(Last Updated on : 02/02/2009)
A multitude of towns and cities have been flourished in the states of Indian subcontinent. There is also no shortage of places and towns in the Maharashtra state. Kusgaon Budruk is the name of a census town and it is located in the district of Pune district of Maharashtra state.
Without identifying the demographical scenario of a town it becomes next to impossible for a person to know it properly. In other words the demography is relevant for discovering the town and its various identifiable characteristics. Thus the eminent demographers have conducted surveys and thus prepared a report throwing lights on literacy rate, population etc. In this matter the Census report of India that has been published in the year 2001 is noteworthy. As per the report the total population of Kusgaon Budruk showed a counting of 8567. Specification about the male and female population also can be derived from this report. Thus 53 percent is the male populace. Also the population of females constitutes of 47 percent. In Kusgaon Budruk town, children below six years of age constitutes of 14 percent of the total population.
Whether any town is developed or not can easily be distinguished if one takes a glance on the literacy status of the Kusgaon Budruk. As far as the average literacy rate of Kusgaon Budruk is apprehended it is higher than that of India as a whole .On the basis of this data one can establish the fact that Kusgaon Budruk is more or less developed. In fact the average literacy rate of Kusgaon Budruk constitutes of 66 percent. Also 59.5 is the average literacy rate of India. Out of it, rate of male literacy constitutes of 74 percent and female literacy rate is 56 percent only.
From the perspective of the entire district of Pune , the experts have been able to narrate further information . Thus it is quite evitable that this Kusgaon Budruk town, being an integral part of it, is going to follow the trend of the entire district also. Main festivals that are feted here include Janmashtami, Ganesh Chaturthi, Navratri, Diwali, deep dewali,
gudhi padwa , holi , nag panchami , raksha bandhan , ratha saptami and many more. Agriculture is one of the main occupations of the people of Pune district. Sufficient rainfall and river water enhance the facilities of irrigation. Crops like sugarcane, potato, carrot, onion, garlic, radish, sweet potato and many more are being produced. Over the years, industries like iron and steel, chemicals, pharmaceuticals etc have been setup in the district.