Ambegaon taluka is a taluka in Shirur subdivision of Pune district of state of Maharashtra in India.
It covers the area from Bhimashankar to Lakhanpur. Agriculture is the main occupation of this region. The most commonly grown crop is Bajara and vegetables like Potato, Tomato are also grown and fruits like Grapes, Banana, Tomato and Potato are grown. There are Oil refinenaries in this region. Adavasi Tribes are found in large number in this region.
This Taluka falls to the foothill of Sahyadri Mountain range and which is towards the west side of Pune city. This taluka gets divided into two parts i.e. north and south because of the Pune Nasik highway which passes through this area. In the north the degree of rainfall is very low therefore the area is dry and on the contrary in south the rainfall is heavy and the area is also hilly. In north wheat, jawari and bajari are most commonly grown crops where as in south rice is grown. Trees like Sag, Teak, Oak, Mango, are found in these forests. Animals like Rabbit, Deer, Wolf, Fox, Tiger and Leopards are found here and the birds like Peacock, Bulbul, Parrot mostly occur in these forest.Wikipedia
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