Sangamner, situated in the Ahmednagar District of Maharashtra, India, is both a city and a municipal council. Its name originates from the point where three rivers – Pravara, Mhalungi, and Adhala – converge in the region.

The city stands out as a well-developed urban center in its vicinity and is renowned for its vibrant markets, fostered by several operational factories. Over time, it has emerged as an industrial hub, hosting various sectors including textiles, sugar production, and tobacco manufacturing. Sangamner’s market is famous for a diverse range of goods like clothing, jewelry, and even electronics. Moreover, it has a significant presence in the milk-processing sector and boasts one of the district’s largest marketplaces.

Sangamner has evolved into an educational focal point, housing numerous colleges and schools. Many of these institutions are affiliated with Pune University, providing access to numerous libraries. The city takes pride in its quality school education and offers impressive facilities for higher education in fields like law, medicine, engineering, pharmaceuticals, and dentistry.

Notably, Sangamner features an airport called SAG Airport (Shirdi International Airport), situated 23 km away, serving both Shirdi and Sangamner. This airport offers direct flights to various major cities such as New Delhi, Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, and Tirupati, operated by airlines like IndiGo and SpiceJet.

Geographically, Sangamner enjoys a central location between Mumbai, Pune, Nashik, and Aurangabad. It’s conveniently accessible, being a mere 2-hour drive from Nashik, 3-hour drive from Pune, and 4-hour drive from Mumbai.