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THE HISTORY OF DISTRICT 3030

A Part of Our History of Rotary in INDIA

Prepared by the district and not verified by Rotary Global History

 

Our district lies in the state of  Maharashtra in India and extends from Nasik at the western extremity to Bhandara in east, nearly 700 KM across.

Major towns include Nasik, Jalgaon, Akola, Amravati, Yavatmal, Chandrapur and Nagpur. Nasik is situated at a distance of 180 KM to the northeast of the metropolitan city of Mumbai (Bombay).

The district has a wide variety of tourist attractions including hill stations, forts , wild life sanctuaries, cave temples, carvings and historical monuments including world heritage sites like Ajanta and Ellora caves.

The district is well developed industrially as well as agriculturally and has many sugar factories, cotton mills, orange orchards and wine yards.

Currently our District 3030 have 81 clubs and nearly 3200 Rotarians.

Our District has given rise to Rotary leaders like Late Rtn. Edul C. Eduljee who was R I Director (1973-75) and treasurer RI (1974-75).

 

 

acknowledgments to District Board, Clubs, Members and Webmaster of the district.
posted by RGHF webmaster Greg Barlow. 3 September, 2008