Kirloskarvadi Surroundings

Palus ( 3 KM ) , Kundal ( 4 KM ) , Burli ( 5 KM ) , Takari-Sagareshwar ( 10 Km ) are the nearby Villages to Kirloskarwadi. Kirloskarwadi is surrounded by Valva-Islampur Taluka towards west , Tasgaon Taluka towards East , Kadegaon Taluka towards North , Sangli Taluka towards South .Uran Islampur , Tasgaon , Vita , Sangli are the near by Cities to Kirloskarwadi.

How to reach

The Kirloskarwadi railway station (spelled 'Kirloskarvadi') is on the Mumbai–Bangalore railway line managed by Central Railway,Pune division. Currently Double line electrification is in construction between Pune and Kolhapur and expected to be completed by 2020.There are trains to major cities like Sangli, Kolhapur, Pune, Mumbai and Bangalore as Jodhpur Bangalore Express,Mahalaxmi Express,Maharashtra Express etc. There are Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) buses and private buses from Kirloskarwadi to Sangli, Kolhapur, Pune and Mumbai. There is also a private airport for Business Jets and a helipad for helicopters.

Places to Visit

Most of the people working in Kirloskarvadi factory are resident of nearby places. The achievement of Kirloskar Brothers Limited at Kirloskarvadi, is an ideal example of how an industry can revitalize the rural economy and improve the quality of life of people there. All KBL ventures have been founded on rural soil.


Ramanandnagar village is located in Palus Tehsil of Sangli district in Maharashtra, India. It is situated 4 km away from sub-district headquarter Palus and 40km away from district headquarter Sangli. It is just outside the town Kirloskarvadi. This area is developed with small and medium scale industries supported by Kirloskars in 1980 decade. All the financial & technical support with machinery given by Kirloskar's.


Kundal was originally the region around Sangli and located 40 kilometres (25 miles) north of the district capital, Sangli. Kundal is surrounded by Valva-Islampur Taluka to the west, Kadegaon Taluka to the north, Tasgaon Taluka to the east, and Karad Taluka to the west. In the ancient days, it was the capital of the Chalukyas. Kundal is a historical place; its ancient name was Koundinyapuro. In 19th centuary , Kundal was home place to freedom fighters such as Krantisigha Nana Patil, Krantiagrani G. D. (Bapu) Lad, Krantiveer Captain Akaram (Dada) Pawar, Krantiveer R. S. (Mama) Pawar, Captain Rambhau Lad, Yashwant (Baba) Pawar, Shankar Jangam and many others. The most of peoples of this village depends on Agro based production. It is famous for good quality of grapes production. Kundal is famously known for 95-year-old Maharstra Kusti Maidan and an annual Kusti competition.


Palus has an industrial area called Palus MIDC and it is the biggest asset for Palus, which holds major components of manufacturing & foundry process. The government of Maharashtra has set up a specialized state-of-the-art wine park at Palus, 30 km from Sangli city. This 142 acre park which produces one of the best-quality grapes in the world. In palus there is huge market of building material and hardware material. It is located just 3 kms away from Kirloskarvadi.

Palus tahashil have many famous temples. 'Dhondiraj Maharaj Math /Mandir', H. Daval Malik (Baba) Darghah. Old and new Vitthal temple, famous Shivling temple, Nag temple, birudeo temple and two Hanuman temple located at opposite sides of Palus,Gram Daivat Padmavati Mandir.

Hindustani classical vocalist Vishnu Digambar Paluskar (1872-1931) was born here.[1] Freedom Fighters like Dhulappa B. Navale of Ankalkhop & his followers were of Mahatma Gandhi's followers & G. D. Lad of Kundal were members of Prati-Sarkar.


Burli village is located in Palus Tehsil of Sangli district in Maharashtra, India. It is situated 8km away from sub-district headquarter Palus and 35km away from district headquarter Sangli. Burli, a hamlet close to Kirloskarvadi, reels under floods. Laxmanrao Kirloskar sends a contingent from Kirloskarvadi to help the flood affected. His efforts were recognized by being conferred the ‘Kesar-e-Hind’ title.


Sawantpur village is located in Palus Tehsil of Sangli district in Maharashtra, India. It is situated 8 km away from sub-district headquarter Palus and 35km away from district headquarter Sangli.


