<!-- See WikiProject Indian cities for details -->Malkapur () is a city and a municipal council in Buldhana district in the Indianstate of Maharashtra.Malkapur is also known as the entrance of Vidarbha. It is a major industrial and educational center in Buldhana district. Malkapur is known for producing cotton. In the British era it was known as the "white gold of Vidarbha." Malkapur has a vast paper industry and the primary paper suppliers to Mumbai are in Malkapur. Malkapur also has many dal mills, and a major agricultural industry specializing in mahyco and ankur seeds. Chemical plants are also situated at MIDC. Malkapur is a well-known grain and cloth market due to its proximity to Madhya Pradesh.It is located on Hajira - KolkattaNational Highway 6. NH6 is a pat of Asian Highway 46 from Kharagpur to Dhule. Malkapur is infamous for its poor roads and water supply. Though purna river is flows only 10 KMs near the city, the municipalty supplies water once in a week or 8-10 days. The water supplied is not clean and one can see the mud particles floating in it. Also whole city is not covered with water supply. All the roads, except some as Buldhana road are full with cracks and disturb the city traffic.
The old town was wholly encompassed by a fort wall. Here is Oldest masajid call Jama Masajid Built at the Time of Auranzeb and we can see all the art and designs of Mughal age. This Masajid situated at bank of Nalganga River. And Nowadays the area... Read More