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    • HelloDainik Bhaskar Group Dainik Bhaskar Group
    • • Area:308,000 sq.km  ( 10% of  National) • Coastline : 720 km (10 % of National) Coastline : 720 km (10 % of  National) • Population: 98.8 Mn (9 % Of India) • Density : 320 Persons/sq.km y /qDainik Bhaskar Group Dainik Bhaskar Group
    • The word Maharashtra is derived from the Sanskrit words  Maha meaning Great and Rashtra meaning Nation thus meaning Great and Rashtra meaning Nation, thus  rendering the name Maharashtra (Great Nation).  2nd most populous after Uttar Pradesh and 3rd largest state  by area in India y It covers 10% of the total geographical area of India Mumbai, the capital city of the state, is Indias largest city  and the financial capital of the nation. pDainik Bhaskar Group Dainik Bhaskar Group
    • History  The brave Heroes of Maharashtra 17th Century ‐ the Marathas rose under the leadership of  Chhatrapati Shivaji against the Mughals who were ruling a large  part of India. 1760 ‐ Maratha power had reached its zenith with a territory of  over 250  million acres(1 million km²) or one‐third of the Indian  sub‐continent. sub continent After the third Anglo‐Maratha war, the empire ended and most  of Maharashtra became part of Bombay state under British Raj of Maharashtra became part of Bombay state under British Raj After Indian independence, Samyukta Maharashtra Samiti demanded  unification of all Marathi speaking regions under one state. p g g Bharat Ratna Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar  was of opinion that linguistic  reorganization of states should be done with ‐ "One state ‐ One  language" principle and not with "One language ‐ One state" principle. Created the current Maharashtra state on 1 May 1960 (known as  Maharashtra Day) Maharashtra Day). Dainik Bhaskar Group Dainik Bhaskar Group
    • MAHARASHTRAIAN CULTUREDainik Bhaskar Group Dainik Bhaskar Group
    • Marathi is the official state language.   68.89 % of the population speak Marathi. 1.31 1.04 2.5 2.39 8.81 Marathi 15.06 Hindi Marwadi 68.89 Kannada Gujarati Tamil Telugu % of Languages Dainik Bhaskar Group Dainik Bhaskar Group
    • Attires of Maharashtrians Men wear Dhoti of fine cotton cloth of about two  and half to three metres long, with or without  borders on both the sides. A freshly folded turban  known as Rumal, Patka or Pheta‘ Women wear the Maratha Sadi (saree) of nine  yards and a short‐sleeved Choli (blouse) covering  d d h t l d Ch li (bl ) i only about half the length of the back Foot Wear  Foot Wear Kolhapuri Chappals manufactured in Kolhapur and  its surrounding towns and villages are famous  worldwide.  worldwide Jewellery Maharashtrian women wear traditional jewellery  patterns of the Marathas and Peshwas. The  Kolhapuri Saaj, a special type of necklace is the  most famous jewelleryDainik Bhaskar Group Dainik Bhaskar Group
    • Maharashtrian folk dance Povada is the dance form that showcases the lifetime  achievements of the Maratha ruler Shivaji Maharaj Lavani and Koli dance forms entertain the  Maharashtrians with its mesmerizing music and with its mesmerizing music and  rhythmic movements. Dainik Bhaskar Group Dainik Bhaskar Group
    • Maharashtrian folk dance Dhangri Gaja dance pays respect to their God by  g j p y p y the Dhangars of Sholapur. Dindi and Kala are the religious folk dances, which  expresses of religious ecstasy of Lord Krishna Tamasha is the folk dance that is so popular  p p all over the state.Dainik Bhaskar Group Dainik Bhaskar Group
