpur Region Maharashtra Circle
AddressWashim, Maharashtra 444505, India
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 44 represents the state Maharashtra, the second two digits 45 represent the district Washim, and finally 05 represents the Post Office Kajalamba B.O. Thus the Zip Code of Kajalamba B.O, Washim, maharashtra is 444505



Washim Info

Washim pronunciation(Marathi: वाशिम) is a city and a municipal council in Washim district in the Indian state of Maharashtra. Washim is the district headquarters of Washim district.

Etymology

Washim was known earlier as Vatsagulma and it was the seat of power of the Vakataka dynasty. Sarvasena the Second son of Pravarsena I was the founder of Vatsagulma Or Washim of today. His fourth generation son Harishena was one of the main patrons of the Ajanta Caves World Heritage Site. The house of Vakataka & their last generations supported Buddhism and supported all Buddhist arts.

History

Washim, is the place where Vatsa rishi performed penance and where many Gods came to bless him as a result of which it came to be known as Vatsagulma. Its mention as Vatsagulma is traced in Padma. In the Treta YugaMore Info



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