eastern region of the Indian state of Maharashtra

Vidharbha is is a region of Maharashtra state in India.

Vidharbha consists of the districts of Bhandara, Chandrapur, Gadchiroli, Gondia, Nagpur and Wardha.


Map of Vidarbha
  • 1 Nagpur — the headquarters of the division

Smaller settlementsEdit

  • 15 Sevagram — small town near Wardha

Other destinationsEdit

  • 1 Melghat Tiger Reserve — located in Chikhaldara
  • 2 Shegaon  


For decades, Vidarbha has had a statehood movement, seeking to split itself from the rest of Maharashtra. However, it has not been successful.

On average, Vidarbha is less economically developed than western and central Maharashtra. It is a region that grows cotton, oranges and soybeans.


Vidarbha has its own language, Varhadi, a variant of the Marathi language. Apart from Marathi, Hindi is widely used throughout the region. In fact, Marathi is very well mixed with Hindi and hence it's slightly different from pure Marathi language.

Get inEdit

By planeEdit

The nearest airport is in Nagpur

By trainEdit

There are lots of trains running daily from Mumbai, Pune, Delhi, Hyderabad and Indore.

By busEdit

There are lots of state transport buses.

Get aroundEdit




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