    • Maharashtrian Festival Shivaji Jayenti ‐ February 19th This day is celebrated in the honour of Shivaji Maharaj, the great ruler of Maharashtra.  Music, dance and drsama take place on this day.Ganga Dashahara (May‐June)River Ganga is known as Tripathaga, or the Three Path River, It is believed that the river flows in three worlds ‐ in heaven it is called Mandakini, on earth the Ganga and in the nether region the Bhagirathi. Vat Pournima (May‐June).  This festival is celebrated by Maharashtrian women, in  Thi f ti l i l b t db M h ht i i the month of Jesht. Women observe a fast and tie  threads around a banyan tree and pray for the same  husband in every birth.  husband in every birthDainik Bhaskar Group Dainik Bhaskar Group
    • Maharashtra Festival…Palki festival‐ Ashadh (Jun‐Jul) and Karthik (Nov‐Dec). This festival showcases the distinctive feature of the Maharashtrian culture. It is a 1000‐year‐old tradition, which Maharashtrian culture It is a 1000 year old tradition whichhas been following by the warkaris. They perform collective singing, dancing, chanting to the holy town of Pandharpur. Jiviti Puja (July‐August).  Married Maharashtrian women perform Jivti Married Maharashtrian women perform Jivti Puja on anyon any  one of the Fridays in the month of Shravan . Jivti is an  incarnation of Parvati, a goddess who is believed to  protect children.  protect childrenNag Panchami (Jul‐Aug)N P h i (J l A )It is celebrated to worship snake god, Shesha Nag. Shiva temples are also crowded during this festival, as snakes are considered dear to him.considered dear to himDainik Bhaskar Group Dainik Bhaskar Group
    • Maharashtra Festival… Ganesh Chaturthi (August ‐ September).  Lord Ganesh is the most respected God in Maharashtra.  Ganesh idols are worshipped at nicely decorated pandals idols are worshipped at nicely decorated pandals for 8 to 10 days and then immerse in water. Pola Festival (August – Sept) This festival is a special facet for the Hindu culture that marks  respect to cattle.  Cattle procession taken across the  village, accompanied by the music of drumbeats and lezhim. Kojagiri Poornima or Ashwin P K j i iP i A h i Poornima (S t O t) i (Sept‐Oct) Celebrated on the full moon day of Ashwin . Goddess  Laxmi is worshipped on this dayDainik Bhaskar Group Dainik Bhaskar Group
    • Maharashtrian Music • Music in Maharashtra like Marathi literature has an ancient tradition, the  popularity of classical music in Maharashtra began through Gwalior. Miraj town of  Sangli district is known as the town of music. • Folk songs are an inseparable part of the daily lives of the rural Maharashtra. Folk  forms like lavani, nautanki and tamasha music are very famous. • Jnandev, Namdev, Tukaram, Jani and Soyara are important poets. They believed in  the fusion of Bhakti (devotion) with Jnana (knowledge). Dainik Bhaskar Group Dainik Bhaskar Group
    • Mahrashtrian Poets Jnandev, popularly known as Jnaneshwara. His great  work, the Jnaneshwari is a monumental verse  commentary on the Bhagavad Gita. He also wrote  Anubhavamrita. Eknaath (1533‐99), taught bhakti and jnana are like  flower and fruit, inconceivable in separation. He  succeeded the works of Jnaneshwar and Namdev. He also  wrote religious songs like Abhangas, Owees and Bharuds.  Tukarams, (1608‐50) secret peculiarity lies in the rustic  simplicity and utter frankness on self‐revelation in his songs  p y g together with their profound understanding and ardent  devotion. He wrote devotional songs like Abhangas and  performed Keertans.Dainik Bhaskar Group Dainik Bhaskar Group
    • Maharashtra Cuisine Maharashtrian cuisine has two major styles ‐ Konkan and Varadi Konkan Varadi • The cusine with a combination of  • The cuisine for the interior  Malvani, Gaud Saraswat Brahmin and  Malvani Gaud Saraswat Brahmin and Maharashtra or the Vidarbha area  M h h h Vid bh Goan cuisines • The spicy Kolhapuri food emphasizes  • The Konkan food has a lot of coconut  on mutton. The food of the Vidarbha in it and strong in masalas, red  in it and strong in masalas, red chillies and coriander region is prepared strong in red chillie powder and garlicDainik Bhaskar Group Dainik Bhaskar Group
