Songir is the largest city in the district of Dhule in Maharashtra, India. Songir belongs to the Nasik division. It is situated 23 km north from district headquarters Dhule and 375 km away from state capital Mumbai. Songir is well-known for producing copper utensils, shawls and blankets. Dhule, Parola and Shahade are some of the neighbouring cities to Songir.
Places to Stay
There are not many hotels in Songir, but Dhule, which is nearby, has Hotel Rasraj (Tariff – Rs. 700), Hotel Manas (Tariff – Rs. 500) and Hotel Residency Park (Tariff – Rs. 1000).
Ahirani, Marathi, Bhili, Andh and Indo-aryan are some of the languages spoken in Songir.
Ganesh Chaturthi, Dussehra and Diwali are some of the festivals celebrated by all the villages that come under the Dhule district.
Places of Interest
Someshwar Temple, temple of Gurugovind Maharaj and Balaji Rath Shrine are some places that are worth a visit.
How to Get There
The nearest airport to Songir is the Chikkalthana Airport. It is 166 km away from the city.
There is no railway station in Songir. The closest major railway station is Manmad Junction Railway Station. It is 111 km away from the town.
There are many buses to Songir with great frequency. Raj Tours & Travels and Shree Gajanan Travels are the two best bus operators providing excellent bus services to passengers travelling from cities like Pune to Songir. Ticketgoose.com often gives out bus ticket coupons for its customers.