Hinganghat is a small township in the Vidarbh region of Maharashtra. It is a Muncipal Council in Wardha district just 35 KM from Wardha and 70 Odd KM from Nagpur. Famous for cotton trading market Hinganghat has turned into multi product market by the local Sindhi community.
The unique feature of the Sindhi population of Hinganghat that all the Sindhi families are economically well settled. At Hinganghat it is difficult to find a non RCC Sindhi home. No Sindhi is involved with profession like Rickshaw or Auto driving.
Hinganghat Sindhi Population
The number of Sindhi families living at Hinganghat is hardly 200 but as in comparison to other cities here at Hinganghat combines families are more hence the Sindhi population of the city is estimated to 2,500.
Shopping At Hinganghar Famous Sindhi Shops & Showrooms
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Sindhi Shan Hinganghat
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There is no Sindhi Panchayat is functional at Hinganghat. However the responsibility of taking care of social activities and celebration of Cheti Chand, Gurunanak Jayanti etc is shared by three institutions namely  Shri Gurunanak Dharam Shala  Sant Kanwar Ram Dham  Godadiwala Dham
Sindhi Dharamshala Hinganghat
There is Shri Gurunanak Dharam Shala at Hinganghat which is used only for the local community celebrations and wedding etc. There is no facility of tourist stay here.
The Sindhu World Directory Hinganghat
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Last Updated on 08 March 2016