    • MAHARASHTRA INFRASTRUCTUREDainik Bhaskar Group Dainik Bhaskar Group
    • Physical Infrastructure 2 International Seaports & 38 State Ports 3 International Airports. 14 Domestic Airport. 11 % of National Road Network (Road Length 246,000 Kms) 11 % of National Road Network (Road Length 246 000 Kms) 9 % of  National Railway Network (5,987 kms) 58% of Container traffic handled by JNPT Abundant availability of Water (10 billion cum of live storage  capacity) Maharashtra is well connected Internationally & domestically y yDainik Bhaskar Group Dainik Bhaskar Group
    • Social Infrastructure • 12 % of  Country’s Universities  • 17 % of  Medical Education institutions • 13 % of Engineering Education institutions g g • 19 % of Management institutionsDainik Bhaskar Group Dainik Bhaskar Group
    • MAHARASHTRA IMPORTANT CITIES OF MAHARASHTRADainik Bhaskar Group Dainik Bhaskar Group
    • Mumbai – India’s Financial & Industrial Capital Area: 157 Sq. Km., Population: 33,26,837; A 157 S K P l i 33 26 837 Suburbs :  Area: 446 Sq. Km., Population: 85,87,561 Sixth largest metropolitan area in the world  and most cosmopolitan city in India Contributes 10% of the factory  C ib 10% f h f employment, 35% of Income tax, 60% of  customs duty and 40% of India’s foreign  trade Headquarters of most  corporate, banks, financial institutions, as  well as the Reserve Bank ll h R B k Largest and busiest airport handling  maximum passenger and cargo traffic  Center of entertainment – Bollywood “Best city for Business”‐ Gallup/BT Survey City that never sleepsDainik Bhaskar Group Dainik Bhaskar Group
    • Aurangabad – Engineering & Tourism Area: 10,106 Sq. Km., Population: 29,20,548 Prominent Industrial Centre with a  focus on Engineering and New  Agricultural Biotechnology Initiatives  Emerging as the new  Automobile  Centre  Siemens, Skoda Auto, Bajaj Auto and  Videocon  are some of the prominent  companies in the region. Also key tourism destination –Ajanta  Hi‐tech meets culture & Ellora cavesDainik Bhaskar Group Dainik Bhaskar Group
    • Pune ‐ Auto & IT Nerve Center Area: 15,637 Sq. Km., Population: 72,24,224 Cluster for major auto OEMs and  Cl f j OEM d ancillaries like Bajaj Auto, Tata  Motors, Bharat Forge and Daimler  Motors Bharat Forge and Daimler Chrysler Software technology Parks cater to  a burgeoning software industry  with major Indian and Global  software players like  TCS, Infosys, Wipro, IBM, Congizant TCS I f Wi IBM C i Oxford of India , Geometric,  Veritas etcDainik Bhaskar Group Dainik Bhaskar Group
    • Nashik – Electronics and Agro Area: 15,539 Sq. Km., Population: 48,87,923 Three major industrial estates – Satpur, Ambad and Sinnar. Home to the Security Printing Press  Home to the Security Printing Press ‐ The nation’s currency printer. The climate is apt for grapes cultivation  Th li t i tf lti ti and thus boasts of numerous wineries  and distillers  and distillers Major factories like  Siemens,  Mahindra & Mahindra, MICO  The Wine Capital of India (Bosch) and Glaxo and a Thermal  Power Plant.Dainik Bhaskar Group Dainik Bhaskar Group
    • Nagpur ‐ India’s emerging logistic hub Area: 9,810 Sq. Km., Population: 40,51,444 Second Capital of Maharashtra.  Holds winter session of the State  Assembly The Geographical Center of India The Geographical Center of India Country’s first  Dry Port as ‘Cargo  Hub’ and SEZ being implemented. Largest Timber Market in Asia.  City of OrangeDainik Bhaskar Group Dainik Bhaskar Group
    • MAHARASHTRA INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENTSDainik Bhaskar Group Dainik Bhaskar Group
