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Beed District, Maharashtra
Beed district is one of the prominent administrative divisions in the state of Maharashtra. It was under Nizam rule and a part of Hyderabad state before independence and later became a part of the Mumbai state. There are many tourist attractions here which contribute in a major way towards the tourism sector of all of Maharashtra.
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