A village in Maharashtra’s Beed district, Wadwani was created only in 1999. This 22-year-old village is known for its beautiful temples, especially the Renuka Mata Temple, Sant Bhagwanbaba temple and Makardhwaj temple. Located 391 km away from its capital city, Mumbai, it is a part of Aurangabad division.
Places to Stay
Hotels are very basic in Wadwani, but Majalgaon about 26 km from here has a couple of budget hotels like Hotel Nitin (Tariff – Rs. 700-Rs1,000), Hotel Meghraj (Tariff – Rs.700) and Hotel Jai Somnath (Tariff – Rs.500).
Marathi is the official language of Wadwani. Hindi and English are also spoken in the area.
Gudi Padwa in March-April, Ganesh Chaturthi in September-October and Diwali in October-November are the major festivals of this village.
Places of Interest
There are several places of interest in and around Wadwani that are worth visiting. Some of them include temples in Kotharban (6 km), Chardari (10 km), Dharur (21 km), Manjlegaon (29 km) and Beed (33 km).
How to Get There
If you have to travel to Wadwani by air, Latur airport which is located about 88 km is the closest.
This village has no railway station of its own. Aurangabad railway station about 138 km from here is the major rail head connecting this village to other cities.
Buses ply regularly from Dharur, Manjlegaon and Beed. State-run buses along with private operators are available here. Avail your bus ticket through online bus booking site and get a discount on your ticket.