Deglur is a city in the Nanded district of Maharashtra, India. It is located 86 km from Nanded and 61 km from Nizamabad. Deglur is also known as Diglur or Degger Uru or Degloor. Deglur was established as a market place for cloth market, jewellery and agricultural produce during the rule of the Nizams. Cities that lie near Deglur are Mukhed, Bodhan, Udgir and Nizamabad. Deglur is near the point where boundaries of Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra and Karnataka meet.
Places to Stay
As it is a small city, Deglur does not have many hotels nearby. However there are several hotels in Nizamabad. One of them is the Punnami Basara (Tariff – Rs. 600.)
Andh is the local language of Deglur. The other languages that are spoken here are Urdu, English, Telugu and Marathi.
A big fair is held in Deglur on the occasion of Vijaya Dashami (Dasara) in October every year.
Places of Interest
Some places that are attractive to tourists near Deglur are the Lord Siddheswar Temple (8 km from Deglur) and Hottal village (9 km from Deglur.)
How to Get There
The airport nearest to Deglur city is the Nanded Airport which is located 84 km away from the city.
There is no railway station in Deglur. The Nanded railway station (83 km from Deglur) is the closest major railway station.
Deglur is well-connected to cities around by road. One of the best bus operators in this region is Sharma Travels. Online bus tickets are available on a number of bus booking websites which has made it easy for travellers to confirm their tickets.