Sangli To Patna
Transport is an important part of India’s economy. A well known and co-ordinated system of transport plays an important role in the sustained economic growth of a country. The present transport system of India comprises several modes of transport including rail, road, coastal shipping, air transport, etc. India has one of the largest road networks in the world, aggregating to about 33 lakh kilometres at present.
Though the National Highways, which is the responsibility of Central Government, has length of roads, carries over 40 percent of the total traffic across the length and bredth of the country.
Road transport has not gained in importance over the years despite significant barriers and inefficiencies in inter-state freight and passenger movement compared to railways and air. The government of India considers road network as critical to the country’s development, social integration and security needs of the country.
South Satara district of six talukas of Satara district and two talukas of Karnataka were formed on 1-8-1949. It included villages under Jat, Aundh, Kurundwad, Miraj and Sangli institutions. Later on 21 November 1960, after the formation of United Maharashtra, South Satara has been named as Sangli district. In this district, in the year 1965 new two Talukas of Kavthe Mahankal and Atpadi were created. In 1999, the government of Maharashtra (All India Government) produced 10th taluka of Palus taluka and later government on 28 March 2002, in the district Kadgaon. The Ganpati Temple of Sangli is private and therefore all its expenses done are by Shrimantraje.
Patna is an ancient city that sprawls along the south bank of the Ganges River in Bihar, northeast India. The state capital, it’s home to Bihar Museum, a contemporary landmark exhibiting bronze sculptures and old coins from the region. Nearby, Indo-Saracenic–style Patna Museum displays a casket believed to contain the Buddha’s ashes. Close to the river, the Golghar is a domed colonial granary overlooking the city.