Gondiya

Gondiya

Gondia (also spelled Gondiya) is a city in the state of Maharashtra in Central India and is the administrative headquarters of the Gondia District. Gondia is sometimes known as Rice City due to the abundance of rice mills in the area and is notable for its historical airport that was built by the British during the 1940s. Gondia is very close to the state of Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, and is considered the gateway to Maharashtra from Central and Eastern India. The city has a large number of rice mills and some small-scale tobacco industries as well.

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