Manwath, a city in Maharashtra’s Parbhani district, is located near Godavari River. National Highway 222 passes through this city. Parbhani, its district headquarters, is 35 km away and its capital, Mumbai, is 468 km away from Manwath. A few of the nearby cities include Sailu, Manwath, Parbhani and Pathri. Travellers can visit Tuljapur, Washim, Hingoli and Aurangabad, which have several tourist attractions.
Places to Stay
Manwath does not provide hotel accommodation facility. The nearest good budget hotels are found in Parbhani. Two such comfortable hotels are Gulmohar Hotel (Tariff – Rs.400) and Aditya Lodge (Tariff – Rs.400).
The languages spoken here are Marathi and Hindi.
The most important festivals celebrated in Manwath are Maha Shivratri in February, Holi in March, Ganesh Chaturthi in August and Diwali in October-November.
Places of Interest
Manwath does not have any attractions in the city. A few sightseeing areas are available. These are Majalgaon (41 km), Majalgaon Dam (44 km), Pathri (9 km) and Pohner (30 km) away from this area.
How to Get There
Nanded Airport, which is 105 km away from Manwath, is the nearest airport.
Manwath Railway Station is the nearest railway station, which is 9 km away from this city.
There is a bus stand in Manwath that connects the city to surrounding states via the National Highway. There are daily buses from Pune to Manwath run by private bus operators such as Heena Travels and Jai Durga Travels. Opt for online bus ticket booking to visit all the popular destinations across India.