Nanded is the second largest city located in the Marathwada region of Maharashtra. Due to the presence of a Gurudwara Hazur Sahib, this place is considered as a holy place by the Sikhs. The city was formerly known as Nanditat. Nanded District and the adjoining areas were ruled by the Andhrabhrtyas and Satvahanas during the first century AD. Nanded was the capital of the district of Telangana till Aurangzeb’s death in 1708 but became a part of the Hyderabad state in 1725 and continued to be under the Nizam’s dominions till 1948.
Nanded is growing rapidly economically and has acquired the status of the second largest trading market in Maharashtra after Navi Mumbai. Nanded supports a number of industries like textiles, sugar, pharmaceuticals, and chemicals. Major agricultural crops produced in the area are cotton and banana. Other commercial sectors like real estate are also flourishing in the city. To know more about the city, you can go through the travel guide Nanded. It is a beautiful tourist destination and is quite famous for its Takhat Sachkhand Shri Hazur Abchalnagar Sahib.