Amanapur village is located in Palus Tehsil of Sangli district in Maharashtra, India. It is situated 7 km away from sub-district headquarter Palus and 30km away from district headquarter Sangli. Amanapur village has higher literacy rate compared to Maharashtra. As per census 2011, literacy rate of Amanapur village was 87.57 % compared to 82.34 % of Maharashtra.


Shree Kshetra Audumbar is in Palus Tehasil, 8 Kilometers east of Bhilawadi Railway station, is known for the shrine of Shree Dattatraya held in high reverence.

Audumbar kshetra is known for the shrine of Lord Dattatreya. It is said to have been built in honour of NarasimhaSaraswati Swamy who was a great saint and who is the second incarnation of Dattatreya. His greatness has been extolled in Shree Guru Charitra written by Gangadhar Saraswathi. All the devotees of Lord Dattatreya treat Shree Datta Kshetra Audumber with similar respect as that of other places of Lord Dattatreya like Ganagapur and Narsoba Wadi. Goddess Bhuvneshwari Temple is located just opposite to Dattatraya temple at the bank of river Krishna.


Sagareshwar Wildlife Sanctuary is a protected area in the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is located at the meeting of three Tehsils of Sangli district: Kadegaon, Walva and Palus. The wildlife sanctuary is man-made; it is an artificially cultivated forest without a perennial supply of water, and most of the wildlife species were artificially introduced. It has an area of 10.87 km². The sanctuary is forested, but with grassy hill slopes. The forests are southern dry mixed deciduous and southern thorn forest. Protection from grazing and forest fire has resulted in good regeneration of dry deciduous species. The forest department introduced many plants in the area, including Tamarind, Neem, Nilgiri, Acacia, Agave, and Khair.

Large animals found in the sanctuary include several types of deer (Sambar Deer, Blackbucks, Muntjac, Chital) as well as wild boar and peacocks. Small carnivores like hyena, fox and porcupines are also found in the area. A large number of insects, birds and reptiles such as pythons and other snakes are also present.

The Sagareshwar sanctuary has much religious, cultural and archaeological significance. The sanctuary derives its name from an ancient famous Shiva temple that attracts a large number of devotees. It actually consists of one large temple and a complex of 51 small temples, all from the Satvahana period. You will find the Kamal Bhairao temple, partially hewn from hard Basalt rock perched on the edge of a steep cliff. The entrance to the temple is through a narrow tunnel.

Nearest Railway Stations - Takari - 2 Km away.


Kirloskar Brothers Limited

Kirloskar Brothers Limited (KBL) is a world class pump manufacturing company with expertise in engineering and manufacture of systems for fluid management. Established in 1888 and incorporated in 1920, KBL is the flagship company of the $ 2.1 billion Kirloskar Group. KBL, a market leader, provides complete fluid management solutions for large infrastructure projects in the areas of water supply, power plants, irrigation, oil & gas and marine & defence. We engineer and manufacture industrial, agriculture and domestic pumps, valves and hydro turbines.

KBL has eight manufacturing facilities in India at Kirloskarvadi, Dewas, Kondhapuri, Shirwal, Sanand, Kaniyur, Kolhapur and Karad. In addition, KBL has global manufacturing and packaging facilities in Egypt, South Africa, Thailand, The Netherlands, United Arab Emirates, UK and USA. KBL has 12,700 channel partners in India and 80 overseas and is supported by best-in-class network of authorised centres and Authorised refurbishment centres across the country.

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    Kirloskar Corrocoat Private Limited is a joint venture company between Kirloskar Brothers Limited, India and Corrocoat Ltd. U.K. The company is based in Pune, India. The company manufactures coatings in a state of the art plant at Kirloskarwadi, Maharashtra. KCPL undertake turnkey projects for supply and application of coatings on variety of equipments. The work is carried out at Kirloskarvadi plant or at customer sites with our experienced and highly skilled teams. KCPL services enable customers to preserve the life of their Assets as well as to reduce the operating cost of running Pumps by improving efficiency.

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    KEPL is a joint venture company of Kirloskar Group in India. KEPL amalgamate technology and innovation to deliver the finest solutions that are safe and customized. Our expertise lies in the area of process pumps, boiler feed water pumps, steam turbines for mechanical drive and steam turbine generators. KEPL cater to a wide range of industries having the most critical applications like hydrocarbon processing and nuclear power plants. We understand the nature of applications we cater to and hence adhere to strict safety measures for zero errors.

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