Mumbai To Malegaon – Prime Sedan (Oneway)

See more photos of this car
See more photos of this car
See more photos of this car
See more photos of this car

Mumbai To Malegaon – Prime Sedan (Oneway)

Starting from 5,294.00

local taxi service for mumbai to malegaon

Malegaon at the confluence of the Mausam and Girna rivers.On the road linking Mumbai and Agra,now national highway No 3,it used to be a small junction known as Maliwadi.It quickly gained the reputation for being a source of employment in 1740 when a local jahagirdar, Naro Shankar Raje Bahadur, started building a fort in the area. As the fort took 25 years, a sizeable number of Muslim workers and artisans from places like Surat and northern India settled in the area.After the British capture of the Malegaon fort in 1818, Muslims from Hyderabad migrated to the region. The 1857 revolt saw many Muslims from the north move here, and the pattern repeated over the years. Malegaon, with its growing Muslim presence, became something of a shelter and a source of employment for the community whenever it faced reversals. If famine in 1862 forced Muslim weavers in the Varanasi area to move to Malegaon, the political upheavals in the Hyderabad of the late 1940s and 1950s saw a similar exodus to the town. Communal riots, specially from the 1960s onward, have undoubtedly contributed to swelling the number of Muslim migrants to Malegaon. Malegaon population is 2000000.Malegaon is major hub for cloth weaving using early 20th century power looms. The era of power looms in Malegaon emerged after 1935. Malegaon was a traditional handloom-weaving centre in Maharashtra. Most of the preparatory work before weaving like starching the yarn, transferring it over the tubes, preparing tanabana was done by the women. Even after power looms were introduced, women continued to help the men in the weaving procedure.With the introduction of power looms, the cloth industry in Malegaon flourished due to increased productivity. Many people bought power looms and very few were left with handlooms.It has an estimated 3 lakh power looms producing about 1 crore (10 million) meters of cloth every day.Also get a return cab for mumbai to malegaon.

Product Description

local taxi service for mumbai to malegaon

Malegaon at the confluence of the Mausam and Girna rivers.On the road linking Mumbai and Agra,now national highway No 3,it used to be a small junction known as Maliwadi.It quickly gained the reputation for being a source of employment in 1740 when a local jahagirdar, Naro Shankar Raje Bahadur, started building a fort in the area. As the fort took 25 years, a sizeable number of Muslim workers and artisans from places like Surat and northern India settled in the area.After the British capture of the Malegaon fort in 1818, Muslims from Hyderabad migrated to the region. The 1857 revolt saw many Muslims from the north move here, and the pattern repeated over the years. Malegaon, with its growing Muslim presence, became something of a shelter and a source of employment for the community whenever it faced reversals. If famine in 1862 forced Muslim weavers in the Varanasi area to move to Malegaon, the political upheavals in the Hyderabad of the late 1940s and 1950s saw a similar exodus to the town. Communal riots, specially from the 1960s onward, have undoubtedly contributed to swelling the number of Muslim migrants to Malegaon. Malegaon population is 2000000.Malegaon is major hub for cloth weaving using early 20th century power looms. The era of power looms in Malegaon emerged after 1935. Malegaon was a traditional handloom-weaving centre in Maharashtra. Most of the preparatory work before weaving like starching the yarn, transferring it over the tubes, preparing tanabana was done by the women. Even after power looms were introduced, women continued to help the men in the weaving procedure.With the introduction of power looms, the cloth industry in Malegaon flourished due to increased productivity. Many people bought power looms and very few were left with handlooms.It has an estimated 3 lakh power looms producing about 1 crore (10 million) meters of cloth every day.Also get a return cab for mumbai to malegaon.

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Mumbai To Malegaon – Prime Sedan (Oneway)”

3 × 3 =