    • Areas of High Economic Activities Mumbai Metropolitan Region IT, ITES, Pharma, Gems and  Jewellery, Textiles, Chemical, Petrochemicals, Entertainment Jewellery Textiles Chemical Petrochemicals Entertainment Mumbai‐Pune‐Nashik – Aurangabad Golden Quadrilateral Manufacturing,  Agriculture &  Services SEZs SEEPZ, Mumbai, MIHAN, Product specific SEZs at  Pune, Nagpur, Aurangabad, Thane, Nanded, Kolhapur, Latur Textile Clusters  Bhiwandi, Ichalkaranji, Malegaon, Sholapur j g p Auto Clusters Pune, Aurangabad, Nashik Forest and Minerals Based Industries Forest and Minerals Based Industries Vidarbha RegionDainik Bhaskar Group Dainik Bhaskar Group
    • Automotive Industry • Manufacturing units for all segment:  Passengers Cars, Commercial Vehicles and  Passengers Cars Commercial Vehicles and Three Wheelers. • Almost three out of every ten Tractors  produced in the Country  • Over 70% of Medium and Heavy Trucks are  produced here. produced here • About 80 out of 402 ACMA* Members  located in Maharashtra  • Major OEMs and Auto Ancillary units  present in the State: Skoda Auto, John Deere, Tata Motors, Bajaj  , , , j j Auto, Fiat India, Mahindra &  Mahindra, Bharat Forge & Cummins • Mumbai and Pune Key Centres Mumbai and Pune Key CentresDainik Bhaskar Group Dainik Bhaskar Group
    • Textile Industry • 25% (65 million kg) of the Country’s  total cotton production total cotton production • 12% (272 million kg) of Country’s total  production of cotton yarn • 17% (16.6 lacs spindles) of Country’s  total installed capacity • Largest number ( 560 ) of 100% Export Largest number ( 560 ) of 100% Export  Oriented Units Dainik Bhaskar Group Dainik Bhaskar Group
    • IT ‐ ITES • 27 IT P k i P bli S t 27 IT Parks in Public Sector and 102  d 102 developed privately • 32% of IT Professionals  • 32% of Internet Subscribers • 35% PC penetration • 20% of Software Exports  • 25% of the Top 500 Software  Companies present • Mumbai and Pune are the Key  Centers Dainik Bhaskar Group Dainik Bhaskar Group
    • Bio – Tech and Pharma • Contribute about 40% of the total  turnover • Presence of International players like  GlaxoWellcome, Novartis, Pfizer, Johns on & Johnson, Abbott • Major Indian companies such as  Wockhardt, Cipla, Lupin, Nicholas  Wockhardt, Cipla, Lupin, Nicholas Piramal, Mahyco are making big  headway in the areas of biotechnology. • Bi T h l Bio‐Technology Park in Pune and Agri‐ P ki P dA i Biotech Park in Jalna are shaping up Dainik Bhaskar Group Dainik Bhaskar Group
    • International Biotech Park, Pune The first Public‐private  Partnership in Maharashtra Partnership in Maharashtra 100 acre campus off the  Mumbai‐Pune Expressway World Class Life Science  W ld Cl Lif S i Research Park to provide  enabling Environment for  Biotech Research Biotech ResearchDainik Bhaskar Group Dainik Bhaskar Group
    • Blooming Floriculture • Major producer of floriculture  products with 4000 hectares  growing various species of flowers  growing various species of flowers • Large number of export oriented  units with FDI are being set up  units with FDI are being set up • The Topography and Climate of  Pune ‐ Nashik region is conducive  for natural cultivationDainik Bhaskar Group Dainik Bhaskar Group
    • Multi‐Modal International Passenger  and Cargo Hub Airport at Nagpur (MIHAN) and Cargo Hub Airport at Nagpur (MIHAN) Area ‐ 3310 Hectares Investment $ 1.2 Billion Investment $ 1.2 Billion Activities planned: Air Cargo Hub SEZ  Health City, International School Rail & Truck Terminal etcDainik Bhaskar Group Dainik Bhaskar Group
    • THANK YOUData source – MIDC website and Maharashtra government site  Data source MIDC website and Maharashtra government siteDainik Bhaskar Group Dainik Bhaskar Group