Reaching Z. B. Patil College
Reaching Z. B. Patil College, Dhule
Dhule is located at 20.9°N 74.78°E. It has an average elevation of 250 metres above mean sea level. Dhule lies in the Khandesh region, which forms the northwest corner of the Deccan Plateau.
The Dhule district is bordered in the west by the Gujarat State and in the north by Madhya Pradesh along with Nandurbar district, and in the south and east by Nashik district and Jalgaon district respectively. It is situated in a valley of the Tapi River along the banks of the Panzara River. The Devi Ekveera (Goddess Ekveera) being regarded as a Gramadevata of the city and her temple is situated on the banks of the Panzara River.
How to Reach Dhule
Dhule Railway Station is connected to Chalisgaon Junction Railway Station under Central Railways. The Chalisgaon Dhule Passenger runs between the two stations four times a day. The train also carries reserved coaches for Mumbai and Pune, which are connected to another train from Chalisgaon onwards.
Dhule is one of the few cities in the Maharashtra State which is located on the junction of three National Highways, these being NH-3, NH-6 and NH-211. Through the Asian Highway project, portions of NH3 and NH6 passing through Dhule have been converted into numbered Asian Highways AH47 & AH46 respectively.
The nearest Airport is Aurangabad, 165 kms southwest of Dhule and Nashik 153 kms west of Dhule.