Devrukhe Brahmins - Original 98 Villages

Devrukhe Brahmins - Original 98 Villages
* 1 Asave
* 2 Aabloli
* 3 Aare
* 4 Agar
* 5 Ambed Budruk
* 6 Ambrat
* 7 Asore
* 8 Behele
* 9 Bhoke
* 10 Chafe
* 11 Chandivane
* 12 Chateri
* 13 Chave
* 14 Chindravle
* 15 Chindravli
* 16 Chiveli
* 17 Dadvli
* 18 Dahivli(Budruk)
* 19 Davkhol
* 20 Den
* 21 Deuda
* 22 Dhamanse
* 23 Dhamapur
* 24 Dhopave
* 25 Dingani
* 26 Durgwadi
* 27 Gadnaral
* 28 Ghosale
* 29 Jambhari
* 30 Jambrun
* 31 Kajurli
* 32 Kalzondi
* 33 Kamble Lavgan
* 34 Kapadgaon
* 35 Karande
* 36 Karjuve
* 37 Karul
* 38 Kase
* 39 Katale
* 40 Kavthe
* 41 Khadpe
* 42 Khalgaon
* 43 Kharavate
* 44 Kolambe (Sangmeshwar)
* 45 Kolbandre
* 46 Kolisare
* 47 Kondur – Kalsoor
* 48 Kondye
* 49 Kudli
* 50 Kuthare
* 51 Lajool
* 52 Magrat
* 53 Makhajan
* 54 Maldovi
* 55 Malgund
* 56 Manse
* 57 Medhe
* 58 Mirvane
* 59 Mobhar
* 60 Nandgaon
* 61 Narduve
* 62 Narshinge
* 63 Narvan
* 64 Neral
* 65 Nigundal
* 66 Nivendi
* 67 Nivli
* 68 Nivoshi
* 69 Ookshi
* 70 Ori
* 71 Pacheri
* 72 Palpen
* 73 Pangara
* 74 Pangri
* 75 Peve
* 76 Phanasal
* 77 Phansavle
* 78 Phungus
* 79 Pilvli
* 80 Prindvane
* 81 Purye
* 82 Rai
* 83 Ranpat
* 84 Sakhari
* 85 Takvli
* 86 Tale
* 87 Tarval
* 88 Tetle
* 89 Tivrad
* 90 Tondli
* 91 Vaghambe
* 92 Varoli
* 93 Vatad
* 94 Veer
* 95 Virapule
* 96 Walopen
* 97 Wandri
* 98 Wanki


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