Correct Answer - Option 2 : Chandrapur
The correct answer is Chandrapur.
Chandrapur is the third district of Maharashtra to go dry district.
Chandrapur district (earlier known as Chanda district) is a district in the Nagpur Division in the Indian state of Maharashtra.
Chandrapur was the largest district in India until the Gadchiroli and Sironcha tehsils were split into separate districts in 1981.
Chandrapur district is known for its super thermal power station and its vast reserves of coal in Wardha Valley Coalfield.
Chandrapur also has large reservoirs of limestone which is a raw material for cement manufacturing in the district.
Some useful information about Maharashtra:
- Formed on - 1 May 1960
- Districts - 36
- National Parks of Maharashtra -Sanjay Gandhi (Borivilli) National Park, Chandoli National Park, Gugamal National Park.
- Folk Dance of Maharashtra - Koli Dance, Lavani Dance, Povadas Dance, Tamasha, etc.
- The highest point of Maharashtra - Kalsubai