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Warangal is the district headquarters and the second largest city in Telangana after Hyderabad. It is also one of the famous weekend getaways from Hyderabad and an important historical site in Telangana. This is one of the popular places to experience Telangana tourism. Hanamkonda is its twin city.
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Geology[ edit ] The mountain range was formed by the same historical events  that gave birth to the Western Ghats. Resting on the Deccan Plateau geologically identified as a large igneous province , it consists of solidified Flood basalt dating back to the Cenozoic era. Along its length they form a natural boundary demarcating the Igatpuri Taluka, Nashik district at its north from the Akole Taluka, Ahmednagar district at its south. The mountain itself lies on the Deccan Plateau with its base at an elevation of meters feet above mean sea level.
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Airoli is a residential and commercial dormitory area of Navi Mumbai in the Indian state of Maharashtra. The city suburb called Powai shares its name with the lake. Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, one of the premier institutions of science and technology in India, is located to the east of the lake.
Rajabai Clock History of Maharashtra The history of Maharashtra is quite rich as some of the great rulers and kings have ruled this region, leaving behind some of the greatest traces of cultural heritage. Their forts, which were the strongholds against invading armies disclose and reconstruct the tales of the enterprising leader, his military triumph, his warfare and defence strategies and management. There are over forts in Maharashtra depicting its historic past - the largest number in any state in India. According to historical evidence which is available in the form of rock cut caves and Buddhist viharas dating back to and BC , Maharashtra region was ruled by the Mauryas.